Ghost Spell (3.5e Feat)
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Ghost Spell [Metamagic]
You can cast spells that are especially effective against incorporeal opponents.
Benefit: Any spell with a damage descriptor prepared as a ghost spell is fully effective against corporeal and incorporeal opponents. An incorporeal creature struck by a ghost spell suffers the normal damage inflicted by the spell and does not have a 50% change to ignore this damage. A ghost spell uses up a spell slot one level higher that the spell’s normal level.
Normal: Incorporeal creatures have a 50% chance to ignore spells cast from a corporeal source unless the spell has a force effect.
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