[New Spell] Wintery Floor

Wintery Floor

Who is that?” Chalk asked Knat.

I don’t know, another druid, that is for sure,” she replied.

I’ll get a little closer to keep an eye on him,” Nysser said and began his pursuit.

Within moments the thief was flat on his back on a patch of ice looking up at the sky, the ground was covered in glassy ice.

Chalk and Koram walked to the edge of the ice.

Are you alright?” Chalk asked.

Just a bruised ego,” Nysser answered as he crawled over the ice and rolled onto the dirt at the edge of the unnaturally cold and slick patch.


Wintery Floor (Druid)

Level 2

Range: 30′ radius + 5 feet per level of druid

Duration: 2 rounds per level of druid

With this spell druids lay out an icy patch of ground so slick that it has similar qualities to Oil of Slipperiness in that anyone attempting to move over this area of frost and ice has an 85% possibility of slipping and falling onto the ground whenever they try to move over this terrain. The casting druid is immune to this icy floor but anyone else must roll to stay upright or risk hitting the ground hard and possibly having to crawl over the ground to get at the druid.

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4 Responses to [New Spell] Wintery Floor

  1. When my brother an I wanted to annoy each other, we’d play ‘Slippery Floor’ 85% chance of total annoyance!


  2. Eric says:

    This is full of win! Love this spell. Must play Druid again!


  3. trey says:

    Awesome. Just the right think for a druidic prank.


  4. bat says:

    Thank you for the comments, guys. I was a little leery that this was one of my lead balloons. 🙂


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