Perfect Illusory Self (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 minute|
|Components:||Somatic, Verbal, Material (mirror shard)|
|Duration:||Concentration, up to 1 hour|
You create a perfect illusion that is nigh impossible to discern and bind the illusion to the subject of this spell, allowing for a perfect disguise.
The caster (or subject) chooses the image to be projected onto the subject in their mind (in the event that they are in disagreement, the caster's image is the one projected). The image must retain basic creature type (i.e. bipeds cannot be illusioned as quadrupeds) and limb structure (wings can be illusioned, but are not functional) and size cannot change more than one size category larger. Size category cannot change to be smaller.
Upon being touched, the creature touching the subject of this spell must succeed at an Intelligence check against the spell's save DC. If successful, the illusion vanishes from their perception. If desired, a creature may spend a full minute examining the subject of the spell to make the same check. Upon being viewed under a detect magic spell, the subject glows with a faint aura (aura is equivalent to a standard +1 enchantment).