You learn your first magic hack at 2nd level and an additional hack every 3 levels thereafter. Magic hacks require you to be a certain level and are organized accordingly.
You must be 2nd level or higher to choose these magic hacks.
As a standard action, you can expend an unused spell slot to erode the internal security of a computer system you can touch. You reduce the DC to hack the computer by an amount equal to the level of the spell expended for the duration of a single attempt to hack the computer. If you have used all-access enchantment on a computer and fail a Computers check to access it, you can spend 1 Resolve Point as a reaction to avoid activating a single countermeasure of your choice.
As a standard action, you can scan the auras of creatures and objects within a 30-foot cone to learn about them. You must have line of sight to a target to scan it. By scanning the auras of creatures and items, you gain a +2 insight bonus to checks to identify them. If you successfully identify a creature or an item after scanning it, you learn one more useful piece of information than normal. If you scan an injured creature or damaged item, you gain a +2 insight bonus to your next Medicine or Engineering check to treat or repair it, provided you initiate the process that leads to the check within 10 minutes.
As a move action, you can predetermine all potential outcomes and variables before attacking a foe with a spell to consistently strike them at their most vulnerable spot, forcing the target to rely on its reflexes to avoid your attack. If you cast a spell that requires a melee attack or ranged touch attack to affect a target before the end of your next turn, you automatically hit your target, but your foe can attempt a Reflex save to negate your spell’s effect (calculating your spell’s save DC normally).
As a reaction when you take damage from an attack by a technological weapon or source within medium range that specifically targets you, you can expend an unused spell slot to disrupt the attack. With a spell slot of 1st to 5th level, you can counter an attack from a technological weapon whose item level is equal to or less than the level of the expended spell slot × 3, to a maximum of your caster level. 6th-level spell slots can counter any weapon with a level equal to or less than your caster level. For example, at 2nd level, you could expend a 1st-level spell slot to counter an attack from a 1st- or 2nd-level weapon. To successfully counter the attack, you must roll a countertech check (1d20 + your caster level) with a DC equal to 11 + the weapon’s level. If the countertech check succeeds, the attack deals half damage. If the countertech check fails, the attack deals normal damage. This magic hack only affects attacks that target you directly; you cannot use countertech against attacks that target an area or that target another person.
When you cast a polymorph spell (Alien Archive 2 145) on a target with the shapechanger subtype and that target attempts to end your polymorph effect using its change shape ability, that foe must attempt a Will save. If the foe fails its Will save, it fails to transform into the form allowed by its change shape ability and can’t attempt to do so again for the rest of your polymorph spell’s duration.
As a move action, you can expend an unused spell slot to reconfigure and enhance a weapon you’re wielding. Until the start of your next turn, your attacks with the enhanced weapon gain a bonus to attack rolls equal to the level of the spell slot you expended. In addition, your attacks with that weapon deal 1d6 additional damage per level of the expended spell slot. This damage is of the same type the weapon normally deals.
Once per day as a move action, you can use a battery or a weapon’s power cell to power your spellcasting, enabling you to cast one spell you know without using a spell slot. This expends 20 charges per spell level from the battery or power cell and requires you to touch the battery, power cell, or weapon. You must cast the spell before the start of your next turn, or the charges are wasted with no effect.
As a full action, you can expend an unused spell slot to temporarily construct a piece of technological gear from raw magic. You can create any single technological item with a level equal to or less than the level of the expended spell slot × 3, to a maximum of your caster level. The item appears in your hands or in an adjacent square. You can use fuse spells with this magic hack. The size of the item cannot exceed 10 bulk or Medium size, and the quality of the item is average. Treat this as a spell of the same level as the expended spell slot. For example, at 4th level, you could expend a 1st-level spell slot to fabricate an item of up to 3rd level, or you could expend a 2nd-level spell slot to fabricate an item of up to 4th level. The item persists for a number of minutes equal to your technomancer level. At the end of this duration, the item disappears. You can’t create armor, weapons, magic items, or items with limited uses or charges (such as batteries, drugs, or fuel) with this hack.
