3e SRD:Invisibility (Spell)
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|This material is published under the OGL 1.0a.|
|Level:||Brd 2, Sor/Wiz 2, Trickery 2|
|Components:||V, S, M/DF|
|Casting time:||1 action|
|Range:||Personal or touch|
|Target:||The character or a creature or object weighing no more than 100 lb./level|
|Duration:||10 minutes/level (D)|
|Saving Throw:||None or Will negates (harmless, object)|
|Spell Resistance:||No or Yes (harmless, object)|
The creature or object touched vanishes from sight, even from darkvision. If the recipient is a creature carrying gear, the gear vanishes, too. If the character casts the spell on someone else, neither the character nor the character's allies can see the subject, unless the character can normally see invisible things or employ magic to do so.
Items dropped or put down by an invisible creature become visible; items picked up disappear if tucked into the clothing or pouches worn by the creature. Light, however, never becomes invisible, although a source of light can become so (thus, the effect is that of a light with no visible source). Any part of an item that the subject carries but that extends more than 10 feet from it becomes visible, such as a trailing rope.
The subject is not magically silenced, and certain other conditions can render the recipient detectable (such as stepping in a puddle). The spell ends if the subject attacks any creature. For purposes of this spell, an "attack" includes any spell targeting a foe or whose area or effect includes a foe. (Exactly who is a foe depends on the invisible character's perceptions.) Actions directed at unattended objects do not break the spell. Causing harm indirectly is not an attack. If the subject attacks directly it immediately becomes visible along with all its gear. Note that spells such that specifically affect allies but not foes are not attacks for this purpose, even when they include foes in their area.
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