Deaf to Metal
Bleary-eyed the elf ranger came downstairs from his room in the cozy in. Everyone else was eating breakfast.
‘Wasn’t there a call to breakfast?’ the elf asked.
‘Yes, didn’t you hear the bell?’ replied Fellhorn the druid.
The elf ranger immediately glared at the gnome illusionist who tried to feign innocence.
‘What did you do?’ demanded the elf.
‘I just tried out a new spell…’, began the gnome.
‘Why don’t you try out your magic on someone else? It is a great way to wake up with less arrows sticking out of you, if you know what I mean,’ the elf threatened as he sat down to eat.
The gnome nodded and cast his head down in mock shame.
‘None of that drama, either, I almost missed breakfast!’ lamented the elf.
Deaf to Metal (Illusionist)
Range: Self or Touch.
Duration: 3d4 hours.
This illusionist spell eradicates the sound of all metal objects for the target. This can be done to oneself or a willing or unwilling subject. The effect can be positive or negative, or both, depending on the situation and what the metal is being used and why (swords striking axes, a lock opening, a whistle, a bell, etc). After 3d4 hours this spell elapses and the target can normally hear metal again.