When you cast an instantaneous spell that deals damage, you can increase the spell’s damage by half your technomancer level. This increased damage applies to all creatures damaged by an area spell, but for spells that target multiple creatures with multiple rays or other attacks (such as magic missile), the increased damage applies only to a single ray or missile. This increased damage doesn’t apply to ongoing damage from the spell (such as bleed or burn). This magic hack doesn’t increase ability damage or other spell effects, only damage to Stamina Points or Hit Points.
As a move action, you can augment a technological powered
weapon (either a ranged energy weapon or a melee weapon
with the powered weapon special property) so its wielder can
exclude a number of targets equal to your key ability modifier
from any attacks made by the weapon for 5 rounds. You can
do this to a weapon in your possession or one held by an ally
that is within reach at the time you use this ability. Each time
an attack is made with the weapon, the attacker can exclude
targets they are aware of. This exclusion applies only to instant
effects and critical hit effects, such as damage or bleed, not
lingering secondary effects such as creating a cloud of smoke.
After you use this ability, you cannot do so again until after you take a 10-minute rest to regain Stamina Points.
You attune yourself to the psychic energy of other beings, gaining the insight bonus from your techlore class feature to Sense Motive checks.
As a standard action, you can get a general sense of what information is stored on drives or other digital storage media. You must pass your hand in the air near the data source, but don’t have to touch it or connect to it. The information you get is very general, such as “financial records,” “military records,” or “spells.” Getting detailed information requires interfacing with the data more directly. If you attempt a quick scan on a creature that stores its memories in a digital medium—to get a sense of the memories stored in a robot, for example—the target can attempt a Will save to negate the scan and prevent you from trying against it again for 24 hours.
You can alter the spell contained within the encoded lattices of a spell gem. This requires 1 minute of uninterrupted concentration. You hijack the power within the gem by inserting your own spellcode, replacing the spell originally encoded within the gem with one of your spells known of an equal or lower level. You can’t insert a replacement spell with expensive material components or that requires the expenditure of Resolve Points unless the original spell required components of equal or greater value or the same amount of Resolve Points. If you use this ability on a compound spell gem, it affects only one spell contained within the gem, leaving the other spell or spells intact. Once you have used this ability, you cannot recode another spell gem until you rest for 10 minutes and expend 1 Resolve Point to regain Stamina Points.
You can affect constructs, robots, and other creatures that have the technological subtype with your mind-affecting spells, even if they’re mindless or normally immune to such effects. However, they receive a +2 bonus to their Will saves against your mind-affecting spells.
When you cast an instantaneous spell with an area effect, you can shape the spell so it doesn’t affect one of your allies. Choose one 5-foot square within the spell’s area to be unaffected by the spell. At 5th level, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to exclude any number of squares with this ability.
You gain a +2 bonus to saving throws against spells and other magical effects.
You can disguise your spellcasting to confound onlookers. If you succeed at a Sleight of Hand check (DC = 10 + 5 × level of spell being cast) while casting a spell (this requires no extra action), choose a different spell of the same level and school as the one you are casting. An onlooker who succeeds at a Mysticism check to identify the spell you are casting believes the disguised spell to be the other spell you chose unless their result exceeds the DC by 10 or more. A spell with an obvious effect (such as explosive blast) will immediately disabuse of the onlooker of their false assumption. You can’t actually eliminate all signs of spellcasting, so security footage may still reveal you as the source of dangerous magic. Starting at 5th level, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to automatically succeed on the Sleight of Hand check. When you do so, the onlooker takes a –2 penalty to a Mysticism check to identify your spell and the DC to counter your spell with dispel magic or greater dispel magic increases by 2.
As a standard action, you can teleport your spell cache to your hand, even if another creature is currently holding it. This ability functions across any distance, as long as your spell cache is on the same plane as you, though it can’t teleport through effects that prevent teleportation. You can choose this magic hack only if your spell cache is an item.
