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There is a dillema about Living Spell ooze: since it is an awakened spell, how does Disjunction effect it? (And will at all?). Should it take damage from anti-magic field (like elemental would on opposite plane) or should it be thought of as ooze only? Thanks in advance.

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This article here lists a number of Living Spell oozes. Notably, only the one for Antimagic Field lists any vulnerability to Disjunction, and that is consistent with the normal rules for that spell. It is thus safe to say that Disjunction does not normally effect Living Spell oozes.

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As an addendum, it’s important to note that Living Spells, despite the name, are creatures under the rules. They behave like creatures do. The template is applied to a spell, but it turns the spell into a creature based on that spell. The only ways it behaves like that spell are the ways listed explicitly in the template (e.g. triggering the spell on natural attacks, etc.) For anything not listed, they behave like any other ooze. – KRyan Nov 7 '13 at 14:57

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