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Void Traveler

Void Traveler CR 25/Tier 7

XP 1,638,400
N Colossal aberration
Init +15; Senses darkvision 120 ft. (10 hexes in space); Perception +41


HP 700
EAC 44; KAC 42
Fort +25, Ref +25, Will +23
Defensive Abilities fast healing 5


Speed Special
Melee slam +40 (18d10+40 B)
Space 450 ft.; Reach 5 ft.


Str +8, Dex +15, Con +8, Int +12, Wis +6, Cha +6
Skills Acrobatics +46, Perception +41, Survival +41
Other Abilities living vessel


Living Vessel (Ex)

A void traveler is one of the rare species of living vessel. It has a hollow body that has various chambers that could be considered “rooms”, and a series of muscular portals that are equivalent to doors. It provides enough breathable atmosphere to be habitable at all times, with four contiguous cargo compartments.

There is also habitable space enough for good crew quarters, and two spaces large enough for a Small ship to fit into each in the rear section of the void traveler’s body cavity. It has no capability for starship-style weapons to be installed.

The void traveler can be piloted in much the same fashion as conventional vehicles either by communicating with it in one of the languages it knows (which can be from any language choice) and asking it to take you where you want to go, or override the void traveler’s actions by manipulating the various sensory organs on its organic control panel.

Void travelers do not possess any available point buy for customization, cannot be purchased, and do not appreciate being sold into slavery.


Environment any vacuum
Organization solitary or pod (2-4)

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Starjammer Core Rulebook – Starfinder Edition © 2017 Open Gaming LLC; Authors: Peter K. Ullmann, Kirby Flake, John Starjammer – Starfinder Compatible Edition © 2017 d20pfsrd.com Publishing; Authors: Peter K. Ullmann, Kirby Flake, John Reyst, Troy Daniels, Michael McNeill, Manuel A. Oaxaca, Allen Snyder, Michael Ritter; Conversion to Starfinder by Tyler Beck, Kim Frandsen, Michael Ritter, Peter K. Ullmann.