Ultar CR 4
An imposing figure strides forth, his great form adorned with armored plates fashioned from an unknown resin. His bluish-black flesh is stretched tightly over his muscular frame and seems to possess a shark-like glisten. His ebon eyes glower with terrible omnipotence, as they slowly scour the surroundings.
DEFENSE HP 48
EAC 16; KAC 17
Fort +5, Ref +3, Will +7
Immunities mind-affecting effects
Speed 30 ft.
Melee ultari broadsword +11 (1d4+9 S)
Offensive Abilities telepathic drain
Spell-Like Abilities (CL 4th; ranged +11)
Telepathic Drain (Su)
Once per day as a full action, an ultar can telepathically drain psychic energy from a humanoid, outsider, or monstrous humanoid within 30 feet, dealing 1d4 Wisdom damage to the target each round the ultar concentrates. The target can attempt a DC 15 Will save to negate this effect when the ultar first uses it and each round thereafter that the ultar concentrates on this ability. Any Wisdom damage dealt to the target is healed after 24 hours. The ultar can use the drained psychic energy to restore uses of its spell-like abilities, with each 1/day ability requiring 3 points, and each 3/day ability requiring 1 point. These points dissipate after 24 hours if not used.
Organization solitary, pair, or council (3–10)
The Ultari trace their lineage directly to the Ancients, claiming their race was the first of the new races to manifest from the void. As a result, they believe themselves the purest form of existence, their will to be divine, and their ethics flawless; for they believe its was by their interpretation of reality that gave birth to the consciousness of all other lesser beings and thereby consider all other beings and their interpretations of reality inherently flawed and imperfect.
Ultar are muscular and hairless humanoids with smooth grayish, blue-black skin. Their bone structure is well defined with streamlined, skull-like facial features. Their glassy black eyes are almost weary in their knowingness, but their gaze remains cruel, calculated, and superior. Their noses are nearly non-existent while their round membranous ears lie flat against their skulls, only slightly covered with a fleshy flap. Their bodies are muscular, well proportioned, and distinctly human.
They stand between 6.5 to 8 feet tall.
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