[New Spell] Mark of the Moon

Mark of the Moon

 

‘Knat the druidess sat with her sometime adventuring companions in the tavern called The Bewildered Basilisk in a seaside town.

Well boys, I’ve learned another spell, it might come in handy in the wild,’ she said.

With a snap pf her fingers she began to glow with a silvery light.

‘Ah, handy, I can now read my spellbook in this dim light,’ Chalk commented.

‘Chalk…..’ Valance said. ‘We have bigger problems than the lighting.’

Before Koram could draw his sword even two werewolves and a wereboar had revealed themselves.

‘Nice spell, trying to get us all killed?’ growled Chalk before he mumbled a spell.

At that moment, Navnen the thief walked in to join the others, and they all saw a humanoid bear shape glowing over their companion’s form.

‘Uh-oh,’ the thief said.

‘Were you going to tell us at some point?’ Valance asked.

The thief shrugged, then turned into a hulking werebear and knocked a werewolf out of his way.

 

Mark of the Moon (Druid)

Level 3

Range: 40′ radius

Duration: One turn (ten minutes).

When cast this druid spell causes the caster to glow with an eerie silver light. While this light does illuminate an area and allow one to read by the light, it also reveals all lycanthropes within the spell’s radius, creating a ghostly were-form over their physical bodies. All lycanthropic creatures in the light must also make a saving throw against Spells or revert to their hybrid were-form.

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2 Responses to [New Spell] Mark of the Moon

  1. eltf177 says:

    I can see this spell being cast over a city’s gates permanently.

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