[New Spell] Fog Dogs

Fog Dogs

There are those dogs again!” Valance whispered to Chalk.

I think you are imagining them,” the wizard whispered back.

No, I see them, there are four good sized dogs, they have been trailing us for two days,” the priest of the Spider God replied.

You know, for someone who plays with spiders all day I find it quite amazing that you are letting dogs bother you,” Chalk said aloud. “And besides, why was I whispering? There are no dogs there!”

Where I was raised spiders you could trust, dogs, not so much,” Valance murmured.


Fog Dogs (Illusionist)

Level 1

Range: 30′

Duration: One day per level of illusionist.

This illusionist spell creates from 1-4 medium sized dogs that appear ghostly and almost out of focus. These illusions can be sent after a particular individual or groups of individuals (with the spell anchored to one person), staying within 30′ of the target person. Those who save versus spells at -1 can easily dismiss these misty canines as nothing more than an odd magical trick, however those who fail a save find them to be an ill omen and after each day of being followed must roll to find out if they have gained an insanity (12% chance to gain an irrational fear of dogs or feel as if ghosts are haunting them). Fog Dogs are strange constructs that will dissipate if dealt four or more hit points of damage and they are incorporeal (since they are illusory in nature) and can easily pass through walls and other barriers. 

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2 Responses to [New Spell] Fog Dogs

  1. trey says:

    Awesome. I love that they’re effect is mainly psychological.

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