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Playable Character Races

(Shadowrun book p25-31)


Dwarf
Elves
Humans
Orks
Trolls

Human Sub Races (Templates that can be added to the human race)
Awakened (Described below)

Mutants (d20 future p202)
-2 Cha, roll once on the mutation chart and roll once on drawback chart

Android (d20 future p175)
HD d12, no human bonus feat,
one free Weapon, Armor, or Equipment grafted into body (subject to GM approval)
otherwise as described (add all racial features to human race)

Synthetic (d20 future p176)
HD d12, no human bonus feat,
one free Equipment grafted into body (subject to GM approval)
otherwise as described (add all racial features to human race)

Demons (Described Below)

(Pathfinder Races, found on www.d20pfsrd.com)
Drow (Dark Elf)
Goblin
Tiefling

(d20 Modern Race)
Moreau (d20 Modern: Core p247)
Playable Character Classes
(Shadowrun book p32-107)
Berserker (barbarian)
Combat Mage
Decker
Investigator
Leader
Magician Shaman (cleric)
Physical adept Summoner
Rouge Warrior
(Stargate SG1 Classes p154-167)
Explorer
Pointman
Scientist
Scout
Soldier

Any d20 Modern Heroic classes (However, you must take a prestige class by level 3)
Determining Equipment

Equipment is bought by Units, starting characters will have 2,000 units.

Cost conversion for other books:

1001-SciFi-Weapons
multiply all costs by x10 (also all weapons at GM approval)

D20 Future/Modern Books
Maximum Tech/PL level 7
Purchas DC conversion
DC 1-5 x 1 Unit
DC 6-9 x 10 Units
DC 10-15 x 100 Units
DC 16-19 x 500 Units
DC 20+ x 1000 Units
Equipment in Stargate SG1
Determined on a individual basis, based on similar equipment in other books.


Demons
Demons are alien spirits from another dimension.
Demons are forced to seek refuge in human
bodies to escape the pull of the abyss or use life
force to animate and shape nonliving matter.
Demons dont have the empathy to make them
fear, doubt or even sympathize with humans.
Demons view humans as prey to be hunted,
played with, tortured and sucked dry.
Every demon also has a weakness, such as a need
to soak in antifreeze, or suffers pain when a
particular word is spoken and so on; nobody
knows if this weakness is some aspect of their
alien spirit, a flaw in the process that allows them
to walk on Earth or something else entirely.
Demons exist to corrupt and destroy humanity,
particularly the Awakened, so that this universe
will crumble. Only a few demons are in the world,
especially compared to the numbers of other
supernatrals, so demons are cautious in their
activities.

Demon Core Traits
Abilities: A demon gets a +2 bonus to any two ability scores, which you choose and can
change each day. If you choose Intelligence, it does not affect your skill points.
Horrific Form: A demon is an alien spirit, and when it takes form in our world the spirit
naturally reshapes its host body/materials. Because the demon is from a distant dimension
unlike ours, this natural form is invariably hideous to behold. Each demons natural form is
unique, and those humans who know of demons existence use these shapes to identify
demons. Sample demonic true forms (as described by human witnesses and rare
surveillance footage) are aborted dragon fetus, burning skeleton covered in spiders,
vagina centipede, fanged octopus thing, pus blob with bleeding eyes all over and
flayed skin filled with maggots.
Fear (Su): Any mundane mortal creature (not a supernatural in any way) who
clearly seeing a demons true form must make a Will save (DC 10 + the demons Hit
Dice + the demons Charisma modifier) or become shaken. If the witness rolls a on
her save, she instead is frightened and flees for 1d6 rounds.
Repeat exposure inures a witness to this sight. A character gets a +1 bonus on her
saves against this effect for each time shes seen any demons true form.
Demons normally use their shapechanging ability (see below) to take different forms in the
presence of other creatures so they dont cause panic. Panic draws unwanted attention and
eventually people with weapons who might actually hurt a demon.
Shapechanging (Su): Demons can change shape, taking on the appearance of any human
or humanlike creature (elf, lizard-man, little green man alien, typical devil with horns and
a tail and so on) of Small or Medium size. The change is only cosmetic; the demon does not
get any special powers of the new form and retains its own ability scores. The demon can
even imitate a specific person (as a disguise or deception), though the change is not
detailed enough to duplicate fine details such as fingerprints, voice scans and retina scans;

