You won't. I'll be gifting it to you, outright. Happy Holidays.
However, if you take it, you have to promise me to make an awesome character out of it. Send me a Pm with your email and your Organized Play number, and we'll work out something. Do you mind receiving a digital copy of the boon? I received mine digitally, so that will be easier for me.
I don't mind if it's digital
I pm you, but I was having problems so I'm not sure if it got sent
Woioko are listed in the alien archives section of Dead Suns Book 2: Temple of the Twelve, p. 60. I think they're an interesting race.
WOIOKO RACIAL TRAITS
Ability Adjustments: See Subspecies. Hit Points: 4
Size and Type: Woiokos are Medium humanoids with the woioko subtype. Deepborn woiokos also gain the aquatic subtype.
Amphibious: Deepborn woiokos can breathe underwater (thanks to the aquatic subtype), but they can also breathe air and survive on land.
Hold Breath: Hold Breath (Ex) A Floatborn woioko can hold her breath for 10 minutes before she risks drowning.
Low-Light Vision: All woiokos can see in dim light as if it were normal light.
Multinational: To navigate the ever-shifting waters of alliances and enmities between the scattered Floatborn nations and arcologies, Floatborn woiokos must be skilled at dealing with those from different backgrounds; they receive a +2 racial bonus to Culture and Diplomacy checks.
Natural Swimmer: All woiokos are at home in the water and have a swim speed of 30 feet.
Slippery Mind (Ex): The first time a woioko fails her saving throw against an enchantment spell or effect, she can attempt a second saving throw 1 round later.
Subspecies: Woiokos belong to one of two subspecies: Deepborn or Floatborn. All woiokos start with +2 Charisma and –2 Constitution at character creation. Additionally, Deepborn woiokos are athletic and powerful (+2 Strength), while Floatborn woiokos are lithe and more graceful (+2 Dexterity).
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Inhabitants of the ocean planet Heicoron IV (Starfinder Adventure Path #1 62), woiokos are humanoids who have smooth, eellike skin. They evolved from underwater-dwelling ancestors, but more recently they split into two subspecies when rising sea levels destroyed their terrestrial civilization. The air-breathing Floatborn remained above the waves and now reside in vast floating arcologies divided into dozens of...