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Source Starfinder #32: The Starstone Blockade pg. 59

Limina CR 16

XP 76,800
N Medium fey
Init +10; Senses darkvision 60 ft., low-light vision; Perception +28


HP 255
EAC 29; KAC 30
Fort +16; Ref +16; Will +19
Defensive Abilities fast healing 10; DR 10/cold iron; Resistances cold 10, fire 10; SR 27
Weaknesses susceptible to dimensional anchor


Speed 30 ft.
Melee zero-edge longsword +25 (7d8+23 S; critical severe wound [DC 24])
Ranged wasp sting pistol +23 (5d8+16 A & B; critical corrode 3d6)
Offensive Abilities grasping vines
Spell-Like Abilities (CL 16th)
1/day—planar barrier, plane shift (Elemental Planes, First World, and Material Plane), terraform (only an area around or adjacent to a First World breach)
3/day—call cosmos, commune with nature, heat leech (DC 25), summon allies (1 limina 35% or 1 hulsa 60%)
At will—dimension door, displacement (self only)
Constant—life bubble (self only)


STR +7; DEX +10; CON +0; INT +5; WIS +2; CHA +5
Skills Acrobatics +33, Bluff +33, Mysticism +28
Languages Common, First Speech, Gnome; truespeech
Gear wasp sting pistol with 2 high-capacity batteries (40 charges each), zero-edge longsword


Environment any First World or Material Plane
Organization solitary or rift (2–4)

Special Abilities

Commune with Nature (Sp) When a limina casts commune with nature, it can sense any First World breaches or places where the dimensional barrier between the First World and Material Plane is thin, within the spell’s range.
Grasping Vines (Su) As a standard action, a limina can use the xenodruid mystic’s grasping vines connection power (Reflex DC 24) as if the limina was a 16th-level mystic.
Susceptible to Dimensional Anchor (Su) When targeted by dimensional anchor or similar effects, a limina’s spell resistance does not apply, and the limina takes 4d10 points of damage in addition to the normal effects of the spell or other effect.


A limina embodies a tear in the fabric of reality between the First World and the Material Plane. Known as a “breach” or a “bloom,” these dimensional rents create beachheads of stability in the First World and zones of wild, verdant growth on the Material Plane. Unlike many fey, the limina are not abandoned divine concepts, instead created by the First World itself in response to breaches. They are kin to the similarly created calecor and offer loyalty to the Eldest Ng. Limina are haughty and exacting, and decide whether a breach should be tolerated or sealed. They crave secrets to curry favor with their Eldest, and the promise of a valuable secret is incentive enough to open a dialogue or negotiation with one. Liminas know the ritual to open or seal a breach from the Material Plane or First World, which requires the sacrifice of a fey or mortal creature, respectively.