Far Touch Spell (3.5e Feat)
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Far Touch Spell [Metamagic]
After set-up, you can cast a touch spell on a willing creature at long range.
Benefit: Casting a far touch spell is a two-step process that may only be used on a willing target and may only be used with touch spells. First you tag the spell's eventual target by touching them and naming the spell. The spell is not yet cast, but this is a standard action that provokes an attack of opportunity. Thereafter you may cast this spell upon the target so long as they are within long range (400 feet + 40 feet per level). You may only have one tag active at a given time, even if you have more that one spell prepared with this feat. The tag effect ends when you cast the spell, or make a different tag, or when you renew your spells for the day. A far touch spell uses up a spell slot one level higher than the spell's actual level.
Normal: You must touch the target to cast a spell whose range is touch.
Special: You can gain this feat multiple times. Each time allows you to have an additional tag active simultaneously.
- Author: John O. Lamping © John O. Lamping 2001 This feat is from the NBoF, please see NBoF Credits.
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