Stone Wyvern

Illusionist - SpellDetail

V, S, M
1 “/level
Casting Time:
4 segments
1 turn/level
Saving Throw:
Area of Effect:
1” radius per level of caster
When a vacancy spell is cast, the illusionist causes an area to appear to be vacant, neglected, and unused. Those who behold the area will see dust on the floor, cobwebs, dirt, or any other condition which would be typical of a long-abandoned place. If they pass through the area of spell effect, they will seemingly leave tracks, tear away cobwebs, and so on. Unless they actually contact some object cloaked by the spell, the place will seem empty of what it actually con- tains. Merely brushing some invisible object will not cause the vacancy spell to be disturbed, and only forceful contact will allow any chance to note that all is not as it seems. The spell is a very powerful combination of advanced invisibility/illusion, but it can cloak only non-living things. Living things will not be invisible, but their presence does not otherwise disturb the spell. If forceful contact with a cloaked object occurs, those creatures subject to the dweomer will be able to penetrate the spell only if they discover several items which they cannot “see”; each is then en- titled a saving throw versus spell. Failure indicates a belief that the ob- jects only are invisible. A dispel illusion or dispel magic spell will remove the dweomer, so that the actual area can be viewed as it is in reality. True seeing, a gem of seeing, and similar effects can penetrate the deception, but detect invisibility cannot. The illusionist must have a square of finest black silk to effect this spell. This material component must be of not less than 100 gp value.