Prismatic Aura (3.5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 action|
|Range:||Personal or touch|
|Target:||You or creature touched|
|Saving Throw:||Will negates (harmless)|
|Spell Resistance:||Yes (harmless)|
The target is suffused in a shimmering aura of rainbow colors. This aura renders the subject impervious to various forms of magical and mundane attacks. The aura has 7 colors present, the same as a prismatic wall spell. Prismatic aura offers protection in three different ways:
The aura automatically negates the ray effects of a prismatic spray spell, though each time a ray is negated the same color of light is removed from the aura.
The aura automatically negates the prismatic effects of a prismatic wall or prismatic sphere spell on a color for color basis, though each color negated is also removed from the prismatic aura. Though does not remove the color effects of the wall or sphere, it allows the subject to pass through the barrier without suffering the aforementioned effects. Passing through a wall or sphere with all its colors intact would require a completely intact aura, and would remove all elements of that aura as soon as the subject has passed through.
The aura offers protection to the same attacks described under the separate colors of prismatic wall' (though creatures touching the aura are not subject to the effects of those colors). Each time a specific attack is negated, the color that attack is listed under is removed from the aura. If an attack falls under multiple descriptions, the attack removes only the color that most closely describes it. (For instance, power word kill, a mind-affecting spell, would potentially be stopped by the blue and indigo colors. If both colors are present, the spell would negate the blue aura, because it specifically blocks mental attacks.)
As with a prismatic wall, the separate colors of prismatic aura can be destroyed color by color in any order by the magical effects listed under the spell description.