Alignment of Acamar (4e Ritual)
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Alignment of Acamar
At last the stars are right, and using this ritual, you will cause a piece of the corpse star to manifest in the world.
Special: This ritual can only be performed when the stars are properly aligned in a conjunction with the Corpse Star, an event that happens every 127 years, 2 months and 18 days.
This ritual summons a mote of blackness that drags everything near it into its darkness, consuming it utterly and growing in power as it does so. The mote of blackness is medium size when you summon it. As the mote consumes more and more material, it gradually begins to grow.
While it is medium, the mote has an aura 20. Each creature and object within the aura is pulled 4 squares at the start of its turn, and moving away from the mote within the aura costs an extra square of movement per square that the creature or object leaves. Any creature or object that enters or starts its turn in a square adjacent to the mote takes 3d10+10 points of damage. A creature or object that enters or starts its turn in the mote's square takes 5d10+20 points of damage and is immobilized (save ends); First failed save: the target is instead restrained (save ends); Second failed save: the target is crushed to death. If not specifically fed, the mote will grow to large size in 1d10 years.
While the mote is large, its aura increases to 40, its pull increases to 5 squares, and its damage increases to 4d10+15 for adjacent creatures, or 10d8+20 for creatures in the mote's space. If not specifically fed, the mote will grow to huge size in an additional 10d10 years.
While the mote is huge, its aura increases to 60, its pull increases to 6 squares, leaving a square moving away from the mote costs an extra 2 squares of movement, and its damage increases to 6d10+20 for adjacent creatures, or 10d10+30 for creatures in the mote's space. If not specifically fed, the mote will grow to gargantuan size in an additional 2d10 centuries.
While the mote is gargantuan, its aura increases to 80, its pull increases to 8 squares and leaving a square moving away from the mote costs an extra 3 squares of movement. Some mad astronomer-warlocks theorize that such a mote would continue to slowly grow, becoming ever more powerful as it did so.
Dispelling a mote created by this ritual is extremely difficult.
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