Toads to Stones
The retreating druid Fellhorn threw the spell casually over his shoulder.
Suddenly the trailing bugbears cursed and hurled insults. The druid snickered.
Thudding hooves could be heard and the druid grimaced.
A centaur! Of course the stones now turned to squirming toads would be easy for the quadruped to navigate through. Fellhorn stealed himself and whirled around. The centaur would be easier to face than a gang of bugbear marauders.
The elf ranger appeared and snapped off a couple of arrows.
‘About time!’ Fellhorn shouted.
‘Blame that gnome! He’s still dawdling,’ the elf replied.
Stones to Toads (Druid)
Range: 30’x30′ area of ground (+5’/level)
Duration: One round per level of caster.
Cast in areas with many rocks this spell causes all stones in the affected area to become squirming slimy toads. These amphibians are not poisonous and do not attacks, yet they slow movement down to one half with a tripping risk for any biped trying to walk through the writhing mass. (roll 1d6, character falls on a 4,5 or 6)