The target's feathers thicken and fluff up to ward against winter's chill. The target suffers no harm from being in a cold environment, and can exist comfortably in conditions as low as –50 degrees Fahrenheit without having to make Fortitude saves.
You respond to an attack by briefly becoming vaporous and insubstantial, allowing the attack to pass harmlessly through you. You gain DR 10/magic against this attack and are immune to any poison, sneak attacks, or critical hit effect from that attack.
Create an arc of flame that burns one target plus one additional target/3 levels for 1d6 fire dmg/CL (maximum 10d6). Reduce the damage by 1/2 (rounded down) for every additional target the discharge arcs to.
An immobile curtain of blinding light blocks line of sight and sheds light to a range of 60 ft. in all directions. Creatures from the Plane of Shadow gain negative levels while within 5 ft, of the wall.
As lesser angelic aspect, plus you gain darkvision 60 ft., acid and cold resistance increases to 10, you gain DR 5/evil, you sprout wings granting fly speed 30 ft. (average maneuverability) and your natural weapons or weapons you wield are considered good-aligned for the purpose of overcoming damage reduction.
Any time you take piercing or slashing damage, a spray of acidic blood
spurts from your body in a 10-foot line, in the direction of the opponent who inflicted the
wound, dealing 1d6 points of acid damage per caster level (maximum 15d6, Reflex half). This damages the first creature or object it touches, with no splash damage.
A blast of hellfire deals 1d6 damage per caster level (maximum 15d6) to the target (half fire damage half unholy damage.) If a creature is killed by this damage it must make a Will save or be damned to Hell.
As angelic aspect but DR increases to 10/evil; you gain immunity to acid, cold, and petrification; resistance to electricity and fire 10; +4 racial bonus on saves against poison; a protective aura, and truespeech as supernatural abilities. Also, your fly speed increases to 60 ft. (good maneuverability).