Space NPC: Hrin P'Karmitch

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Hrin P'Karmitch

An alien being that looks like a black-blue spider with a blue earthworm head growing out vertically instead of an abodmen. Four of its legs end in small pincers. It wears a transparent environmental suit filled with yellow and green gas.

CR 1; XP 400
Forrikar scientist
N Medium Aberration
Init +1; Senses darkvision 60-ft.; Perception +0

HP 17; RP 3
EAC 11; KAC 12
Fort +1; Ref +1; Will +6

Speed 20 ft.
Melee pincer pinch +4 (1d4+1 S)
Ranged forrikar dissolutor pistol +6 (1d4+1 A)
Offensive Abilities overcharging modulation

Str +0; Dex +0, Con +2, Int +4, Wis +1, Cha +0
Skills Computers +10, Engineering +5, Life Science +10, Medicine +5, Physical Science +10, Piloting +5
Languages Forrikar, a number of languages of minor races from Forrikar Space, and terribly butchered Common
Other Abilities scientific expertise
Gear forrikar armored environmental suit, forrikar dissolutor pistol (50 ft. range increment, corrode 1d4 critical effect, 50 charge capacity), forrikar hand computer (tier 1)

Special Abilities

Overcharging Modulation (Ex) Hrin can spend 1 point of Resolve to tweak a weapon wielded as a move action, or a weapon wielded by another creature as a standard action. The weapon gains +1 enhancement bonus to its next attack roll and it will deal 1d6 points of bonus damage with its next attack.

Scientific Expertise (Ex) Hrin is a highly competent scientist, adding 1d6 to each of their Life Science and Physical Science checks, as long as they have at least 1 point of Resolve.

Hrin P'Karmitch is a scientist belonging to a poorly known race that inhabits isolated cluster. Unlike their recluse kin, Hrin came to the known space when an accidental discovery led them to believe they hold a key (or rather a series of equations) that could prevent some great incoming calamity that would consume great number of sapient lives. Regretfully, their grasp of local languages is incomplete, especially when it comes to advanced physics, preventing sharing their warning in meaningful way. For this purpose, Hrin seeks local scientists that could aid in translation of their equations into local systems, identify the threat, and prevent it, or at least mitigate its results.

Strangely, a number of unlikely accidents start to pile in Hrin's proximity, though the scientist wasn't harmed by any of them, yet...

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