Misrepresentation Of Being
The elf ranger moped back into camp.
‘Why so glum?’ the gnome illusionist asked.
‘Ah, nothing. Just that Gerron the merchant dislikes elves and wouldn’t sell a few items to me,’ the elf replied.
Fellhorn and the gnome exchanged glances. Both grinned.
‘I’ll be right back,’ the gnome said and scampered off.
The ranger looked puzzled.
‘When one of us is snubbed we all are, we are a team,’ the druid said.
A half an hour later the gnome returned grinning broadly.
‘What happened?’ the elf asked.
‘Well, it seems that Gerron suddenly believed he was an ogre and he began tearing up his own market stall and it took three city guardsmen to subdue him,’ the illusionist replied.
‘I’ll drink to that,’ Fellhorn said as he grabbed a bottle to share with his fellow adventurers.
Misrepresentation of Being (Illusionist)
Duration: One hour/level of caster.
A dastardly spell, Misrepresentation of Being causes the target to believe that he or she is another type of sentient being if the target of the spell fails a standard Save versus Magic. This is usually used to make a brave person feel that they are a goblin or kobold or similar small creature or to cause a person to feel that he or she is an ogre or giant. No magical abilities are granted by this spell nor do any attributes change, the target of the spell only sees themselves as another type of sentient creature.