As a standard action, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to temporarily learn how to use a weapon in combat. Choose a single weapon; you gain proficiency with it (and any identical weapon) for a number of minutes equal to your class level. Each round you use the weapon reduces this magic hack’s duration by 1 minute. For example, at 4th level, you could gain proficiency with corona laser rifles for 4 minutes. If you fire such a weapon for 2 rounds, you remain proficient with it for 2 more minutes.
You must be 5th level or higher to choose these magic hacks.
Choose three technomancer spells that you do not know, each with a level equal to or less than the highest spell level you can cast. As a move action, you can add one of these spells to your list of technomancer spells known for 1 minute. If you have the cache capacitor class feature and you could add that spell to one of your cache capacitor’s slots, you can add the spell to your cache capacitor during this time to extend its duration as described by that class feature. You can use this ability multiple times each day, but each time you use it after the first in a single day, you must spend 1 Resolve Point. If you use adaptable spell knowledge again before the duration expires, you replace the previous spell with your new choice. Each time you gain a technomancer level, you can replace one spell you selected with this ability with another choice.
You can program a virus into a technological item or weapon that delivers a spell effect, similar to the effects of a spell gem, on the next individual to use the item. This process requires an uninterrupted minute of access to the item. You can create only an arcane virus of a spell you know that has a range of at least short and affects at least one target or has an area of effect, and you must expend an unused spell slot of the level of the spell you are programming into the virus. All of the spell’s variables are determined by your technomancer level at the time of its creation, and any decisions regarding its effect (such as with command) must be set when the virus is created. The arcane virus affects only the creature that triggered it, even if the original spell would affect more than one creature. An arcane virus remains active until it is triggered, until it is disabled, until you decide to end it as a standard action, or for 1 day per your technomancer level, whichever comes first. While the arcane virus is active, you cannot recover the used spell slot until the virus is triggered or deactivated. A user can detect an arcane virus before it is triggered with a successful Computers check (DC = 15 + your technomancer level + level of the spell) and disable it with a second Computers check (DC = 20 + your technomancer level + level of the spell).
Whenever you cast a spell with a duration of concentration,
you can spend 1 Resolve Point to automate the concentration
process by transforming the necessary concentration into a
program loop that your spell cache can maintain for you. If
the spell has a maximum duration, your spell cache maintains
the spell for that maximum duration, during which you can
act normally. Otherwise, your spell cache maintains the spell
until you interrupt the program loop, which does not require
an action. Your spell cache can loop only one spell at a time,
and if you use this ability to loop a new spell while your spell
cache is already looping a spell, the spell cache immediately
stops concentrating on the previous spell.
You must have the spell cache class feature to choose this magic hack.
As a move action, you can expend an unused spell slot to refill charges in a weapon’s power cell. This requires you to touch the weapon or its power cell. The power cell regains 10 charges per spell level, up to its capacity. You can also use this ability to jump-start or short out an electronic device, allowing you to attempt an Engineering check to disable a device with a bonus equal to double the level of the spell you expended.
Any piece of code has bugs, but you can turn the bugs in your spellcode into features. After rolling damage for an instantaneous spell that deals Hit Point damage, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to reroll one die with a result of 1 (see page 243). At 11th level, you can reroll up to two dice with a result of 1, and at 17th level, you can reroll up to three dice with a result of 1. For example, if you were 17th level and cast disintegrate, you could spend 1 Resolve Point to reroll up to three dice that rolled 1s, after rolling and seeing how many 1s you rolled.
When you cast a spell with a range of close, medium, or long, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to double its range. Spells whose ranges are not defined by distance, as well as spells whose ranges are not close, medium, or long, do not benefit from this magic hack. If the spell affects an area, doubling its range doesn’t alter the size of its area.
As a standard action, you can expend an unused spell slot to temporarily grant the effects of a weapon fusion to a weapon that you touch. When you activate this ability, choose from the following weapon fusions: flaming, frost, ghost killer, merciful, or shock. If you expend a spell slot of 4th, 5th, or 6th level, you gain the ability to choose either the corrosive or thundering fusion. The weapon gains the chosen fusion for a number of rounds equal to the level of the spell slot you expended. The weapon can’t gain a fusion it already has or one that can’t be applied to a weapon of its type, but this bonus fusion doesn’t count toward the maximum total level of fusions the weapon can have at once. You must have the empowered weapon magic hack to choose this magic hack.
