3e SRD:Transmute Rock to Mud
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|Level:||Drd 5, Sor/Wiz 5|
|Components:||V, S, M/DF|
|Casting time:||1 action|
|Range:||Medium (100 ft. + 10 ft./level)|
|Area:||Up to two 10-ft. cubes/level (S)|
|Duration:||Permanent (see text)|
|Saving Throw:||See text|
This spell turns natural, uncut or unworked rock of any sort into an equal volume of mud. Magical or enchanted stone is not affected by the spell. The depth of the mud created cannot exceed 10 feet. Creatures unable to levitate, fly, or otherwise free themselves from the mud sink until hip- or chest-deep, reducing their speed to 5 feet and giving them 2 penalties on attack rolls and AC. Brush thrown atop the mud can support creatures able to climb on top of it. Creatures large enough to walk on the bottom can wade through the area at a speed of 5 feet.
If transmute rock to mud is cast upon the ceiling of a cavern or tunnel, the mud falls to the floor and spreads out in a pool at a depth of 5 feet. The falling mud and the ensuing cave-in deal 8d6 points of damage to anyone caught directly beneath the area, or half damage to those who succeed at Reflex saves.
Castles and large stone buildings are generally immune to the effects of the spell, since transmute rock to mud cant affect worked stone and doesn't reach deep enough to undermine such buildings foundations. However, small buildings or structures often rest upon foundations shallow enough to be damaged or even partially toppled by this spell.
The mud remains until a successful dispel magic or transmute mud to rock spell restores its substancebut not necessarily its form. Evaporation turns the mud to normal dirt over a period of days. The exact time depends on exposure to the sun, wind, and normal drainage.
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