“The crowd is getting restless out there!” Koram said nervously as he looked out the window.
“Hey you were the one who killed the goat and ate it. You should have known they were sacred animals here,” Chalk said.
“How was I supposed to know that? A goat is a goat. It was wandering outside of its pen,” the fighter retorted.
“Well, now those peasants are out for blood. Ours!” Valance snapped.
“Allow me,” said the Scholar of Wexos. “I will deal with these peasants.”
Calmly the illusionist strolled towards the door, paused a moment and flung it open. The complaining and screaming of the peasants was almost too much. The Scholar of Wexos threw his hands high in the air and began speaking in a low murmur. The crowd’s shouts died down to nothing.
“Okay, let’s get out of here, now!” the Scholar of Wexos barked at the others.
Koram, Chalk, Valance and Knat grabbed their belongings and made for the door only to be taken aback by an eerie sight; all of the peasants were standing stiff as stone, like a mass of statues.
“You turned them to stone?” Chalk exclaimed.
“It is only temporary. I suggest we make haste to get as far down the road as possible before they awaken from their rocky sleep,” the illusionist replied.
Range: 30 feet
Duration: The effects of the spell last for one day per level of illusionist unless reversed.
An illusionist may cast this spell upon themselves after which time the conjurer has three turns to make eye contact with a target(s) who must then make a save versus magic at -1 or be turned to stone for one day per level of the illusionist. After the three turns are up the illusionist’s gaze returns to normal and the spell is over, but those turned to stone will remain so for the duration of the spell or unless it is reversed.