Divine Ruin (3.5e Epic Spell)

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Seed:Divine Ruin
Evocation [Divine and Arcane]
Spellcraft DC: 50
Components: VS
Casting time: 1 Action
Range: 1 mile
Target, Effect, or Area: All within burst area.
Duration: Instantaneous
Saving Throw: none
Spell Resistance: none

Using Divine and Arcane Magic, a mystic theurge can expend their spells to create a massive burst of energy.

For each spell used in the creation of the spell adds that spell level to damage on all living and non-living creatures in the affected radius. (so adding a 4th level spell will add a +4 to damage against everything.) This includes you and your party. you can add a +DC based on the character levels you want the spell to ignore.( a 34 level fighter would add a +34 DC to the cost)-Wolfinato



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