Devil Skin (3.5e Spell)

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Devil Skin
Transmutation [Evil, Devil Lore]
Level: Sor/Wiz 5
Components: V, S, M
Casting time: 1 standard action
Range: Personal
Target: You
Duration: 1 round/lvl
Saving Throw: none
Spell Resistance: no


The caster draws out a contract written in his own blood and some gold coins, which both disappear in a flash of red smoke. The skin of the caster becomes black and leathery.

Devil Skin grants different effects depending on the number of Devil Lore spells active on the caster or cast during the duration of this spell. For each unique Devil Lore spell currently active on the caster (including this spell) as well as cast during the duration of this spell, Devil Skin has the following effects:

Number of Spells Cast Effect
1 Darkvision 60ft.
2 As previous, but See in Darkness (as a devil)
3 As previous, but +4 saves vrs. poison
4 As previous, but +8 saves vrs. poison
5 As previous, but acid and cold resistance 5
6 As previous, but acid and cold resistance 10
7 As previous, but +12 saves vrs. poison
8 As previous, but regeneration 1 - normal damage from good-aligned silvered weapons, and from spells or effects with the good descriptor.
9 As previous, but regeneration 5 instead

Any round in which the caster casts a Devil Lore spell, all other active Devil Lore spells have their duration extended by one round.

Material Component[edit]

A piece of parchment with an unsigned devil's contract written in the blood of the caster as well as 10 gold pieces. The parchment costs 10 gold pieces to prepare in addition to the 10 gold pieces consumed in the casting. It also causes 5 hitpoints to be lost from the caster's total hitpoints, which cannot be destroyed until the material component is destroyed (either physically or during the casting of this spell).



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