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Blissful Spell (Metamagic)

The absolute peace of Nirvana infuses your spells, giving pause to foes and granting boldness to allies.

Benefit(s): You can alter any spell that targets a single creature to become a blissful spell, although the exact effects of the metamagic vary depending on whether the spell is beneficial or offensive. A creature successfully hit by an offensive blissful spell (if the spell requires an attack roll) or that fails its saving throw against an offensive blissful spell takes a –2 penalty on attack rolls and weapon damage rolls for 1 round. A beneficial blissful spell instead grants affected creatures a +2 morale bonus on skill checks and saving throws for 1 round in addition to its normal effects.

A blissful spell gains the good descriptor, and the additional effect is a mind-affecting compulsion effect.

A blissful spell uses a spell slot 1 level higher than the spell’s normal spell level. Spells with the evil descriptor can’t be blissful spells.

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