Incorporeal

Incorporeal (Ex) An incorporeal creature has no physical body. If you are incorporeal you gain the following benefits:

Defense

  • You cannot be harmed by corporeal, non-magical or non-supernatural attack forms. If you are harmed, you still resist half the damage.
  • Effects with the force descriptor and the positive energy descriptor deal full damage to you.
  • You gain a deflection bonus equal to your Charisma modifier (minimum +1). You may not have natural armor.
  • You are immune to critical hits and precision damage.

Movement

  • You possess a fly speed and can pass through solid objects but not a force effect.
  • You move silently and cannot be heard with a Perception check.

Attacks

  • Your attacks are based on your base attack bonus + Dex modifier + Cha modifier.

Format: incorporeal; Location: Defensive Abilities.


Incorporeal Subtype: An incorporeal creature has no physical body.

  • Abilities: does not possess a Strength score. All attacks are based off of their Dexterity or Charisma modifier.
  • Corporeal Damage: from spells and magic weapons is reduced by 50%
  • Deflection Bonus: adds Charisma modifier to AC as a deflection bonus.
  • Force: deals full damage from any source.
  • Holy Water: deals full damage to incorporeal undead.
  • Incorporeal Strikes: may harm incorporeal creatures, ignore armor, natural armor, and shield bonuses of corporeal creatures.
  • Immune: critical hits, mundane weapons, precision damage
  • Movement: can pass through any material except a force effect. All movement is silent.
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