Graviton Lance (3.5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 standard action|
|Saving Throw:||Fortitude half and none (see text)|
Concentrating a font of invisible, yet intensely heavy arcane power between your palms, you release the gathered energy within a transparent line of force that ripples through the battlefield unseen. Any creature caught within the gravity lance takes 1d6 points of force damage per 2 caster levels.
Furthermore, for the next 2 rounds, everywhere within a 10-foot-radius cilinder centered around the 120-foot line of the spell becomes an area of subjective directional gravity traveling along the path of the graviton lance. Any creature or object caught within it will fall in the direction the graviton lance was fired at unless they can fly, climb, tether or adhere themselves to any solid surface nearby (such as with a hookshot or spider climb spell, or manipulate their airborne trajectory in some other way (such as with parachutes, sails, a float spell, etcetera).
A horizontally released graviton lance will be able to make creatures fall down a straight corridor and smash into walls. Any creature made to fall horizontally by this spell can attempt to catch themselves on any nearby floor or ceiling as if it was a wall (see Climb for more details on climbing and breaking one's fall).
A graviton lance pointed vertically or diagonally skywards will fling any ungirded and untethered creatures or objects up in the air, making them fall from the effective height of where the lance ends. Depending on the angle of the lance, creatures or objects can be made to fly in an arc up to a maximum of 500 feet away horizontally from the starting point.
You are immune to your own graviton lance unless you choose to be subjected to it.
|Article Balance||High +|
|Component||V + and S +|
|Identifier||3.5e Spell +|
|Level||Sorcerer/Wizard 4 +|
|Summary||Creates a line of gravity force that nearby creatures will fall after. +|
|Title||Graviton Lance +|