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Ferran

Source Starfinder #2: Temple of the Twelve pg. 55

Ferran CR 5

XP 1,600
Ferran mechanic
N Small humanoid
Init +0; Senses low-light vision; Perception +11

Defense

HP 64
EAC 17; KAC 18; +2 vs. bull rush and reposition
Fort +6; Ref +4; Will +8; +4 vs. radiation

Offense

Speed 30 ft.
Melee tactical dueling sword +12 (1d6+7 S)
Ranged frostbite-class zero pistol +10 (1d6+5 C; critical staggered [DC 17])
Offensive Abilities momentum, overload (DC 17), target tracking

Statistics

STR +2; DEX +0; CON +3; INT +5; WIS +0; CHA +0
Skills Athletics +11, Computers +16, Engineering +16, Intimidate +11, Physical Science +16
Languages Common, Ferran
Other Abilities artificial intelligence (exocortex), custom rig (datapad), mechanic tricks (energy shield [10 HP, 5 min.], neural shunt), remote hack (DC 17), wireless hack
Gear d-suit I, frostbite-class zero pistol with 1 battery, tactical dueling sword, datapad

Ecology

Environment any high-gravity (Ratheren)
Organization solitary, pair, or shift (3–5)

Special Abilities

Momentum (Ex) A ferran deals 5 additional damage with its first melee attack after it moves at least 10 feet in the same round.

Target Tracking (Ex) As a move action, a ferran can designate a single foe to track, gaining a +2 bonus to attack rolls against that target.

Description

Ferrans are the native inhabitants of Ferrantus-4, a highgravity world that disappeared into a massive black hole several decades ago. The surviving ferrans live in a sprawling complex on the moon Ratheren (see page 62), which once orbited their home world but is now held in place just outside of the black hole’s event horizon. Though the Ratheren moon base is self-sufficient, ferrans are just another disaster away from becoming completely wiped out.

Ferrans are short, squat humanoids with constantly furrowed brows and bald heads. Much of ferran tradition is rooted in science, and as such, they tend to be agnostics and atheists. Compared to other species, the ferran population is relatively small; they will eventually need to do something to grow their numbers if they wish to secure their continuation as a species.

Extra Content

The following extra content was found for this creature:
- Ferran Race Entry