Magic Secret (3.5e Feat)
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Magic Secret [Magical]
Your magic is tied to a secret, making your spells harder to dispel.
Because all of your magic is tied to a secret, those not knowing this secret find it harder to unravel your spells. The difficulty of any dispel check against your spells is 15 + your caster level instead of the normal 10 + caster level. However, anyone who knows your magical secret will automatically succeed in any dispel check against your magic.
The effects of your spells are not changed in any way. The feat affects all of your spells from the moment you learn it; you cannot avoid using it.
A magical secret can be most anything, but it must be something that is possible to figure out. A secret name, your birthday, the name of your mentor or patron, the fact that you are of a strange race or parentage, your gender (or lack thereof), the true color of your hair; all are possible spell secrets. A creature can find out that you have this feat with a Spellcraft roll of DC 20 against one of your spells, or by researching your background and making a Knowledge (Local) skill roll against a DC of 20, or with a Bardic Knowledge roll against a DC of 20. This will not tell them what your exact secret is, however (although an additional Bardic Knowledge roll against a DC of 30 will). If a creature thinks that they know your secret they can concentrate upon it whilst attempting to dispel one of your spells; if they guess correctly they will automatically succeed and know this to be the case.
- Author: Carl Cramér © Carl Cramér 2001 This feat is from the NBoF, please see NBoF Credits.
- Revised by the Netbook of Feats Review Board
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