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Prismatic Spray

Iris here, with humid bow. Arthur Rackham, from Comus, by John  Milton, New York, London, 1921. Prismatic Spray
Iris here, with humid bow. Arthur Rackham, from Comus, by John Milton, New York, London, 1921.

This spell causes seven shimmering, intertwined, multicolored beams of light to spray from your hand.

This material is Open Game Content, and is licensed for public use under the terms of the Open Game License v1.0a.

Evocation

Level Sorcerer/Wizard 7
Components V, S
Casting Time 1 standard action
Range 60 ft.
Area Cone-shaped burst
Duration Instantaneous
Saving Throw See text
Spell Resistance Yes

Each beam has a different power. Creatures in the area of the spell with 8 HD or less are automatically blinded for 2d4 rounds. Every creature in the area is randomly struck by one or more beams, which have additional effects.

1d8Color of BeamEffect
1Red20 points fire damage (Reflex half)
2Orange40 points acid damage (Reflex half)
3Yellow80 points electricity damage (Reflex half)
4GreenPoison (Kills; Fortitude partial, take 1d6 points of Constitution damage instead)
5BlueTurned to stone (Fortitude negates)
6IndigoInsane, as insanity spell (Will negates).
7VioletSent to another plane (Will negates)
8Struck by two rays; roll twice more, ignoring any “8” results
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