Archive for September 20th, 2010

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L5R JYTB Campaign Report 19

20 September, 2010

From the Capital to the Wall Above the Ocean

Our heroes return (from the Crab, Monkey and Scorpion lands) to the Capitol, where the magistrate Doji Akira awaits them, his yoriki.  They spend the first night catching up, and meet the new Kitsune, before being called before Doji Akira.  There they are informed that they will be escorting Seppun Keikyoku, Seppun priest and scholar to Shinden Asahina and wherever else he needs to go.  They have a few days of their own in the capitol.

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New Spell – Heal Scar

20 September, 2010

The aged healer knelt down by the young girl, her face and arm horrible  scarred from when he family’s house had burned.  “Close you eyes, child, and thank the Lord of All Cures,” he said and began to pray.  As we watched, a soft blue glow touches the scar and like cloth unraveling they were gone replaced by healthy skin.

Heal Scar

School conjuration (healing); Level Clr 3, Drd 4
Components V, S, DF
Casting Time 3 full rounds
Range touch
Target living creature touched
Duration instantaneous
Saving Throw fortitude negates (harmless); Spell Resistance yes (harmless)

This spell is a minor and specialized version of regeneration that fully removes all scars, burn marks and other disfigurements caused by injury or disease. Small scars are removed instantaneously, extensive damage (such as full body burn scarring) can take up to ten rounds. It can be fully controlled to remove some scars and leave others. Properly applied, it can also be used to remove tattoos.

Heal Scar also cures 1d8 points of damage + 1 point per caster level (maximum +15).

Notes: Another “should there not be a spell that does X?” spell.  While you could use regeneration for the same effect it is a much higher level spell and many people would like to have their appearance restored if they are scarred or burned and not just out of vanity.

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