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- In theory, a miracle spell can do anything, so long as the entity granting it approves. If the cleric casting it has a patron deity, the DM uses whatever information they have on that deity to decide whether the deity would allow that miracle. If the cleric has no patron deity, then the DM decides if there is a powerful entity out there that would be willing to perform that miracle. Keep in mind that the DM has the right to veto any use. But in my own opinion, that seems like the sort of thing a miracle could do...though maybe only to a willing dragon. It IS a dragon, after all. --Daniel Draco 15:41, 18 April 2008 (MDT)