spell Silver Tongue

Silver
Tongue

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Lie

Enchantment
Compulsion [Sonic]

Level:
Witch
1
, Sorcerer/Wizard 2, Bard
1

Components: V
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.

-What
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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