Advancing Wall (3.5e Feat)

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Author: Leziad (talk)
Date Created: 12th January 2016
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Advancing Wall [Metamagic] Benefit: This metamagic feat may only be apply to wall spells, such as wall of fire or wall of ice. A spell modified with this metamagic must be made into a vertical wall rather than hemisphere or ring. Upon casting the modified spell you must specify a direction, the wall will advance 20 ft toward that direction at the end of each of your turn.

If the wall can be passed through, it simply move over the creature, causing all the normal effect as if the creature passed through the wall itself.

If the wall if solid, such as a wall of force or wall of ice, it will attempt a Bull Rush against every creature it come in contact with when advancing. For the purpose of the Bull Rush it count as huge creature and use your caster level + casting ability modifier rather than it own Strength modifier. If it succeed in Bull Rushing it will bring the creature to the end of it movement, if it fail the wall do not advance past the creature this turn. No matter if it succeed or not, the affected creatures still suffer full consequences from being in contact with the wall.

If applied without preparation, this feat doesn't modify the casting time of the ability. A advancing wall uses up a spell slot one level higher than the spell’s actual level. You may increase the metamagic modifier of Advancing Wall, for each +1 increase the speed of the wall increase y 20 feet.

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Article BalanceHigh +
AuthorLeziad +
Identifier3.5e Feat +
PrerequisiteNone +
RatingUndiscussed +
SummaryYou make your wall speed slowly move in a direction of your choice. +
TitleAdvancing Wall +
TypeMetamagic +