OGC:Form Bloodstone (3.5e Spell)
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|Components:||V, S, M|
|Casting time:||1 action|
You can imprint a ruby with a bloodtrace for later use.
This ritual imprints a ruby with a record of a bloodtrace. You must first cast detect bloodtrace; once you have isolated a particular trace, you may cast this spell to store the trace within the stone. From that point on, you may use detect bloodtrace to gain information from the stone, just as if you still had access to a fresh bloodstain. This is typically used in conjunction with the Confirm Identity function of detect bloodtrace; an investigator will take a blood sample from a suspect and compare it to the aura of the stone. It is also required for follow the bloody trail, which allows an inquisitor to track a creature using the stored trace.
Material Component(s): The material component of this spell is a small ruby with a minimum value of 25 gp. A ruby can only hold one imprint.
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