Pathfinder 2 Continual Flame Spell

Continual Flame

SPELL 2
EVOCATION LIGHT

Traditions arcane, divine, occult, primal

Cast [3 Actions] material, somatic, verbal

Cost 6 gp of ruby dust

Range touch

Targets 1 object

Duration unlimited


A magical flame springs up from the object, as bright as a torch. It doesn’t need oxygen, react to water, or generate heat.


Heightened (+1) The cost increases as follows: 16 gp for 3rd level; 30 gp for 4th, 60 gp for 5th, 120 gp for 6th,; 270 gp for 7th, 540 gp for 8th, 1,350 gp for 9th, and 3,350 gp for 10th.


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Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

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