[New Spell] Curse: Hounded by Debt

New Curse: Hounded by Debt

 

‘Valance, did you pay off that last gambling debt?’ Chalk inquired.

The priest of the Spider God looked around. His eyes caught a small cluster of people approaching.

‘Are you sure they are collectors?’ he asked.

‘They don’t look like they want autographs,’ the wizard replied.

The priest groaned as papers were thrust into his face, making demands for repayment.

‘It’s that damned priest of frogs or toads or lizards or whatever!’ Valance exclaimed. ‘He’s a poor loser and this is what he resorts to!’

 

Hounded by Debt (Arcane)

Level 3

Range: Touch

Duration: One year and one day or until dispelled.

The victim of this spell is constantly followed and harassed by creditors (for real or trumped up debts) whenever in a civilized area. At least 1d4 (+1 per level of victim, each a 0-3rd level NPC) will appear at the worst possible times, loudly waving papers and yapping about being owed money. Very annoying and makes many social situations awkward to say the least.

 

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4 Responses to [New Spell] Curse: Hounded by Debt

  1. boricg says:

    Y’know…in my professional life, I have a great counter-spell for that. 🙂

    On Thursday, January 29, 2015, Ancient Vaults & Eldritch Secrets-An oldschool gaming blog…. wrote: > bat posted: “New Curse: Hounded by Debt ‘Valance, did you pay off that last gambling debt?’ Chalk inquired. The priest of the Spider God looked around. His eyes caught a small cluster of people approaching. ‘Are you sure they are collectors?’ he asked. ‘Th” >

  2. bat says:

    I wish I knew that spell sometimes. I don’t need help getting into pickles, but the opportunity is always there.

  3. eltf177 says:

    I could see some very interesting uses for this. For one thing keeping track of someone in a large city, just follow the bill collectors!

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