Blue-gray wings extend over the jeweled bangles and gossamer veils of this androgynous angel.
Spirit of Abandon CR 29
NG Medium outsider (angel, extraplanar, good)
Init +16; Senses blindsense 60 ft., darkvision 60 ft., detect evil, low-light vision, true seeing; Perception +49
Aura primal aura (30 ft.), protective aura (20 ft.)
AC 48, touch 48, flat-footed 35 (+12 Dex, +1 dodge, +12 insight, +13 sacred)
hp 697 (34d10+510); regeneration 30 (deific or mythic)
Fort +26, Ref +31, Will +31; +4 vs. poison
Defensive Abilities adoration, flawless form, freedom’s call; DR 20/epic and evil; Immune ability damage, ability drain, acid, charm effects, cold, compulsion effects, daze, death effects, energy drain, petrification; Resist electricity 30, fire 30; SR 40
Speed 60 ft., fly 120 ft. (good)
Melee +5 disrupting holy merciful flail +54/+49/+44/+39 (1d8+33/19–20), 2 wings +44 (2d6+20), slam +44 (1d4+20)
Special Attacks endless dance, pounce
Spell-Like Abilities (CL 29th; concentration +42)
Constant—detect evil, true seeing
At will—cure critical woundsM, detect anxieties (DC 25), detect desires (DC 25), detect thoughts (DC 25), good hope, greater dispel magic, greater teleport, holy wordM (DC 30), matchmaker (DC 25), plane shiftM (DC 30), project image (DC 30), shapechange
3/day—discern location, quickened greater invisibility, heroes’ feast, irresistible danceM (DC 31), limited wish (to duplicate 5th-level or lower bard spells only), mass heal, mind blank, moment of prescience, sympathy (DC 31)
1/day—time stopM, wishM
M The Spirit of Abandon can use the mythic version of this ability in certain conditions (see Nomadic below).
Str 40, Dex 34, Con 41, Int 31, Wis 34, Cha 37
Base Atk +34; CMB +49 (+53 disarm, +51 trip); CMD 97 (99 vs. disarm and trip)
Feats Combat Expertise, Combat Reflexes, Critical Focus, Dodge, Greater Disarm, Greater Spell Penetration, Improved Critical (flail), Improved Disarm, Improved Initiative, Improved Trip, Mobility, Power Attack, Quicken Spell-Like Ability (greater invisibility), Skill Focus (Diplomacy, Perform [dance]), Spell Penetration, Staggering Critical
Skills Acrobatics +49, Bluff +50, Diplomacy +56, Disguise +47, Fly +53, Heal +46, Knowledge (arcana, local, religion) +44, Knowledge (planes) +47, Perception +49, Perform (dance) +56, Sense Motive +49, Spellcraft +44, Stealth +49, Use Magic Device +50
Languages Celestial; telepathy 300 ft.; truespeech
SQ fulfillment, nomadic, seed of life, unlimited abandon
The first time each round a creature attempts to attack the Spirit of Abandon (whether with a melee attack, a ranged attack, or a spell), that creature must succeed at a DC 40 Will save or hesitate and waste the action (losing the spell or daily use, if applicable). If the Spirit of Abandon attacked that creature in the last round, the creature automatically succeeds at this Will save. Evil creatures gain a +10 bonus on this Will save. This is a mind-affecting emotion effect. The save DC is Charisma-based.
Endless Dance (Ex)
The Spirit of Abandon adds their Charisma bonus to all damage rolls with weapon attacks (this bonus is already calculated into their statistics above).
Flawless Form (Ex)
The Spirit of Abandon exults in the body’s full freedom of motion and the beauty of the physical form. Whenever wearing revealing clothing (or no clothing) and no armor, the Spirit of Abandon adds their Wisdom bonus as an insight bonus to their Armor Class and their Charisma bonus as a sacred bonus to their Armor Class (these bonuses are already calculated into their statistics above).
Freedom’s Call (Ex)
The Spirit of Abandon is immune to any effects that abrogate freedom, as if constantly under the effects of freedom.
