Stylize Spell (3.5e Feat)
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Stylize Spell [Metamagic]
You can add illusionary elements to your spells that make them more spectacular, in order to impress people.
Access to the illusion school (or a lack of prohibition against using it)
You can subtly change the appearance, sound, taste and smell of spells you cast. The changes to the spell must not have any appreciable game effect outside of making the caster seem impressive. For instance, making a wall of fire appear as something that isn't hot and dangerous would be out of the question, but having it whisper your name would be acceptable. The effects of this spell should never make something dangerous seem less so or something safe seem dangerous. It should never change the apparent area of effect of the spell, disguise the spell in any way, or simulate the appearance of another spell. The particulars can be changed at the whim of the caster and could be different each time they cast the spell. A Stylized Spell uses up a spell slot of the same level as the original spell.
The DM should be careful not to allow the caster to gain a practical benefit from this feat aside from personal reactions of spectators. This feat is purely for roleplaying purposes and has no combat effect.
- Author: Sigfried Trent © Sigfried Trent 2001 This feat is from the NBoF, please see NBoF Credits.
- Revised by the Netbook of Feats Review Board
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