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Thought Shield

School abjuration; Level psychic 2

CASTING

Casting Time 1 immediate action
Components V

EFFECT

Range personal Target you
Duration 1 round

DESCRIPTION

Sensing an intrusion, you throw up a defense to protect your mind from attack or analysis. This grants you a +4 circumstance bonus on Will saving throws against mind-affecting effects. As long as this spell lasts, spells and effects that allow a creature to read your thoughts receive no information from you.

Thought Shield II

School abjuration; Level psychic 3

This functions as thought shield I, but the circumstance bonus on Will saves to resist mind-affecting effects increases to +6. This spell can be undercast.

Thought Shield III

School abjuration; Level psychic 4

This functions as thought shield I, but the circumstance bonus on Will saves to resist mind-affecting effects increases to +8. In addition, any creature that tries to read your thoughts while this spell lasts must succeed at a Will save or be stunned for 1 round. This spell can be undercast.

Thought Shield IV

School abjuration; Level psychic 5

This functions as thought shield III, but any creature that tries to read your thoughts while this spell lasts must succeed at a Will save or be stunned for 1d4 rounds. Additionally, if you succeed at your save against a psychic crush spell, you take no damage. This spell can be undercast.

Thought Shield V

School abjuration; Level psychic 6

Duration 1 round/level; see text

This functions as thought shield IV, except as noted above. This spell immediately ends if you fail a Will saving throw against a mind-affecting effect. This spell can be undercast.

Section 15: Copyright Notice

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