this sort of disguise gives the demon a +10 bonus on Disguise checks to pretend to be that
person. Changing shape is a standard action that does not provoke attacks of opportunity.
Although shapechanging is easy for a demon, it is taxing. A demon can stay in a form other
than its true form for up to one hour, after which the demon reverts to its true form and
must remain that way for an hour. Shorter periods of shapechanging require shorter
recovery periods (equal to the time spent in another form or 10 minutes, whichever is
greater). The demon can change from one human form to another without assuming its true
form in between, as long as the total time spent out of its true form is one hour or less.
Darkvision: Demons can see in the dark up to 60 feet.
Demonic Powers: Demons have access to certain alien powers called Cants. Every time
the demon would gain a feat, they may instead choose a Demonic Cant.
(described in separate PDF)
Demon Weaknesses
Every demon has a craving and a bane something the demon craves in order to remain
healthy, or something to avoid as if it were deadly poison. With a craving, the demon must
indulge it every day or the demon will grow weaker and takes damage whenever confronted
with the bane.
The demons craving or bane never changes.
Knowing a demons craving is a way to appease the demon; knowing its bane is a way to
control the demon. Because demons cannot hide their reactions to banes, mortals who
know about demons sometimes use banes to help positively or negatively identify demons
they encounter. (The roses didnt bother it at all; it cant be Aborted Dragon Fetus.)
Craving:
Cravings are usually common substances the demon must consume or use in large
quantities, though some demons crave rarer materials in smaller quantities. Common
substances are things readily available for purchase, even in large quantities. Uncommon
substances are available only in moderate quantities or from specialized locations. Rare
substances are heavily restricted, available only in tiny quantities or available only from a
small group of people.
Sample common substances: Alcohol, ham, horse urine, puppies, antifreeze.
Sample uncommon substances: Expensive wine, human blood, pedigree bulldogs,
19th-century books, gold, cocaine.
Sample rare substances: Virgins blood, uranium, Mage blood, pandas.
A demon that fails to indulge its craving takes a 1 penalty on attacks, saves and checks for
each day that passes since the demon last sated its need. These penalties go away once the
demon sates its craving.
A demon needs a new sample of the craving every time it indulges; a demon that needs
antifreeze cant simply keep a bathtub of it in its apartment and soak every day the
demon needs new antifreeze every day.
A demon may indulge its craving regardless of its current physical form. Mr. Antifreeze can
soak in antifreeze as a human or in his natural form. The act of serving the need makes the
demon immune to the substances harmful effects (if any) for that time; a uranium-craving
demon doesnt get radiation burns when feeding his craving, though the demon is as
vulnerable to radiation as anyone else at other times.
A craving is always a detriment, though careful management means it can be just an
annoyance.
Bane:
A bane may be a substance, a condition or even a word. Some demons cannot stand the
touch of salt, or rum or silver. Some cannot cross water, or bear the light of the full moon
or see their reflections in mirrors. Some grow nauseous at the sound of the word yellow,
or weaken at hearing molecule or collapse in pain when someone shouts Belgium.
Using a bane against a vulnerable demon gives at a penalty on attacks, saves, and checks
for 10 minutes. The penaltys severity depends on the bane:
a common bane imposes a 1 penalty, uncommon 3 and rare 6.
This penalty stacks with itself, but a creature can use a bane to harm a demon only once
per minute. The bane has a visible effect on the demon (though in human guise the demon
may blame its reaction on bad food or something similar).
Anima
Demons require an alien kind of energy called Anima to use some of their special abilities.
Their home dimension is rich in this energy, but Earth is a wasteland; humans are the only
reliable source. Demons store this Anima within their life force or soul, which they call their
Matrix.
Anima cannot be captured with mundane devices (such as batteries) and cant be channeled
into physical objects (such as a houses electrical wiring) except under specific
circumstances.
Spending Anima, for whatever purpose, does not take an action. Certain Cants take a
standard action to activate and require the demon to spend Anima, but the expenditure of
Anima takes no time in itself and the demon can do it even on someone elses turn.
Maximum Anima: A demon can store Anima equal to 10 plus its Constitution modifier; if
the demon gains Anima in excess of this number, the extra Anima is wasted.
Starting Anima: Demons start 1 + Con in Anima
(new demons are drained by the process of breaking into this world).
Anima per Round: Demons can spend one Anima per round, no matter what effect(s) they
want to achieve. A demon can take the Demonic Will Cant to improve this rate.
Demons can use Anima for several effects.
Activate Cants
Some Cants require Anima; others do not. See each Cants description to see if the Cant
requires Anima, and how much.
Heal Wounds
A demon can use Anima to heal itself. A demon can spend one Anima to heal 10 hit points
or two ability damage from a single ability. A demon can spend two Anima to heal one point
of ability drain. A demon can heal itself in this way while unconscious.
Ignore Craving or Bane
A demon can spend one Anima to override the demons craving for one day. This effect
keeps the craving penalty from accruing that day but does not give the demon one Anima
(as the demon would get if it actually indulged its craving).
A demon can spend one Anima to ignore the penalties from one exposure to the demons
bane. This effect doesnt prevent additional penalties if the bane confronts the demon again.


