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Starfinder – the IG-XX model hunter droid from the Mandalorian

One of the unexpected stars of the Mandalorian is the shockingly deadly bounty hunter robot IG-11. The awkward looking droid is somehow able to move and act with deceptive grace, its every action removing an obstacle between it and it’s goal.

Here I present a standard IG-XX model hunter robot, a formidable threat in its own right, even if it doesn’t fully meet the standard set by IG-11 (or the original bounty hunter droid IG-88).

The galaxy’s deadliest nanny


CR 8

XP 4,800

LN Medium construct (technological)

Init +6; Senses all-around vision, darkvision 60 ft., low-light vision; Perception +21


EAC 20; KAC 22

Fort +8; Ref +8; Will +5

Defensive Abilities nanite repair, unflankable

Immunities construct immunities

Weakness vulnerable to critical hits, vulnerable to electricity


Speed 40 ft.

Melee Slam +17 (3d4+12)

Ranged aphelion laser rifle +20 (3d6+8 F) or any other available small arm, long arm, or heavy weapon

Offensive Abilities self-destruct


Str +4; Dex +6; Con –; Int +2; Wis 0; Cha 0

Skills Medicine +16, Perception +21, Survival +22

Languages Common

Gear aphelion laser rifle, 2 sets of binders, 2 spare batteries, med kit

Other Abilities all-around vision


Environment any

Organization solitary


All-Around Vision (Ex) An IG-XX model hunter robot sees in all directions at once.

Nanite Repair (Ex) An IG-XX model hunter robot’s nanites heal it, restoring a number of Hit Points per hour equal to its CR (8 Hit Points per hour for most IG robots). Once per day as a full action, an IG-XX model hunter robot can restore 7d8 Hit Points to itself or any touched construct with the technological subtype.

Self-Destruct (Ex) When an IG-XX model hunter robot’s Hit Points are reduced to 10 or fewer, it explodes on its next turn in a 20-foot-radius burst, even if it has already been destroyed. Creatures within range take 6d6 fire and piercing damage (Reflex DC 18 half). As a full action that provokes attacks of opportunity, a creature adjacent to the robot can attempt a DC 28 Engineering check to disarm the self-destruct mechanism before it detonates.

Just imagine a troop of these things hunting down your party after they’ve made a particularly vengeful enemy!

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Until next time Starfinders!

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Jeremy Corff

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