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Immortal Ichor

Immortal Ichor Creature15

Rare NE Medium Ooze

Perception +20; motion sense 60 feet, no vision

Languages Abyssal, Aklo, Infernal, Undercommon; telepathy 100 feet

Skills Arcana +30, Lore (Ancient History) +30, Religion +29

Str +6, Dex +3, Con +9, Int +7, Wis +6, Cha +6

AC 26; Fort +30, Ref +20, Will +29

HP 350, regeneration 15 (deactivated by good); Immunities acid, critical hits, mental, precision, unconscious, visual; Resistances physical 15

Immortality The immortal ichor doesn’t age, nor does it need to eat or breathe. It can die only as a result of violence.

Speed 20 feet, fly 20 feet

Melee [one-action] pseudopod +27, Damage 3d8+12 bludgeoning plus mental erosion

Divine Innate Spells DC 37, attack +31; 7th charm (-3), feeblemind, possession, suggestion; 6th crisis of faith, telekinetic haul (at will); 3rd mind reading (at will); 2nd telekinetic maneuver (at will); 1st charm (at will), command (at will); Cantrips (7th) telekinetic projectile

Cleric Domain Spells DC 37, attack +31; 8th (3 Focus Points) cry of destruction, destructive aura

Corrupt Ally (divine, enchantment, mental) A creature that fails to save against an immortal ichor’s charm spell becomes stupefied 1. The stupefied value reduces by 1 every 24 hours. The first time each day a creature stupefied by the ichor’s charm fails to save against another casting of the ichor’s charm, the value of the condition increases by 1d4. If the stupefied condition ever equals the creature’s Wisdom score, it becomes controlled by the ichor permanently; if it dies, it rises the next round as a zombie (of the GM’s choice) under the ichor’s control. If the ichor is killed, these zombies are destroyed.

Dead Spells An immortal ichor can cast an initial and advanced domain spell of a domain that belonged to the dead deity from which the ichor arose (the domain spells presented here are from the destruction domain).

Mental Erosion A creature hit by the ichor’s pseudopod is stupefied 2 for 1 day unless it succeeds at a DC 35 Will save.

Resanguinate [three-actions] (divine, healing, necromancy) The immortal ichor draws blood from the pores of living creatures around it. Any living creature within 30 feet that has blood takes 4d6 damage (DC 33 basic Fortitude save). The immortal ichor regains HP equal to the total damage dealt. A creature that fails its save is also drained 1 (or drained 2 on a critical failure).


An immortal ichor is an intelligent mass of blood from a dead evil deity. The cultists who perform the ritual to create immortal ichor typically seal up the sentient ooze in an underground or remote chamber that blocks its magical abilities, but over time these seals break or weaken, freeing the unholy monster.

Immortal ichors can arise from practically any evil, dead deity.

Cults whose deities have fallen sometimes rededicate themselves to the search for the blood of their former master.

Section 15: Copyright Notice

Pathfinder Adventure Path #149: Against the Scarlet Triad © 2019, Paizo Inc.; Authors: John Compton, with Tim Nightengale and James L. Sutter.