Incantesimi E Magia
  • L'incantesimo Teleport richiede componenti materiali costosi, ore di preparazione e rituali e una stanza adeguatamente preparata per essere lanciato.
  • Esiste un Teleport maggiore, simile a quello descritto nel manuale, che non richiede questo tipo di preparazione, ma è di livello maggiore (8).

Nuovi incantesimi (convertiti da vecchie edizioni)

  • Melf's Unicorn Arrow
  • Melf's Minute Meteors
  • Meredoth's Frost Shroud
  • Meredoth's Vision Stone
  • Meredoth's Transmute Snow to Stone

Meredoth's Frost Shroud

School Evocation [cold]; Level sorcerer/wizard 1
Casting time 1 standard action
Components V, S, M (a pinch of powdered glass mixed with several drops of water)
Range Touch
Target 10’ square per level
Duration Instantaneous

This spell enables a wizard to cover a surface of the designated size with a thick coating of frost. Any type of surface may be affected, but the spell is used to best advantage if the frost blends in with surrounding ice or snow, thus obscuring the covered surface.
The surface to be affected must be cold enough to enable water to freeze. The spell remains in effect until temperatures warm sufficiently to melt surrounding ice or snow. In an arctic climate, the spell could last permanently. Warming the affected surface melts the frost temporarily, but if temperatures are cold enough, the frost forms again after one round.
Similar spells have been known to exist, creating shrouds of moss, mold, grass, etc.
Vision Stone (Divination)

Meredoth's School Illusion [phantasm]; Level sorcerer/wizard 4
Casting time 1 round
Components V, S, M (the item to be enchanted, and an eyelash and a tooth from any creature)
Range Touch
Target One gem or item per level
Duration Instantaneous

This spell enables the caster to enclose a telepathic message in a gem or other object. The caster is able to set the conditions under which the message will be revealed. These conditions can be as generic or as specific as the caster desires, following the criteria for the magic mouth spell. When a designated creature holds the object in his hand, the object glows and pulses and the message is delivered mentally to the creature. The message remains in the object until the conditions for delivery are met.
The spell enables the caster to place a 50-word message or a one-minute vision into the designated object. When the conditions of the delivery are met, the message is delivered mentally to the recipient — no one else can hear the message. The caster can create one vision stone per level of spell ability, as long as all objects are imbued with the same message and the same criteria for the delivery of the
message. Thus, if a 10th-level caster desires to create ten objects with the same message, only one spell is required. If a 10th-level mage desires to imbue ten objects with ten different messages, ten spells are required. The object on which the vision stone spell is placed disintigrates after the message is delivered.
Wizards below 15th level of ability can enchant only gems and objects worth 100 gp or more. Wizards of 15th level and above can enchant gemstones of any value and fabricated items of any value. Thus, a 15th-level mage could not enchant a broken tree branch, but he could a small wreath woven out of tree branches.
The vision stone may not be used to deliver magical spells or command words.
Transmute Snow to Stone

Meredoth's School Transmutation [cold]; Level sorcerer/wizard 5
Casting time 1 round
Components V, S, M (a chip of white marble, a pinch of salt and a teardrop)
Range medium (100 ft. + 10 ft./level)
Target up to two 10-ft. cubes/level (S)
Duration permanent; see text

This spell functions like transmute rock to mud. Any naturally occurring snow can be transformed into relatively solid rock resembling white porous marble. The rock can be chipped with a hammer or chisel, but fragments revert to snow immediately. Stone created with this spell can be cut or quarried like normal stone for purposes of construction.
Buildings and other items created of snow can be transformed to stone, retaining their shape.
The reverse of the spell transforms stone to snow. If the stone is formed into a statue or building of sound construction, there is a 50% chance that it retains its shape. Otherwise, it collapses into piles of clean snow. Stairways and bridges transformed to snow collapse immediately.
Creatures standing on the stone when it reverts to snow sink initially to a depth of 1d6 feet. They do not sink farther on subsequent rounds.
Stone created through this spell can be changed back into snow through a dispel magic or transmute stone to snow spell. The stone suffers the effects of heat as if it were actual marble.

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