Shadow seal (3.5e Equipment)

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Shadow Seal

A shadow seal focuses negative energy. A shadow priest uses it as the focus for his or her spells and abilities. Each shadow seal is uniquely designed by each [[Shadow Priest (3.5e Class)


Profane Shadow Seal

An profane shadow seal is like a shadow seal except that it focuses larger amounts of negative energy, giving shadow priests a +2 bonus on spell attack rolls, supernatural ability checks, spell-like ability checks, and path feature checks.



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