For norals, standing neutral as other races and nations go to war has long been a viable strategy. But over time, war drains resources and affects even neutral parties, so more and more the norals turn to “peacekeeping”, seeking to diffuse hostility and end conflicts.
Peace Through Force
At 2nd level, the peacekeeper gains the following augment options that can be used with any telepathy power. By spending two additional power points, the target is also dazed for 1 round if they fail their save. If the power does not normally allow a saving throw, the target can make a Will save at the standard save DC for the power to negate this effect. By spending six additional power points, the target is also stunned for 1 round if they fail their saving throw. If the power does not normally allow a saving throw, the target can make a Will save at the standard save DC for the power to negate this effect. In addition, whenever the peacekeeper manifests any power that deals hit point damage, he can expend his psionic focus to have it deal nonlethal damage instead. This ability also works for their racial mind thrust psi-like ability.
This ability replaces mental intrusion.
No Raised Hand (Su)
At 8th level, as long as the peacekeeper maintains psionic focus, anyone wanting to attack the peacekeeper must make a successful Will save (DC 10 + 1/2 the peacekeeper’s class level + the peacekeeper’s Intelligence modifier) or it can’t follow through with the attack, that part of its action is lost, and they take a -1 morale penalty to all saving throws against powers manifested by the peacekeeper until the end of their next turn. A creature that succeeds on the saving throw is immune to this effect for 24 hours. Area effects are not subjected to this effect.By expending his psionic focus as a move action, the peacekeeper can share this ability with all allies within 30 ft. for one round.This is a mind-affecting effect.
This ability replaces telepathy.
Ultimate Psionics. Copyright 2013, Dreamscarred Press; Authors: Andreas Rönnqvist and Jeremy Smith