When you cast a spell that deals damage with a casting time of 1 standard action, you can cast the spell as a full action to change the type of damage it deals to any one of the following: acid, bludgeoning, cold, electricity, fire, piercing, slashing, or sonic. If the spell requires an attack roll to hit, changing its damage type does not change whether it targets EAC or KAC. You can spend 1 Resolve Point when casting a spell that deals damage to apply the effects of this magic hack without adjusting the spell’s casting time.
When you cast a spell, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to double its duration. This has no effect on spells with a duration of concentration, instantaneous, 1 round or less, or permanent, nor can it increase a spell’s duration to more than 24 hours.
As a full action, you can expend an unused spell slot to temporarily construct a technological weapon or suit of armor out of raw magic. You can create one suit of armor or weapon with a level equal to or less than the level of the expended spell slot × 3, to a maximum of your caster level. The item appears in your hands, on your person, or in an adjacent square. You can use fuse spells with this magic hack. A weapon can’t be larger than two-handed, and the size of the item can’t exceed 10 bulk. The quality of the item is average for its type. Treat this as a spell of the same level as the expended spell slot. For example, at 10th level, you could expend a 3rd-level spell slot to fabricate a weapon of 9th level or lower, or expend a 4thlevel spell slot to fabricate a suit of armor of 10th level or lower. The armor or weapon persists for a number of rounds equal to your technomancer level. At the end of this duration, the item disappears. You are proficient with (but not specialized in) any weapons you create with this ability. You can’t create magic items, weapons made from a special material, or weapons that are expended with use (such as arrows, grenades, or missiles) with this magic hack.
You can expend a 1st-level or higher spell slot to glitch yourself out of reality, as if you were an image on a bad view screen, allowing you to move in unpredictable ways. You must use this ability as part of a move action to move your speed or a withdraw action, and it provides you with one of the following benefits. You can use this ability only once per move action.
As a standard action, you can spend 1 RP to temporarily suppress magic, as if using dispel magic. Choose either an ongoing spell or a magic item within 30 feet of you. The magical effects of the spell or magic item are suppressed for 1d4 rounds, and then they return. If the spell’s level is higher than you can cast or the item’s caster level is greater than yours, you can’t suppress it. If you target a spell affecting a creature, the creature can attempt a Will save to stop you from suppressing the spell.
When you cast a holographic image or holographic terrain spell, you can choose to adjust the illusion’s magical frequency to make it visible only to you and a single target of your choosing within range who you can observe. You can spend 1 Resolve Point to instead make the illusion perceivable to a number of targets equal to your technomancer level. A private hologram can be seen by any effect that allows someone to see invisible creatures.
As a standard action, you can create and throw a quasi-real
duplicate of a grenade you have in your possession. You don’t
need to have the grenade in hand, but you do have to have it
easily accessible (essentially any grenade that would be a legal
target of the Pull the Pin feat). To use this ability, you must
expend a spell slot of a spell level equal to at least half the item
level of the grenade to be thrown (minimum spell level 1).
The shadow grenade acts in all ways like a standard grenade of the type being duplicated, except you are proficient with it, and any creature that makes a saving throw against it is immune to all its effects. If the grenade would not normally allow a saving throw, creatures in its area can attempt a Will save against a DC of 10 + 1/2 your technomancer level + your key ability modifier. This also applies if the grenade requires a saving throw only under specific circumstances that don’t apply to a creature. For example, if you use this ability to create a shadow smoke grenade, any creature that inhales the shadow smoke attempts a Fortitude save as outlined in that item’s description (Core Rulebook 184) and on a success is immune to all the grenade’s effects (including any cover it would grant). Creatures that do not inhale the grenade’s shadow smoke are still allowed a Will save, as outlined above, to ignore all the grenade’s effects (including cover).
You can use this ability to duplicate a grenade with a weapon fusion or fusion seal, but for the purpose of determining the level of the spell slot you must expend to use this ability, treat the grenade’s item level as equal to its base item level + the level of any fusions.
