[New Spell] Curse of the Burning Building

Curse of the Burning Building

‘Come on inside with your friends, it is chilly this day,’ urged the innkeeper.

‘I believe that I will just wait out here, thank you all the same,’ replied Fellhorn the Druid.

The elf ranger and gnome illusionist snickered a little.

‘No, no, I insist, there is fresh, hot stew inside for you,’ the innkeeper said.

‘I should stay outside, I will be fine,’ Fellhorn countered. Elf and gnome went inside as the innkeeper grabbed a protesting Fellhorn’s arm and pulled him across the threshold of inn.

Small fires began to spontaneously ignite here and there. Innkeeper and druid faced each other.

‘Get out of my inn!’ shouted the innkeeper as the fires began to grow.

‘I tried to tell you!’ Fellhorn said as he through up his arms and hastily left the inn. As soon as he was gone the fires sputtered out.

‘I’ll have the house wine,’ the elf ranger said.

Curse of the Burning Building (Magic-user)

Level 3

Range: Touch.

Duration: One year and one day or until dispelled.

This curse causes the target of the spell to cause any buildings entered to immediately begin to catch on fire. The more flammable objects (a hay barn, a book store) the fast the fire spreads and becomes a conflagaration. For the intent of the spell a lean-to, tent, small stall are not buildings, yet a shed, hovel or tavern would be. A Remove Curse spell will allow the subject to again freely enter buildings.

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2 Responses to [New Spell] Curse of the Burning Building

  1. Kyrinn S Eis says:

    I’ve been away for a while, and I came back in time for a real doozy! Great curse. πŸ˜€

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