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The Starfinder Roleplaying Game is about more than just meeting aliens—it’s also about playing alien characters. In Starfinder, the word “race” usually refers to an intelligent, selfaware species whose members can be considered characters rather than simple monsters. While not all races are appropriate for player characters, many of them are; any creature with a racial traits entry is a member of a potentially playable race, provided that your GM approves it.


Source Starfinder #3: Splintered Worlds pg. 53
Elebrians, the native race of Eox, were nearly wiped out in the calamity that ravaged the planet. Only a tiny population of living elebrians now remain.

Elebrians are very humanlike, and it has been suggested that they and humanity may share a common ancestor in the ancient past. A typical elebrian stands slightly over 6 feet tall and has pale skin and large, dark eyes. They have oversized craniums with slightly distended foreheads to house their large brains. Most elebrians are entirely hairless, but a small minority grow wispy hair on their scalps and thin eyebrows.

Elebrians have quick wits and a natural desire to accumulate both knowledge and power. They are driven to undertake tasks that provide either a valued insight or a significant personal advantage.

Ability Modifiers +2 Con, +2 Int, -2 Wis
Hit Points 2

Size and Type

Elebrians are Medium humanoids with the elebrian subtype.

Find Weakness

Elebrians can instinctively find and take advantage of other creatures’ weak points. An elebrian can make a single melee or ranged attack as a full action, and if she hits, she can add half her level to the damage dealt (minimum +1 damage). Whether successful or not, once an elebrian has used this ability on a creature, that creature is immune to it for 24 hours.

Intellectual Knack

Elebrians can easily comprehend complex issues and remember minutia. An elebrian can attempt a skill check to recall knowledge untrained, regardless of the DC, and can always take 20 to do so (though this takes 2 minutes), even without access to an information network or data set.

Low-Light Vision

Elebrians can see in dim light as if it were normal light.