You can spend 1 Resolve Point to store a spell with a range of touch in a grenade, allowing you to affect a target within the grenade’s blast radius with the spell. Casting a spell with spell grenade uses the spell’s standard casting time, and throwing the spell grenade is a standard action. You must throw the grenade before the end of your next turn, or the spell is wasted. You are considered proficient with the grenade for this attack. Choose a single target within the grenade’s blast radius; that target is affected by the spell as if you had successfully touched it. The grenade goes off as normal, with all of its usual effects within its blast radius. If you miss the targeted intersection with the grenade, you must choose a target within the grenade’s new blast radius. If there are no suitable targets within the grenade’s blast radius, the spell is wasted. Spells whose ranges are not touch don't benefit from this magic hack.
You must be 8th level or higher to choose these magic hacks.
To you, living brains are merely a type of organic computer, and you’ve learned to hack them as easily as you would an artificial mind. For the purpose of determining the effects of your technomancer spells, you treat all living creatures with an Intelligence score of 1 or higher as if they were both their original type and subtype and constructs with the technological subtype, whichever is more beneficial for you. This ability allows you to heal living creatures with spells like mending and make whole, as if they were constructs.
You can hack a computer to set up magical surveillance. This takes 10 minutes and requires a successful Computers check against the device’s DC. If you fail, you can’t try again on the same device. On a success, your tap lasts for a number of days equal to your caster level. You can program your tap either to give you general information about user activity on the device or to receive a mental alarm when a user accesses or transmits data about a specific topic (getting an idea of the information found). For instance, a user might hold a video call to talk about your exploits. If you chose to receive general information, you might know that a video call took place but not the call’s topic. If you chose to have the tap receive an alarm when the topic is you, you’d get the gist of the conversation (but not a complete transcript). Setting up a new diviner’s tap ends the duration of any previous one still in effect.
When you cast summon creature (Alien Archive 144) to
summon a robot, you can grant that robot a number of
benefits as if it were a mechanic’s drone you controlled. If you
summon multiple robots with a single creature summoning
spell, you select one of them to receive these benefits. You
can give it commands if it is within 100 feet of you, as if you
had limited telepathy that functioned with the robot.
For every 4 caster levels you have, you can select one additional benefit to grant the robot, up to a maximum number of benefits equal to the spell level of the spell you used to summon it. Each time you gain a new technomancer level, you can change what benefits you have selected. When you summon a robot with a summon creature spell (Alien Archive 144), you can decide what benefits it receives from those you have selected, up to its maximum.
The benefits you can select from include bonus feats and drone mods. The bonus feats you can select from are Blind-Fight, Cleave, Far Shot, Jet Dash, Kip Up, and Mobility. The drone mods you can select from are camera, cargo rack, climbing claws, enhanced senses, hardened AI, hydrojets, jump jets, speed, and tool arm (you must define the tool when you select this benefit).
You must be able to cast summon creature (Alien Archive 144) to summon a robot to select this magic hack.
You hack a spell’s runtime, dramatically increasing its duration. Whenever you cast a spell with a duration of 10 minutes/day or longer and target only yourself, you can either spend 1 Resolve Point or cast the spell using a higherlevel spell slot to increase its duration to 24 hours (D).
As a full action, you can expend an unused spell slot to concentrate its magical power into a grenade-like matrix of volatile energy. This fabricated explosive can mimic any grenade with an item level equal to or less than the level of the expended spell slot × 3, to a maximum of your caster level. This grenadelike item remains a spell-like ability with a spell level equal to the level of the spell slot you expended, and it cannot be augmented or affected by abilities that affect technological devices or weapons. This explosive is unstable; only you can use it, and you must throw it within a number of rounds equal to the level of the expended spell slot or it dissipates harmlessly. You are considered proficient with the grenade for this attack. Once you have used this ability, you can’t use it again until you rest for 10 minutes and expend 1 Resolve Point to recover Stamina Points.
As a move action, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to teleport up to 30 feet. You must have line of sight to your destination. This movement doesn’t provoke attacks of opportunity.