Regaining Anima
A demon can linger over a human corpse that has been dead for no more than 10 minutes,
psychically prodding its energy field to see if it has any Anima; after 10 minutes, the demon
makes a d20 roll, and if the result is a 20, the demon recovers one Anima from the corpse.
A demon automatically regains one Anima once per day if the demon indulges its craving.
Demons can give or trade Anima with each other as standard actions; all they have to do is
touch each other for a moment and make the exchange. Some demons can steal Anima
from dying mortals (see the Murderous Recharge Cant); others learn how to make pacts
with mortals to gain Anima in exchange for favors (see the Infernal Pact Cant).


Awakened (Human)
An Awakened Human is a normal person that has had their
mind awakened to the worlds beyond. Native Americans are
a perfect example of a Awakened. They have a natural
affinity to tune into magic and connect with spirits.
Superior Magic: Awakened receive a +2 racial
bonus on caster level when determining the power of their
spell (for all factors within the spell). In addition, Awakened
receive a +4 racial bonus on Spellcraft skill checks made to
identify the properties of magic items.
Feat Restriction: The human bonus feat gained at level 1
must be a Magic or Spirit based feat.
Spirit Powers (Sp): An Awakened with Intelligence or
Wisdom of 8 or higher gains Spirit Powers. These abilities are
as spells cast by an 8th level sorcerer (Save DC 13 + spell
level). The table below lists the abilities available according
to the Hit Dice of the Awakened. These abilities are
cumulative, a Awakened with 3 HD can use detect thoughts
as well as suggestion.
HD Spirit Powers HD Spirit Powers
1-3
Detect Thoughts
3/day
7-9 *Telepathy at will
4-6 Suggestion 3/day 10+
Charm Monster
1/day
*Telepathy (Su): A Awakened can communicate with any creature within 60ft that has a
language.
Detect Spirits (Sp): The Awakened spirit guide perceives nearby spirits. At will, the
Awakened can use detect spirits as a spell-like ability. It functions just like detect undead,
except it detects creatures that are considered spirits.
Spirit Guide: All Awakened have a spirit guide, a personification of the spirit world. In
some sense a Awakened and her guide are one being, both knowing and seeing and
experiencing the same things. Unlike a familiar, a spirit guide is not a separate entity from a

Awakened. She is the only one who can perceive or interact with her guide. It exists only
inside her own mind and soul.
The Awakened's spirit guide confers greater awareness of her surroundings, and grants her
the Alertness feat. The spirit guide grants additional abilities at 5th and 10th level (see
Follow the Guide and Guide Magic, below).

Spirit Guide Characteristics
Badger Orderliness, tenacity
Bear Strength, endurance
Buffalo Abundance, good fortune
Cougar Balance, leadership
Coyote Humor, trickiness
Crane Balance, majesty
Crow Intelligence, resourcefulness
Eagle Perception, illumination
Elk Pride, power, majesty
Fox Cleverness, discretion
Hawk Awareness, truth
Lizard Elusiveness
Otter Joy, laughter
Owl Wisdom, night
Rabbit Conquering fear, safety
Raccoon Curiosity
Scorpion Defense, self-protection
Snake Power, life force, potency
Spider Interconnectedness, industry
Turtle Love, protection
Vulture Vigilance, death
Wolf Loyalty, interdependence
The exact form of the spirit guide is chosen by the Awakened at 1st level, usually for the
qualities it represents, as shown above. The exact form of a spirit guide is purely personal
preference, and confers no special advantages or disadvantages.
Follow the Guide (Su): At 5th level and higher, a Awakened's spirit guide helps her
maintain control of her mind. If a Awakened is affected by an enchantment spell or
effect and fails her saving throw, she can attempt it again 1 round later at the same
DC. She only gets this one extra chance to succeed on her saving throw.
Guide Magic (Su): Starting at 10th level, as a free action, a Awakened can assign
her spirit guide the task of concentrating on a spell or spell-like ability that is
maintained through concentration. The Awakened can act normally while her spirit
guide concentrates on the spell. A spirit guide can concentrate on only one spell at a
time. If necessary to maintain the spell, the spirit guide makes Concentration checks
for the Awakened, using the Awakened's normal Concentration modifier. A spirit
guide does not have to make Concentration checks for circumstances such as the
Awakened taking damage. The spirit itself is not present for anyone to interrupt or
otherwise interact with.