Pathfinder 2 False Vision Spell

False Vision

SPELL 5
UNCOMMON ILLUSION

Traditions arcane, occult

Cast [10 minutes] material, somatic, verbal

Range touch

Area 100-foot burst

Duration until the next time you make your daily preparations


You create a false image that fools any attempts to scry on an area. Any scrying spell sees, hears, smells, and otherwise detects whatever you wish within the area, rather than what is actually in the area. You can Sustain the Spell each round to change the illusion as you desire, including playing out a complex scene. If the scrying spell is of a higher level than false vision, the scryer can attempt a Perception check to disbelieve the illusion, though even if they’re successful, they can’t learn what’s truly going on in the area.


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Traditions arcane, occult

Level 5

Cast [Reaction] verbal

Trigger A spell or magical effect deals damage.

Range 60 feet

Targets the triggering spell


React to lessen the damage from an enemy’s spell by making it partially illusion.

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Illusory Scene H

AUDITORY ILLUSION VISUAL

Traditions arcane, occult

Level 5

Cast [10 Minutes] somatic, verbal

Range 500 feet

Area 30-foot burst

Duration 1 hour


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ILLUSION INCAPACITATION MENTAL

Traditions arcane, occult

Level 5

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Range 30 feet

Targets 1 creature

Duration 1 hour


A creature believes one thing is another, can’t detect something, or sees something that’s not really there.

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Cloak of Colors

ILLUSION VISUAL

Traditions arcane, occult

Level 5

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Range 30 feet

Targets 1 creature

Duration 1 minute


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