Pathfinder 2 Item Facade Spell

Item Facade

SPELL 1
ILLUSION VISUAL

Traditions arcane, occult

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Range touch

Targets 1 object no more than 10 feet by 10 feet by 10 feet

Duration 1 hour


You make the target object look and feel as though it were in much better or worse physical condition. When you cast this spell, decide whether you want to make the object look decrepit or perfect. An item made to look decrepit appears broken and shoddy. An intact item made to look better appears as though it’s brand new and highly polished or well maintained. A broken item appears to be intact and functional. Destroyed items can’t be affected by this spell. A creature that Interacts with the item can attempt to disbelieve the illusion.


Heightened (2nd) The duration is 24 hours.

Heightened (3rd) The duration is unlimited.


Similar Spells

Illusory Object H

ILLUSION VISUAL

Traditions arcane, occult

Level 1

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Range 500 feet

Area 20-foot burst

Duration 10 minutes


Form a convincing illusion of an object.

Full Details

Illusory Disguise H

ILLUSION VISUAL

Traditions arcane, occult

Level 1

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Duration 1 hour


Make yourself look like a different creature.

Full Details

Exchange Image

UNCOMMON ILLUSION VISUAL

Traditions arcane, occult

Level 1

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Requirements You have the humanoid trait.

Range touch

Targets you and 1 other humanoid

Saving Throw Will

Duration varies


Full Details

Color Spray

ILLUSION INCAPACITATION VISUAL

Traditions arcane, occult

Level 1

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Area 15-foot cone

Saving Throw Will

Duration 1 or more rounds (see below)


Swirling colors dazzle or stun creatures.

Full Details

Section 15: Copyright Notice

Pathfinder Adventure Path #147: Tomorrow Must Burn © 2019, Paizo Inc.; Authors: Ron Lundeen and Stephanie Lundeen, with Lyz Liddell and James Sutter.

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