[New Spell] Curse of Bloat

Curse of Bloat

Chalk shook his head at the grossly oversized Valance. The normally reed thin priest of the Spider God was struggling to keep up, now wearing makeshift robes.

You could have just given that cleric the right of way, would that have been so bad?” the wizard asked.

Never!” mumbled the obese Valance. “I wouldn’t give a priest of the Butterfly God the time of day, let alone the right of way! I have principles!”

Well, no you don’t have principles, you are just stubborn,” argued the Scholar of Wexos.

Valance shrugged and stopped to wheeze for a few moments.

Curse of Bloat (Cleric/Magic-User)

Level 3

Range: Touch

Duration: One week + one day per level of caster or until dispelled.

This rather dreadful curse can be administered in one of two ways. Firstly, this spell may be cast upon something that the intended target will consume or secondly, by touch. Be careful, as the magic will remain potent on the consumable until it is eaten or destroyed. The victim of the curse may get one save versus spells at -2, failing that the victim’s Constitution and Charisma drop by four points as he or she begins to bloat to unrealistic proportions. Clothing becomes tight and uncomfortable at first, then impossible to wear as the victim gains another 300 lbs of weight within a day. Movement is slowed to 30′ (10′) and the cursed person is easily exhausted (make a Constitution check for every fifteen minutes of activity, failure means the victim needs to catch their breath for a few minutes).

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