New Life (3.5e Epic Spell)
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|Components:||V, S, M|
|Casting time:||4 hours|
|Range:||Close (25 ft. +5 ft./2 levels)|
|To Develop:||XP cost:300,000, 30 days|
As you start casting the spell, the sample creature becomes paralyzed, and, as the casting ends, it gaining new memories and form. The creature forgets its old life and receives fake memories determined by you. The spell won't make the creature forget its skills or knowledge (though it won't remember how it learned them). You can alter the creature's form as you wish (you can change its type, size and gender, and can determine precisely its physical appearance), however its ability scores remain the same (there are two excludes: if you changes its size, its ability scores will change respectively to the size change, and, if, due to having its type changes, one of the creature's ability scores don't fit it anymore (like the intelligence score of creature you change from Animal type to Humanoid type) you can change it, to a degree, so it will fit). The creature keeps all its qualities (unless one of its changes annuls its ability to use them, like flight through wings the creature no longer have, attacks with limbs that were altered and are no longer capable of causing such damage etc.), however, as it doesn't remember it has them, it will have to discover (re-discover) them in order to knowingly use them. The spell's effect can be reversed only by using a Greater Wish spell or equal/stronger similar effects.
Material Component: A sample of the base creature