Disciple of Yig (Warpriest Archetype)
The black-shelled narble-caste are omnipresent in zif communities, and most fanatic of these are the zealous disciples of Yig, the warlike Great Old One that is the epitome of bravery and cunning for the more traditionally timid and earnest zif race. Disciples of Yig follow doctrine that says that the ghosts of the Great Old Ones that their primeval ancestors ate and evolved as a result of that eating are coming back for their stolen essence, in an apocalypse referred to as the Void-War.

Ready for the Void-War (Su): Disciples of Yig must select the War and Void domains to determine their blessings; instead of the ability granted by the War blessings, a disciple of Yig may use the Tactics domain ability instead, using the same pool of uses as the blessings.

Seize the Initiative (Su): Whenever you and your allies roll for initiative, you can grant one ally within 30 feet the ability to roll twice and take either result. This decision is made before results are revealed.

Pre-emptive Retaliation (Ex): Disciples of Yig gain a pool of pre-emption points at 1st level, equal to their class level plus their Wisdom modifier. These can be spent in any amount as a free action to increase their own initiative modifier, before rolling. This pool is refilled every day during spell selection. This replaces focus weapon.

Black-Shell Battle Burble (Sp): The rise to power among the disciples of Yig is not an easy one, as the Feathered Serpent shows zif that the unworthy should be consumed utterly, for the good of the nest. Those who make it to 3rd level are initiated into the Burble-narble, and learn the catechism of frenzied attack. They gain the ability, once a day, to chant a hymn to the Great Old Ones that inspires their allies, give all allies within 30 ft. a +1 bonus to hit and to saving throws against fear. This battle burble continues until the disciple of Yig takes damage, fails a saving throw, or takes any action other than to move. The disciple of Yig can increase this bonus by +1 by forgoing subsequent bonus feats at 6, 9, 12, 15 and 18th levels, to a maximum of +6 at 18th level. This replaces the bonus feat gained at 3rd level.