Pearl Shape (3.5e Spell)
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|Level:||Clr3, Drd3, Sor/Wiz4|
|Casting time:||1 standard action|
[[3e Summary::You may shape and craft pearl and shell of the same type to form a variety of shapes.]] This effect only works on unattended pearl or shell. When used in conjunction with a Craft skill to form equipment or tools, no material is lost if the check result fails. Achieving fine detail is possible with this spell. This spell can be used to form any equipment that is normally made of steel, as well as repair broken or damaged equipment.
Focus: A single pearl (of the pearl type to be molded) worth at least 50. This pearl is not consumed in the process.
 Practical Application of Pearl Shape
While using steel is common above land, what is a marine or aquatic campaign going to do? Wood doesn't last long without rotting, and steel rusts easily. Leather might work for a while, but as armor, its constricting underwater. Pearl fills the gap of a hard, available material, but it is not easily workable. This spell allows the caster to form and shape pearl into a variety of forms, from axe-heads, to full plate mail. Pearl has a hardness of 8 unless it is tempered by the pearl harden spell.
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