When an enemy fails a Will save against one of your technomancer spells, it takes a –2 penalty to saving throws and AC for 1 round. When an enemy succeeds at a Will save against one of your technomancer spells, it takes a –1 penalty to saving throws against your spells for 1 round. A creature can take only one penalty from a mental mark at a time.
If you have the spell countermeasures magic hack, as a standard action, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to extend that protection to creatures of your choice within 30 feet. This protection lasts 1 round per technomancer level you have, even if the creature subsequently moves more than 30 feet away from you. A creature can benefit from this ability again only after it has taken a 10-minute rest from which it could regain Stamina Points.
You can cast an area spell with a casting time of 1 standard action or less through a ranged weapon, allowing you to use the weapon’s range rather than the spell’s range. You must target a single creature with your attack, and the spell’s area is centered on that creature, or originates at the creature’s location for a cone or line effect (oriented in whichever direction you choose), even if the spell would normally be centered on or originate from a point. You can fire the weapon as part of the standard action to cast the spell. You must fire the weapon during the round that the casting is completed, or the spell is wasted. If the attack misses, the spell is wasted. Spells with an emanation effect that would be centered on you don’t benefit from this magic hack.
As a move action, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to make it more difficult for enemies to target you with technological weapons for 1 round. Until the start of your next turn, as a reaction just before an enemy attacks you with a technological weapon, you can force that enemy to roll the attack twice and take the lower result; if the weapon allows a Reflex save instead of requiring an attack roll, you instead gain the benefit of evasion (as the operative’s class feature; see page 93) against the attack. This magic hack has no effect on spells that target you or on weapons or attacks that are not technological in nature.
As a standard action, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to create
a translocational beacon that you place anywhere within
your reach. As a swift action, you can instantly teleport from
your current location to the location where you placed your
translocational beacon, provided the beacon has at least 1
Hit Point and is no further than 10 feet × your technomancer
level from your current location. This movement doesn’t
provoke attacks of opportunity, although it does create a
dazzling flash of neon light (Perception DC 0 to notice).
A transdimensional beacon is a Fine object with negligible bulk, hardness equal to your technomancer level, and Hit Points equal to 3 × your technomancer level. Your spell cache monitors your beacon, and you are automatically alerted if it is destroyed or you move out of its range. You can have only one beacon active at a time, and creating a new beacon causes the old beacon to immediately collapse and become inert.
When you cast a spell with a burst, emanation, or spread, you can spend 2 Resolve Points to double its radius. For instance, a spell with a 30-foot burst would have a 60-foot burst instead. Spells that don’t have an area of one of these three types are not affected by this magic hack.
You must be 11th level or higher to choose these magic hacks.
As a standard action, you can spend 1 Resolve Point while touching a single technological item (including a weapon or a suit of armor) and infect it with a sly program that seeks out a user’s secrets on your behalf. The spyware can be instructed to attack the very next user or remain dormant, waiting for a specific target. The spyware lasts for a number of hours equal to your technomancer level or until it is activated, at which point it targets the user as per mind probe with a caster level equal to your technomancer level. The duration of this effect is 1 minute per level and the spyware can attempt to extract information only once per minute. The spyware is subtle, but a user may notice it each time it attempts to extract a memory with a successful Perception check (DC = 15 + 1-1/2 × your technomancer level), and the spyware can’t continue to target a user who puts the item down or walks away. You are aware of the spyware’s activity and what information it extracts, and you can direct its line of questioning, as long as you are within 1 mile of the infected item.
You can spend 1 Resolve Point to use your countertech magic hack to counter a direct attack against an ally within 15 feet. You can't use countertech sentinel against attacks that target an area. You must have the countertech magic hack to choose this magic hack.
As a standard action, you can attempt to hack an active spell effect that you’re aware of to reduce its duration. You must be able to touch the area, creature, or object affected by the spell that you want to hack. As part of the hack, attempt a Mysticism check with a DC equal to 15 + 1-1/2 × the caster level of the spell. If you succeed, you reduce the spell’s duration by 50%. If this reduces its duration to less time than the effect has already been active, the spell ends as if dispelled. If you fail the check by 5 or more, you can’t attempt to hack that spell again for 24 hours. This ability does not affect spells with an instantaneous or permanent duration.
