[New Spell] Least Animal Servant

Least Animal Servant

Valance swatted at the sparrow that was trying to land on his shoulder. Koram, who was especially afraid of avian creatures for some reason, did the same.

Frustrated, the tiny bird landed on Chalk’s shoulder. It hopped close to the wizard’s ear and chirped into it.

Ah, yes, I see!” he said.

What is it?” asked the priest of the Spider God.

Why should I tell you, you were shooing the thing away!”

Valance pouted.

Oh, very well, Knat is on her way, she is a day’s ride to the South and will meet us at the next inn.”

Least Animal Servant (Druid)

Level 2

Range: Touch

Duration: Permanent.

A druid casts this spell on any small, inconspicuous animal about the size of a mouse, sparrow etc and imbues that creature with Low Intelligence (5-7) to Average Intelligence (8-10) giving that creature the rough ability to understand the commands of the druid and in this manner may be used to convey a message, spy, etc. While permanent, the casting druid may dispel this incantation at any time if he or she no longer needs the animal, and then it reverts back to its normal animal-like intelligence. Similar to a wizard’s familiar, if this small animal is killed the druid takes 1d4 points of damage.

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2 Responses to [New Spell] Least Animal Servant

  1. eltf177 says:

    I can think of a number of uses for such a spell, and who would suspect a mouse or a sparrow of being a spy? Cast it on a mouse living in an enemy’s home! I’m assuming this spell can be detected but it’s difficult to discover exactly _which_ bird outside has the spell on it.

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