The Netbook of Witches and Warlocks
By Timothy S. Brannan and The Netbook of Witches and Warlocks Team
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Enchantment Compulsion [Sonic]
Level: Witch 1, Sorcerer/Wizard 2, Bard 1
Casting Time: 1 Action
Range: 50 ft
Target, Effect, Area: Close (10ft.)
Duration: 1 spoken sentence per 3 levels
Saving Throw: Will halves bonus
Spell Resistance: Yes
This spell enables the caster to lie so convincingly that anyone within range will believe anything she says, unless of course their senses tell them otherwise.
This spell grants a +10 bonus on a single Charisma check, as long as what is said is limited to one sentence for every two levels. The material component of this spell is a holly berry, which juices must cover the surface of the tongue.
Note: Using an Intimidate check generally requires a single sentence "Give me the map or I'll tear your eyes out". Using a Perform check to dazzle the audience with a song will create an extraordinary effect for the first few lines depending on the casters level, but the audiences interest fades after that. However, using this with a Bluff check requiring multiple sentences makes things more complicated. Here's an example.
Example: Janix the 1st level Witch has broken into an alchemist's shop when the town guard comes in. She casts Silver Tongue in hopes of getting out of the situation.
are you doing?· (The spell takes effect) here.
-Oh, I'm the new cleaning person (Bluff check= 10+Charisma mod+ranks) (spell effect ends)
-Oh yea, how long have you worked here? (Bluff check=Charisma mod+ranks)·
-Oh, just hired yesterday·
-That seems awfully suspicious, who are you really?
If the wearer of a ring of truth is listening to you then the words of the lie are not heard, thus indirectly revealing the lie to the ring user.
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