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Psionic Bestiary: Automatons (PFRPG) PDF

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In 2011, Dreamscarred Press held a contest for a Psionic Bestiary. The monsters from that contest are being released in a series of releases and will ultimately be compiled into a single psionic bestiary book.

In this release of the Psionic Bestiary are three monsters, the Automatons, creatures from beyond the known worlds who seek to destroy the phrenic scourge and all creatures associated with them. Relentless constructs immune to psionics, they are dedicated hunters and killers of the tentacled beasts who seek to usurp and control the other races.

Written by Dean Siemsen, with artwork by Tsailanza Rayne.

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3 nice, psionic inevitables

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This pdf is 5 pages long, 1/2 page editorial, 1 page SRD, leaving 3.5 pages of content, so let#s check this out!

This pdf provides us with 3 automata of the inevitable subtype:

The CR 4 Alpha-scouts are skilled in hunting their quarry and are preternaturally quick.

The CR 8 Betas come with broader training and an enmity-field and its defensor shield and blast batons interact in a rather cool and unique way with this signature ability.

The final automaton is the CR 14 Gamma can be considered as a specialized inevitable to hunt down psionically active individuals and is immune to psi-powers as well as capable of emitting a dispelling pulse - a nice alternative to psi-killers.

Conclusion:
Editing and formatting are top-notch, I didn't notice any glitches. Layout adheres to a two-column standard and each of the inevitables herein comes with its own nice b/w-artwork. The pdf has no bookmarks, but needs none at this length. The overall quality of the inevitables herein is top-notch and personally, I love the concept of them - having finally also inevitables to mercilessly police psionicists is neat indeed. Especially the cool interaction of the Beta's leech field with its equipment is nice indeed - I hope to see more of the kind in the future. On the down-side, the Alpha is not as awesome and rather mundane. But then there's the almost unbeatable price - for this low price, I think you'll definitely enjoy the file. Thus, I'll settle for a final verdict of 5 stars for this micro-bestiary.

Endzeitgeist out.


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