Stone Wyvern

Illusionist - SpellDetail

V, S
Casting Time:
2 segments
Saving Throw:
Area of Effect:
One creature
By means of this spell the illusionist at- tempts to captivate the subject creature’s attention and gain its love, friendship, and/or obedience. The spell creates an illusion around the spell caster so that he or she becomes, in the eyes of the subject, a trusted and/or desired companion. Unless a saving throw versus spell is successful, the subject will follow the illusionist wherever he or she goes, if possible without undue risk to life and safety. If the illusionist is able to converse with the fascinated creature, the subject will obey requests from the spell caster as long as a roll of 3d6 per request does not exceed the comeliness of the illusionist. (Requests which are obviously against the better interests of the creature add +1 to the dice roll, and the more haz- ardous and unreasonable of these requests will add from +2 to +6 to the dice roll.) The spell is shattered whenever comeliness is exceeded, and the subject will certainly be filled with rage and hate. Creatures of normal sort with animal intelligence will remain fascinated for only a short period of time (1-4 days), but if the illusionist has been careful to treat the subject well, attend to its needs, and feed it, there is a 2% chance per point of comeliness of the illusionist that the subject will willingly choose to be- friend and follow him or her. Otherwise, the creature will attack (if it was not cared for) or leave (if it was cared for) when the spell wears off. Non- intelligent creatures are not subject to a fascinate spell (cf. charm person).