3e SRD:Create Sound

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Create Sound
Psychokinesis (Con)
Level: Psion 1
Display: Vi
Range: Close (25 ft. + 5 ft./2 levels)
Effect: Sounds (see text)
Duration: 1 round/level (D)
Saving Throw: None
Power Points: 1

The manifester creates a volume of sound that arises, recedes, approaches, or remains at a fixed place. The character chooses what type of sound the power creates when first manifesting it and cannot thereafter change its basic character. The volume of sound created, however, depends on the character's level. A manifester can produce as much noise as four normal humans per manifester level (maximum twenty humans). The noise produced can be virtually any type of sound within the volume limit. If the sound created is a specific message, only a few words can be created, and they repeat over and over until the duration expires or is dismissed. If the manifester attempts to exactly duplicate the voice of a specific individual, or an inherently terrifying sound, he or she must succeed at a Bluff check with a +2 circumstance bonus opposed by the defender's Sense Motive check to avoid arousing suspicion. Create sound can be used as a basis for control sound effects.



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