The Spirit of Abandon instantly receives the full results of detect anxieties, detect desires, and detect thoughts on the first round of examining a creature. In addition to the creature’s current desires, the Spirit of Abandon’s detect desires reveals the creature’s deepest underlying desires—those that would bring it true fulfillment if granted. If the creature’s deepest desires are wicked or perverse in nature, the Spirit of Abandon also learns the creature’s deepest non-harmful desire, if any, and whether its fulfillment might help the creature eschew the darkness constraining its heart. The Spirit of Abandon can produce an effect within the bounds of wish without spending a use of the daily spell-like ability, but only to help grant a creature fulfillment as determined by this ability, and only once per creature. Participating in a creature’s fulfillment and release from needless constraints is a religious and often sexual experience for both parties involved. For 24 hours afterward, both the Spirit of Abandon and the fulfilled creature receive a +4 morale bonus on ability checks, attack rolls, damage rolls, saving throws, and skill checks, as well as to caster level.
The Spirit of Abandon, unlike many empyreal lords, does not keep a static empyreal realm. Instead, the Spirit of Abandon is nomadic, traveling the wilds of Nirvana as they see fit. As a swift action once per day, the Spirit of Abandon can designate a region on Nirvana to serve as their territory—this region cannot include any area currently claimed by another empyreal lord or deity as part of a planar realm. The area of the territory can vary, but it never extends more than 100 miles from the point the Spirit of Abandon selected as the center of their territory. The next time the Spirit of Abandon uses this ability to generate a planar territory, it cannot overlap any region that served them as a planar territory within the previous 24 hours. Within this planar territory, the Spirit of Abandon enjoys the full benefits of an empyreal realm, including the ability to use mythic spell-like abilities and the mythic power ability.
Primal Aura (Su)
Creatures within the Spirit of Abandon’s primal aura must succeed at a DC 40 Will save to avoid becoming overwhelmed with euphoria. On a successful save, the creature takes a –2 penalty on all saving throws against emotion-based effects while remaining within the Spirit of Abandon’s primal aura, but it is immune to further effects from the primal aura for 24 hours. On a failed save, the creature becomes dazed for 1 round from overwhelming sensations in addition to the –2 penalty on all saving throws against emotion-based effects.
Unlimited Abandon (Su)
All of the Spirit of Abandon’s mind-affecting spells, spell-like abilities, supernatural abilities, and extraordinary abilities affect all creatures, regardless of those creatures’ immunity to charms, compulsions, emotion effects, or mind-affecting effects. A mythic or deific creature with such an immunity still loses its immunity, but gains a +4 bonus on its saving throws against these effects and can roll twice and then choose the best result.
The Spirit of Abandon is known as the embodiment of irrepressible passion and exultation, and is also named among mortals as the Spirit of Abandon and the Host of Delectation. Their unique form combines the most attractive traits of both femininity and masculinity—seen as such not only by members of the human race, but by those of any species that have an encounter with the empyreal lord. The empyreal lord is of both genders and neither, unfettered by such distinctions. The Spirit of Abandon has no personal realm, instead journeying throughout the celestial realms and the mortal world unpredictably, trailing a wake of beauty, freedom, and sensuality.
The Spirit of Abandon’s Faith
The Spirit of Abandon is the angelic patron of freedom, physical beauty, and sexuality, and their worshipers include artisans, courtesans, some fey, and those seeking to escape repression. Followers spend significant time experiencing life as every gender and sexuality, experimenting in order to overcome their preconceptions and ensure they each express their truest identity.
The Spirit of Abandon grants access to the domains of Charm, Good, Liberation, and Strength, and to the subdomains of Agathion, Freedom, Love, and Lust.
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Bestiary 6 © 2017, Paizo Inc.; Authors: Robert Brookes, Benjamin Bruck, John Compton, Paris Crenshaw, Adam Daigle, Crystal Frasier, James Jacobs, Thurston Hillman, Tim Hitchcock, Brandon Hodge, Jason Keeley, Isabelle Lee, Jason Nelson, Tim Nightengale, F. Wesley Schneider, David Schwartz, Mark Seifter, Todd Stewart, Josh Vogt, and Linda Zayas-Palmer.