[New Spell] Tied by Life

Tied by Life


As the tomb explorers gathered outside the inn to prepare for their next adventure Chalk noticed a poorly disguised Divereder, a member of a rival group, shuffling along down the street towards them.

“I have an idea, watch this,” Chalk said then started ambling over towards the meddling wizard.

As the two met Divereder seemed to brush up against Chalk while the latter appeared to be doing the same. With a frown Chalk returned.

“What in the eleven hells was that? Some sort of wizard dance?” asked the halfling, Stoutfoot.

Chalk looked a little pale and lost for a moment.

“Of course not, squab!” he answered, appearing to be a bit shaken, “I think we just cast the same spell on each other. I just wonder what he thinks is going to happen to me!”



Tied by Life (Arcane)

Level 1

Range: Touch

Duration: One day per level of magic-user

When cast the wizard touches a selected target. For the duration of the spell the magic-user will know if the selected person has died or suffered a critical injury. In addition, the magic-user will also know the direction the target of the spell is in if they are within one mile per level of the mage. Note that the target of the spell does not have to be a friend of the magic-user, it could be a courier, constable or an enemy as well as a fellow adventurer.

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4 Responses to [New Spell] Tied by Life

  1. Timeshadows says:

    This one certainly is interesting.
    –May I ask what prompted it?

  2. Rubezahl says:

    Nice, very nice.

  3. bat says:

    Timeshadows: I have recently seen “Drag me to Hell”, which reminded me of the old classic “Night of the Demon”, in which a slip of paper was a cursed item that was passed along. From this I wondered about a spell that could allow a wizard to “keep tabs” on someone that they thought might “take a fall” soon. I had thought about stretching the time frame out more, but I like the urgency of a shorter span of time.

    Rubezahl: Thank you very much, squire!

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