Player > Races > Kaa-leki
Kaa-leki +2 WIS 4 HP
Starfinder Adventure Path #38: Crash & Burn (Fly Free or Die 5 of 6) p.59
SIZE AND TYPE
Kaa-lekis are Medium humanoids with the kaa-leki and plantlike subtypes.
As a move action, a kaa-leki can attempt a Perception check against a construct it can see (DC = 15 + 1-1/2 Ã— the constructâ€™s CR). On a success, the kaa-lekiâ€™s next successful attack against that construct made before the end of their next turn deals an additional amount of damage equal to twice their Wisdom modifier; this extra damage bypasses all DR.
Kaa-lekis have low-light vision and the sense through ability with their vision that allows them to see through crystal only.
Kaa-lekis have the no breath universal creature rule.
Kaa-lekis have the plantlike universal creature rule.
As composites of flesh, bone, and moss, kaa-lekis are striking figures that stand 7 feet tall on average. Kaa-lekis are tripodal humanoids with patches of blue-green moss that grow naturally on their skin; these dense clumps luminesce involuntarily (but faintly) when the kaa-leki experiences strong emotions. The kaa-leki home world is the corpse of a titanic organic crystalline creature called Hawanna (see page 62), but their legends claim they originated elsewhere. Kaa-lekis have learned to handle the strange and hostile crystal constructs that roam Hawannaâ€™s surface, but the true history of the constructs is lost to the Gap.
Kaa-leki society centers around small, semi-nomadic family groups and extended kin networks. The role of each family member is passed on through generations, though some may be given a different task if they show an affinity for it. One of the most important of these roles is that of â€œreaper.â€ Reapers venture into the crystal caverns of Hawanna to harvest the crystals used to craft the sonic weapons that are the bulk of their worldâ€™s exports. This usually puts the reapers in the path of Hawannaâ€™s roaming constructs, making it a dangerous job for only the bravest kaa-lekis. To increase their chance of survival, reapers must undergo months of intensive training before being allowed to undertake such missions.