Pathfinder 2 Death Ward Spell

Other Game Systems: Starfinder Death Ward Spell

Death Ward

SPELL 5
ABJURATION

Traditions divine, occult, primal

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Range touch

Targets 1 living creature touched

Duration 10 minutes


You shield a creature from the ravages of negative energy. It receives a +4 status bonus to saves against death and negative effects, gains negative resistance 10, and suppresses the effects of the doomed condition.


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Banishment H

ABJURATION INCAPACITATION

Traditions arcane, divine, occult, primal

Level 5

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Range 30 feet

Targets 1 creature that isn’t on its home plane

Saving Throw Will


Send a creature back to its home plane.

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Ravening Maw H

UNCOMMON EVIL HEALING NECROMANCY

Traditions divine, occult, primal

Level 5

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Range 60 feet

Targets one living creature

Saving Throw Will

Duration 3 rounds


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Spiritual Guardian H

ATTACK ABJURATION FORCE

Traditions divine

Level 5

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Requirements You have a deity.

Range 120 feet

Duration sustained up to 1 minute


Create a magical guardian to attack at your command and take damage for your allies.

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Chromatic Wall H

ABJURATION

Traditions arcane, occult

Level 5

Cast [3 Actions] material, somatic, verbal

Range 120 feet

Duration 10 minutes


A wall of light offers a unique protection based on its color.

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Arcane Countermeasure

UNCOMMON ABJURATION SORCERER

Level 5

Cast [Reaction] somatic

Trigger A creature within range that you can see Casts a Spell.

Range 120 feet

Targets the spell cast by the triggering creature


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Section 15: Copyright Notice

Pathfinder Adventure Path #153: Life’s Long Shadows © 2020, Paizo Inc.; Authors: Greg A. Vaughan, with Anthony Bono, Jacob W. Michaels, Andrew Mullen, Patrick Renie, Alex Riggs, Timothy Snow, and Amber Stewart.

Pathfinder Core Rulebook (Second Edition) © 2019, Paizo Inc.; Designers: Logan Bonner, Jason Bulmahn, Stephen Radney-MacFarland, and Mark Seifter.