Pathfinder 2 Enduring Might Spell

Enduring Might

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UNCOMMON ABJURATION CLERIC

Domain might

Cast [Reaction] somatic

Trigger An attack or effect would deal damage to you.


Your own might mingles with divine power to protect you. You gain resistance equal to 8 plus your Strength modifier against all damage from the triggering attack or effect.


Heightened (+1) The resistance increases by 2.


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