Ellamandyr's Hyaline Amulet
|Ellamandyr's Hyaline Amulet|
|Components||A silver necklace (consumed), a wand and a water source|
|Tome||Thee Secrets of Artifyce and Crafte|
The amulet protects the wearer from becoming wet due to rainfall. It does not, however, prevent wetness from jumping into a body of water.
The following skills are used in the stages of this spell:
|Skills||Equal likelihood||Little more likely||Likely to succeed||Very likely to succeed||Almost certainly succeed||Most certainly succeed|
The spell requires a silver necklace to convert into the amulet, a wand (most easily obtained by casting Collatrap's Instant Pickling Stick) and a water source as the target of the spell - this may be a bowl of water, a fountain, or any other water-filled container.
You stir the water carefully with your wand, meditating on the nature of wetness. You concentrate on the nature of vines, forcing the water to rise and twine along the length of your wand. You shape the image of a pendant in your mind, and bind the twining strands of water into a solid form around it. With a flicker of magic, you reshape the silver necklace into a glittering white ribbon and fasten on the newly created pendant.
The delicate hyaline amulet settles in your hands softly, like the first snowfall of winter.
Failure (keeping the silver necklace)
You prepare to cast Ellamandyr's Hyaline Amulet on the large tankard of water. You stir the water carefully with your wand, meditating on the nature of wetness. You concentrate on the nature of vines, forcing the water to rise and twine along the length of your wand. You shape the image of a pendant in your mind, and bind the twining strands of water into a solid form around it. The silver necklace resists being so discarded so casually. You hastily release the spell.
What the target sees
What others see
- The amulet does not drain any GP when worn.
- The amulet will last around one disc year, at which point it will disappear and a new one will need to be made.