|A Masters of The Psycho Fluids sits with his chosen psi sword staring deep into the Outer Darkness|
But are not the dreams of poets and the tales of travellers notoriously false?
H. P. Lovecraft
They are the masters of the psycho fluids that move between the Outer Darkness.Part healer, part scientist, & part monster slayer. They are those whose spiritual connections among the pirate societies single them out for something greater. The scientist also enters supernatural realms or dimensions to obtain solutions to problems afflicting the pirate community.These scientists may visit other worlds/dimensions to bring guidance to misguided souls and to ameliorate illnesses of the human soul caused by foreign elements
The psycho fluid is accessed through the mind of the scientist by using psycho active substances & space yoga techniques. The psycho fluid acts as a buffer between the real & the implied or imagined. The scientist must choose his path carefully & court the favor of certain planar creatures. Becoming a master is usually a result of deliberate consideration, not a necessity forced by the spirits.
Many see these masters as simply another form of witch or psychic user. They are far more refined than that, the cycle of the universe allows them to take on a wide variety of alien life forms. They study "The Way" often accessing the psycho fluid & shedding they're physical forms at the start of evening. A skill roll is made & the shift quickly happens as the new characteristics replace the current physical form of the master.
|Often times these shapes taken on by the masters seem to have many of the same super science abilities including: telepathy, energy bolts, mass manipulation, energy/matter mimicry, and shape shifting.|
Random d10 chart of summoning
- Elemental Spirits
- Stellar jinn
- A Prince Of The Primary Elements
- Salamander Stellar Fire
- Salamander Of Neptune's Frost
- Vacuum Spirit
- Master Of The Negative Material Plane
- Mistress of The Positive Material
- Anti matter Jinn
|But more wonderful than the lore of old men and the lore of books is the secret lore of ocean.|
H. P. Lovecraft