A force construct gaurding a well-hidden phylactery
Xd10+X (Average HP)
20 ft. fly (perfect); 20 ft. (burrow)
9; touch 9; flat-footed 9
(Dex -1, +10 natural)
5 ft.; Reach
Invisible, fast healing, vulnerable to force, vulnerable to movement
Fort +X Ref +X Will +X
Str Ø, Dex 9, Con Ø, Int 2, Wis 11, Cha 1
Solitary or gang (2-4)
The original force constructs were created by force dragons as mere toys. The kind of physics involved, reminiscent of Conway's Game of Life, are alien to creatures of matter, but to a force dragon of a certain age it's as natural as gravity. The constructs were modified until they could be used to fight, and well. Eventually people found out about them, and someone got a dragon to teach him how it's done.
Force Missle (Ex):
As a move action, a force construct may make a projectile of force deal 1d4+1 damage to its target as the spell magic missle. This can be modified in several ways:
As a move action, a force construct may make its next force missle deal double damage (generally 2d4+2) to its target. This is generally done in conjunction to another modification.
As a move action, a force construct may make its next force missle push on the target rather than damaging it, essentially making a bull rush as a charging medium creature with a streangth of 1d4+11. If combined with double damage, it's 2d4+11. The force can be applied in any direction, and is not necessarily away from the force construct.
As a move action, a force construct may make its next force missle heat the target rather than damaging it directly, dealing fire damage.
As a move action, a force construct may make its next force missle push on the target in a specific way rather than damaging it directly, dealing piercing or bludgeoning damage.
As a move action, a force construct may make its next force missle disrupt force effects rather than deal damage. If the force effect has hitpoints, disrupt force makes it deal double damage. If it's combined with double damage, it deals quadruple damage.
A force construct, being made entirely of force, is invisible. The constantly changing force shakes the air, causing white noise, and still allowing the construct to be heard.
A force construct heals 1 HP every round.
Vulnerability to Force:
Any force effect disrupts the force construct, dealing an extra 1d8 damage, but ending the effect. Thus you can cast force shpere on
a force construct, damaging it, or cast it around
the construct, trapping it (but not very well).
Vulnerability to Movement:
Any movement of solid objects within a force construct deals 1d6 damage. This replaces normal damage. If the construct is burrowing, shaking the ground will be enough to deal damage. An earthquake would destroy it instantly, with no save. Because of this vulnerability, force constructs have no strength score. They can move stuff with momentum missle, which has the same strength score for pushing as it does for bull rushing.
A force construct isn't actually created from anything. It's essentially a complex self-perpetuating mass of force fields. Creating the original mass requires a DC 20 spellcraft check.
CL Xth; Craft Construct, magic missle, force wall, limited wish, caster must be at least Xth level; Price X gp; Cost X gp + X XP.
Any help filling in the Xs will be appreciated.