Stone Passage (3.5e Spell)
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|Conjuration [Water, Earth]|
|Level:||Clr 7, Drd 7, Sor/Wiz 7|
|Components:||V, S, M|
|Casting time:||1 standard action|
|Range:||Long (400 ft. + 40 ft./level)|
|Target:||One living creature|
|Duration:||Instantaneous; See text|
|Saving Throw:||Fortitude partial; See text|
You conjure up a mass of salt and minerals inside of a living target's urinary tract and force it to pass the stone immediately. After pointing your finger at a very unlucky living creature, a mass of salts and minerals is formed in the target creature's urinary tract. Moments later, the mass begins to force its way out of the target's urinary tract at a rate of one quarter inch per hour, traveling a total distance of approximately 8" for humanoid males or approximately 2" for humanoid females. Failure on a fortitude saving throw results in the process causing massive amounts of pain and damage. This terrible, unenviable pain in the target manifests as several effects that the subject suffers every turn until the stone is passed out of their urinary tract:
- 1d6 nonlethal damage per caster level per turn (maximum of 20d6).
- The target is exhausted.
- 2d4 piercing and slashing damage to the target creature's urinary tract every turn.
- 1d6 bleeding damage every turn.
- Wracked with enough pain to cause the creature to at least be stunned.
Even if the creature passes the fortitude saving throw, they will still be forced to pass a stone in a mundane way and will still be subjected to all the pain and torment that implies. That torment just won't be magically enhanced.
Material Component: A pinch of salt and a jagged pebble.