Gift (3.5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 Standard Action|
|Range:||Close (25ft. + 5ft./2 levels)|
|Effect:||Creates a Shadow Object|
|Duration:||1 hour / level|
|Saving Throw:||Will Disbelief (if interacted with)|
Create an shadowy weapon or object.
This spell creates a shadow illusion of an object which cannot be larger than 10 cubic feet. The most common application of the spell is to create a weapon of some sort. Only one weapon can be created with a single casting, even if the weapon is less than the maximum volume.
The caster could create a wall to protect himself/herself, or block a hallway, or could create a bridge to span a crevice or pit. The shadow object is quasi-real, and even if disbelieved, it still exists but only has half the durability of the object it imitates.
Shadow Weapons do not grant the wielder an enhancement bonus, but act as +1 magic weapon for purposes of bypassing damage reduction. If Shadow Weapons are disbelieved, they only do half damage. For example, if an opponent disbelieves a shadow longsword, it will still take damage, but only half of the 1d8 roll. (Any Strength bonuses or other damage modifiers still apply).
This spell can only be cast using the 6 of Cups as a focus.