Ignite (3.5e Spell)
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|Level:||Sor/Wiz 0, ArcPyro 2|
|Casting time:||swift action|
|Range:||Long (400 Feet)|
|Target:||Up to 100 flammable objects + 50/level|
|Saving Throw:||If the object targeted is on a creature, the creature is allowed a reflex save (DC 15, always) or catch fire next round.|
"You snap your fingers, and in an instant, a hundred flickering tounges of flame appear in front of you. Soon, the entire area is ablaze."
This is a minor spell with untold usefulness. With a snap of your fingers, you can light the entire area ablaze. The fire remains until put out. Unfortunately, this only creates a spark, not a fire. The fire is entirely nonmagical. So, for example, you could attempt to light a gnoll (with fur and clothing, both flammable) easily, but employing this against something like a dragon (without fur, clothing, or anything else flammable on it) would fail.
 Material Component
a piece of flint