[New Spell] Beast into Buffalo

Beast Into Buffalo

Knat the druidess eyed the band of ruffians who numbered no more than six, yet looked like trouble. She looked at the cat in the satchel resting on her hip.

‘Ready for action?’ she asked. The cat looked up impassively.

One of the bandits cackled.

With a glare Knat intoned a spell before the men could act.

Cat suddenly became towering buffalo, staring back at the men. Knat climbed onto the beast’s back.

‘Shall we pass?’ she asked.

The leader of the group shrugged, deflated by this turn of events.

‘You shall pass.’

Beast Into Buffalo (Druid)

Level 5

Range: Touch

Duration: One day per level of caster.

This transformation spell must be cast upon a non-magical creature of animal level intelligence, most commonly used are cats or dogs. This spell causes the target to shift its form into that of a huge bison or buffalo that can carry up to 500 lbs on its back and travel tirelessly for eight hours. At the end of the spell the creature is returned unharmed to its original form. This magical bison obeys commands without hesitation and has the following qualities:

Move 120′ (40′), 8HD, DMG-2d6 (gore or stomp), Morale 12

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2 Responses to [New Spell] Beast into Buffalo

  1. Dave Tackett says:

    An interesting and useful spell (like most of them here). Although this spell is completely unrelated to it, I can’t help but think of “never forget Wizard Baruffio, who said ‘s’ instead of ‘f ’ and found himself on the floor with a buffalo on his chest” from Harry Potter. 🙂

    • bat says:

      Thank you for the comment! I have to admit, I never read the Potter books, I am more of a CAS and Leiber reader, but I might pick them up to give a gander.

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