[New Spell] Vertiginous Vexation

Vertiginous Vexation

Klosk tried to run, he knew he had to warn Chalk and the others. The wizard’s mind raced as he thought up spells. Then Vistis the Blue Mage said something.

Klosk’s head began to swim. He suddenly felt as if he was standing up on a very small boat in choppy waters. His stomach lurched.

Stork drew two daggers and advanced on Klosk. Vistis stood and watched.

Klosk doubled over and put out his hand to ward of Stork. The latter leaped Klosk, sharpened blades whirling and stabbing.

Klosk screamed in pain, then sank to the ground.

Your friends will suffer the same fate. Now off to your reward!” Stork hissed then plunged both daggers into Klosk’s chest.

The mortally wounded wizard let out a final whimper then expired, his blood staining the cobblestones.

Stork grinned, revealing his shark-like teeth.

Now to hunt those other idiots down!” the sorcerer snarled.

Vertiginous Vexation (Illusion)

Level 1

Range: 60 feet

Duration: Ten minutes

This illusion spell causes those affected (one target per level of illusionist) that fails a saving throw versus spells at -1 to feel confused and dizzy, suffering from vertigo. There is a 75% chance that creatures under 3HD will fall down if they don’t sit down while the spell is in effect. All attackers receive a +2 to strike those whirling and reeling from this spell.

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3 Responses to [New Spell] Vertiginous Vexation

  1. trey says:

    Cool spell, but I particularly like the name. It’s got a Silver Age DC Comics ring to it.

  2. MoonSylver says:

    Vistus returns and Klosk departs, eh? >:)

    This is one of those neat spells that I always thought SHOULD exist. Would be cool if you could “spread” it to affect a small group, at some penalty, against 1HD creatures, etc.
    —MS

  3. bat says:

    Thank you for the comments, guys!
    That is a good idea, MooSylver, the spell could easily affected up to 6 creatures of less than 1HD.

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