You can cast spells with near-total secrecy.
Prerequisites: Silent Spell.
Benefit(s): When you cast a spell augmented with Silent Spell, it is not obvious that you cast a spell and difficult to determine the origin point of any visible spell effects. Characters cannot observe that you cast the spell, or make Spellcraft checks to identify it or dispel checks to neutralize it unless they succeed at a Perception check opposed by a special Stealth check made by you (1d20 + Steath or Spellcraft bonus + mythic tier).
Alternatively, you may expend a use of mythic power to cast a spell as a silent spell (gaining only the normal benefits of a silent spell, rather than the increased benefits outlined above) without preparing it as silent in advance, taking extra casting time, or increasing the level of spell slot it uses.
Special: A silent spell requires no verbal components.
Mythic Options: The Missing Core Feats. © 2013, Owen K.C. Stephens; Author: Owen K.C. Stephens