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Alghollthu master

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(Creature)

Traits Aberration, aquatic
Level 7
Alignment
Adjective alghollthu master
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Source: Pathfinder Bestiary, pg(s). 14

Type Aberration
(aquatic)
CR 7
Environment Any aquatic
Alignment
Adjective aboleth
Images of alghollthu masters

Source: Pathfinder RPG Bestiary, pg(s). 8

This article covers the species known in their language as aboleth. For the broader family of creatures formerly referred to as "aboleths", see alghollthu.

Alghollthu masters, known among themselves as aboleths, are the most common and well-known members of the alghollthus, ancient, powerful aquatic creatures who claim to predate the very gods themselves and plot byzantine schemes from their underwater cities.[1]

Name

The word aboleth in their own language, when translated into Taldane, is roughly equivalent to owner, master, or god. The creatures called alghollthu masters are only one part of an anatomically diverse species who call themselves alghollthu, meaning the one who are all.[2][3]

References

Paizo published a major article about alghollthu, "Ecology of the Alghollthu", in The Lost Outpost.

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