spell Spiritual Chariot


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Nicolas Bertin (1667/1668–1736) Title: Phaéton on the Chariot of Apollo

Nicolas Bertin (1667/1668–1736) Title: Phaéton on the Chariot
of Apollo

Compendium, p. 202)

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Conjuration (Creation)

Paladin 2, Blackguard 3,
Components: V, S, DF,
Casting Time: 1 standard action
Range: Close (25 ft. + 5 ft./2 levels)
Target: One special mount
Duration: 1 hour/level
Saving Throw: None
Spell Resistance: No

You cast this spell,
and a large and ornate chariot made of transparent, faintly glowing azure energy
forms behind your special mount.

You conjure a chariot of
force. When the chariot appears, your special mount is correctly harnessed to
it. The chariot can hold one Medium creature or two small creatures plus the
driver (usually the Paladin).

Although the chariot seems
large and sturdy, it and its occupants have no weight for the purpose of the
mount’s load, so the mount can travel at full speed. If the chariot is ever
unhitched from the special mount, it disappears. The driver of the spiritual
chariot gains a +4 sacred bonus on Handle
checks. The chariot is made of magical force and has immunity to
most types of damage. It interacts with other spells just as a wall
of force
does. Those in the chariot have cover based on their size and the
position of their attackers. In most situations, Medium creatures inside the
chariot gain cover.

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