[New Spell] Delectable Sphere

Delectable Sphere

Is that….floating bacon?” Koram asked as he watched the meaty globe slowly spin passed him.

Relax, it is probably…whoa! That is floating bacon!” Chalk replied.

You idiots!” snapped the Scholar of Wexos. “Does following a floating globe of bacon sound like a good idea?”

It does if you’re hungry!” answered Koram.

Stork grimaced as the trap failed and the sphere slowly dissipated.

That illusionist needs to go, he’s too smart,” the sorcerer said.

Vistis the Blue Mage nodded in agreement.

 

Delectable Sphere (Arcane)

Level 2

Range: 30 feet per level of magic-user

Duration: One minute per level of caster

When Delectable Sphere is cast the wizard conjures into being a sphere 2 ½ feet in diameter that floats between 4-5 feet off of the ground. While the casting wizard must concentrate to maintain control of the spell, the arcanist can make this globe move up to 120′ per minute. The sphere itself appears to be a delicious globe of food to most monsters who will follow the globe for an easy meal rather than fight adventurers for sustenance. Creatures with less than 2HD will always follow the Delectable Sphere while those with more than 2HD receive a save versus spells at -2 although extra-planar creatures are not affected by this spell (demons, devils, etc) as they are more purpose driven than food driven.

Option: This spell can be tailored to affect all creatures below Average intelligence instead of going by hit dice.

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4 Responses to [New Spell] Delectable Sphere

  1. pseudofenton says:

    I love that its form is bacon in this case!

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