Choose one 1st-level spell you know from the list of technomancer spells in the Starfinder Core Rulebook. You can cast it at will, as though it were a 0-level spell. It still counts as one of your 1st-level spells known, not one of your 0-level spells known. You can choose a 1st-level spell from a source other than the Core Rulebook with the GM’s permission.
You implant a psychic countermeasure in your mind to protect against intrusion, much like computer security. When you attempt a Will saving throw against a mind-affecting effect, the creature using the effect on you must also attempt a Will saving throw. On a failure, the target is nauseated for 1d4 rounds. Even if the target succeeds at the Will save, it is sickened for 1 round. This is a mind-affecting effect.
Whenever an opponent you’re aware of casts a spell, as a
reaction you can cast dispel magic or greater dispel magic in
an attempt to counter the spell, even if you didn’t ready an
action or select that opponent. This magic hack doesn’t allow
you to cast a spell that you don’t know, and you must expend
a spell slot of the appropriate level to cast dispel magic or
greater dispel magic in this way.
You must know dispel magic or greater dispel magic to select this magic hack.
You can free someone from magical mental control or
conditions. As a standard action, you can spend 1 Resolve
Point and touch a willing creature. This restarts the subject’s
brain, ending all mind-affecting effects affecting it, as well
as all conditions that could be removed by greater remove
condition that were imparted on the creature by mindaffecting
effects, but the subject becomes stunned until the
end of its next turn. Once you reboot a mind, you can’t use
this ability again for 24 hours.
You can attempt to reboot the mind of an ally who is unwilling due to the influence of a mind-affecting effect. In this case, the ally can attempt a new saving throw against the effect at the same DC. If she succeeds, the ally can allow her mind to be rebooted, but if she fails, you waste the expended Resolve Point and action.
You can use this ability to reboot your own mind. If you’re unable to take actions, you can reboot your mind without spending actions, but it must be the first thing you do on your turn, and you are stunned until the end of your next turn.
As a standard action, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to fire a single shot from a ranged weapon at a target known to you within range. The shot travels to the target, even around corners. Only an unavoidable obstacle or the limit of the weapon’s range prevents the shot from reaching the target. This ability negates cover and concealment modifiers, but otherwise the attack is rolled normally.
You must be 14th level or higher to choose these magic hacks.
As a standard action, you can spend 1 Resolve Point to fire a single shot from a ranged weapon at a target known to you within range. The shot travels straight to the target, passing through any nonmagical barrier in its way, ignoring hardness and Hit Points (any magical barrier, such as a wall of force, stops the shot). This ability negates cover and concealment modifiers, but otherwise the attack is rolled normally.
You can cast a spell as a move action. You can spend 2 Resolve Points to cast a quickened 0-level spell or 4 Resolve Points to cast a quickened 1st-level spell. You can quicken only spells with a casting time of 1 full action or shorter. At 16th level, you can spend 6 Resolve Points to cast a quickened 2nd-level spell.
Once per day as a full action, you can spend 2 Resolve Points to shoot a ranged weapon at multiple targets within range; the maximum number of targets is equal to half your technomancer level or the number of shots in your weapon, whichever is lower. Each attack uses your highest attack bonus, and each enemy can be targeted only by a single shot.
You gain one extra spell known for each level of spell you can cast. You must choose the new spells when you gain this magic hack. If you gain access to a higher level of spell after choosing this hack, you gain one extra spell known for that spell level.
You must be 17th level or higher to choose these magic hacks.
When you use your spellshot magic hack, you can spend 1 Resolve Point as a part of casting the spell to allow the attack to travel straight to the target, passing through any nonmagical barrier in its way, ignoring hardness and Hit Points (although any magical barrier, such as a wall of force, stops the shot). This ability negates cover and concealment modifiers, but otherwise the attack is rolled normally. You must have the spellshot and phase shot magic hacks to select this magic hack.