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PFS StandardShulsaga

Shepherds of the Silver Sea, shulsagas patrol the Astral Plane to protect the nascent demiplanes that form there, warding off those who would usurp the demiplanes or despoil them with unwelcome philosophies. This guardianship extends to the Astral Plane as a whole, as shulsagas not only exile trespassers, but also seek out and close planar rifts. Especially egregious breaches rile these ennosites to the point of invasion, and shulsaga raiding parties often extend their attacks well beyond a portal to ensure the threat's utter destruction. Though often stern and standoffish, shulsagas occasionally befriend and recruit strangers to help them repair planar wounds and track down foes of the natural order.

Among ennosites, shulsagas are the most inclined to adopt and nurture iotons, forming small family units. Communities work together to instill enough culture and identity for these iotons to take on permanent forms—those of adolescent shulsagas. Each shulsaga's gender reflects of their evolving identity, influenced in part by the blend of traits their communities imparted and their own thoughts.

Recall Knowledge - Astral (Occultism): DC 20
Unspecific Lore: DC 18
Specific Lore: DC 15

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ShulsagaCreature 3

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Uncommon N Medium Astral 
Source Bestiary 3 pg. 93
Perception +10; low-light vision, rift sense
Languages Common; telepathy 60 feet
Skills Acrobatics +11, Occultism +8, Stealth +9, Survival +8
Str +2, Dex +4, Con +0, Int +1, Wis +3, Cha +1
Rift Sense A shulsaga can sense any planar rift within 1 mile, including natural portals, ongoing planar spells like gate, and other tears in reality. By concentrating for 1 minute, a shulsaga can increase this sense's range to 25 miles.
Items composite longbow (20 arrows), halberd
AC 19 (21 with shield raised); Fort +7, Ref +11, Will +10
HP 35
Shield Block [reaction]
Speed 25 feet, fly 30 feet
Melee [one-action] halberd +9 [+4/-1] (reach 10 feet, versatile S), Damage 1d10+4 piercingRanged [one-action] composite longbow +11 [+6/+1] (deadly d10, propulsive, range increment 100 feet, volley 30 feet), Damage 1d8+3 piercingOccult Innate Spells DC 18, attack +10; 1st floating disk (at will); Cantrips (2nd) dancing lights, detect magic, telekinetic projectile
Astral Recoil [one-action] (occult) Frequency once per minute; Trigger The shulsaga's last action was a successful melee Strike against an astral form created by the astral projection ritual or a similar effect; Effect The shulsaga attempts to counteract the effect projecting the creature onto the Astral Plane, with the effects of a 5th-level dispel magic spell (counteract modifier +18).Astral Shock An astrally projected creature whose astral form is slain by a shulsaga takes a –2 circumstance penalty to the subsequent Fortitude saving throw to resist the strain.Disk Rider A shulsaga can ride atop any floating disk they create. While mounted on a floating disk, a shulsaga gains a +10-foot enhancement bonus to their fly Speed, and the shulsaga can use their feet to wield the disk as a heavy shield (Hardness 5, HP 20, BT 10). A broken disk grants no bonus to Speed, and the spell ends if the disk is destroyed.Hop On [free-action] Frequency once per round; Requirements The shulsaga is adjacent to a floating disk they created; Effect The shulsaga Steps into the disk's space and rides atop the disk. They can also use this action to dismount from their disk.

Sidebar - Locations The Calendar Stone

Drifting through the Astral Plane, the city of Yulgamot, also known as the Calendar Stone, remains a sacred gathering place for wandering shulsagas where time flows normally. At this site, shulsagas quarry the stone disks that serve as the focus for their floating disk ability

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Source Bestiary 3 pg. 92
The Astral Plane is a planar nexus, connecting the planes of the Inner Sphere to those of the Outer Sphere, a realm of timeless silver substance charged with mental essence drawn from throughout the Great Beyond. Most creatures on the Astral Plane are visitors—predators seeking to poach from the River of Souls, psychopomps guarding against such incursions, and aeons monitoring the flow of raw quintessence through the Antipode. Yet, this plane has spawned creatures native to its strange currents and eddies, foremost of which is the family of thought-spawned creatures known as ennosites.

An ennosite's form physically embodies of its thought and purpose. As some ideals and goals are shared, so are certain forms.