[New Spell] Aetherik’s Amazing Preservation

Aetherik’s Amazing Preservation

Knat the druidess plucked the strange flower and handed it to Chalk.

Yes?” the wizard asked, a bit puzzled.

I need to visit my grove, but I will be back to join the party,” she replied.

We can always use your help, how long will you be?” Chalk asked.

I will return before that flower wilts!” Knat said indignantly.

You charmed this flower, didn’t you?” the wizard asked.

Knat only grinned from ear to ear before disappearing into the dusky night.

Aetherik’s Amazing Preservation (Druid)

Level 1

Range: Touch

Duration: Special: Organic material is preserved for 5+1d4 weeks, inorganic material will remain intact until disturbed (taking damage)

The elven druid Aetherik is well known for creating this simple, yet handy spell. A druid may cast this on organic or inorganic material, up to 50 lbs per level of casting druid, and the affected object(s) will be preserved intact for much longer than they naturally would. For example, a plucked rose would remain vibrant for up to 9 weeks, but a wooden shield would look robust and freshly painted until it takes damage, magically shedding soil or anything else that would mar or mark the shield.

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2 Responses to [New Spell] Aetherik’s Amazing Preservation

  1. David says:

    Very characterful. And useful for preserving bodies I’d imagine.

  2. bat says:

    Thank you very much for the comment, David. Yes, preserving bodies would work as well.

    Our LL/AEC group almost needed this spell yesterday!

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