3e SRD:Instant Summons
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|This material is published under the OGL 1.0a.
|V, S, M
|One object weighing up to 10 lb. whose longest dimension is 6 ft. or less
|Permanent until discharged
The character calls some nonliving item from virtually any location directly to the character's hand.
First, the character places his or her arcane mark on the item. Then the character casts this spell, which magically and invisibly inscribes the name of the item on a gem worth at least 1,000 gp. Thereafter, the character can summon the item by speaking a special word (set by the character when the spell is cast) and crushing the gem. The item appears instantly in the character's hand. Only the character can use the gem in this way.
If the item is in the possession of another creature, the spell does not work, but the character knows who the possessor is and roughly where he, she, or it is located when the summons is cast.
The inscription on the gem is invisible. It is also unreadable, except by means of a read magic spell, to anyone but the character.
The item can be summoned from another plane, but only if no other creature has claimed ownership of it.
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