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Glory of the Chrysanthemum Throne

Glory of the Chrysanthemum Throne Spell9

Rare Conjuration Good Incapacitation

Traditions divine, primal

Cast [three-actions] material, somatic, verbal

Range 500 feet; Area 20-foot radius, 80-foot-tall cylinder

Duration sustained up to 1 minute


You create a gleaming petal throne of crystal and gold formed in the likeness of an unfolding chrysanthemum that gleams with bright light equivalent to a continual flame spell heightened to this spell’s level. Innumerable ghostly blossoms float throughout the air in the area, harmlessly around nonevil creatures, but exploding in deadly shards in the presence of evil. Evil creatures entering or beginning their turn in the area take 5d6 good damage every round and must attempt a Fortitude save. On a failure, a creature becomes sickened 2 (sickened 4 on a critical failure). Additionally, targets of ranged attacks are concealed to an evil creature while the creature is in the area.

You may designate yourself or another creature within range as the rightful regent to sit upon the royal seat. As long as the designated creature remains seated on the throne, it gains a +2 status bonus to Charisma checks. Also, blossoms of celestial crystal swarm around the throne, making the seated creature concealed against melee attacks, and hidden against ranged attacks.

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