Create Synthetic Soul (3.5e Spell)
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|Level:||Bnd 9, Clr 9, Scr/Wiz 9|
|Components:||XP, V, S, M, F|
|Casting time:||25 days|
|Target, or Effect:||See Text|
The process of creating a Synthetic Soul is harsh and difficult. With a fully-equipped laboratory and many, many, resources one can hope to achieve the creation of such a Primal force.
When one begin casting the spell, he must choose a creature (Human, elf, etc.) the base creature can have no more HD than the caster level of the Creator (although the Synthetic Soul can later gain level by himself).
After the long casting of the spell, the new soul is created. Apply the Synthetic Soul soul template on the base creature.
The new soul created is trapped inside the diamond used in the casting, the spell does not create a body for the soul, the body must be acquired by other mean. A synthetic soul can be placed in a dead body by casting Raise Dead on the body and using the Diamond with the Synthetic Soul in it instead of the creature soul. Also the Clone spell can be used to create a body but it must be used at the start of the spell, then the clone will develop himself into a different being. If used this way, the creator can specify the creature grow rate to adulthood. Instant 1 week equal one year, Fast One month equal one year, Normal One year equal one year or Slow One year equal one month.
The creature start with any Racial HD of the base creature. You cannot insert a Troll Synthetic Soul into a human body, the base creature Synthetic Soul and body must be the same.
Material Component: Raw Soulstuff (10,000 gp), Rare Herbs (1000 gp) a High-Quality Diamond (1000 gp per HD of the base creature)
Focus: A fully-equipped Laboratory.
XP Cost: 1000 XP + 100 XP per creature HD
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