Zone of Disbelief
‘Is this going to work?’ Fellhorn asked the gnome.
‘No problem,’ the small illusionist replied.
As the prince’s mouthpiece began his speech regarding the prince’s innocence in the recent killing of a rare creature in the nearby forest the gathered peasants began to grumble amongst themselves.
Fellhorn smiled as he saw the prince’s spokesman began to get nervous as the crowd turned against him.
‘So he is innocent?’ the gnome asked later.
‘I am not sure, I just despise him,’ Fellhorn said. ‘And the crowd turning against the royal speaker was superb.’
Zone of Disbelief (Illusionist)
Duration: One turn (ten minutes).
This spell is a double edged sword for illusionists to know as more than one has found a knife in their back for casting this spell in the wrong place at the wrong time. When cast, this spell creates a zone around the caster that causes anyone speaking to be generally disbelieved by a crowd, even if the person is telling the truth. While often used to discredit a particular orator this spell also has the ability to cause those affected to disbelieve illusions cast by other illusionists the same level or lower than the caster of this spell (+2 to save). This does not make others who cast illusions happy.