I'm playing a sorceress with the Elemental Bloodline, and she's got this class feature as a part of the package:
Bloodline Arcana: Whenever you cast a spell that deals energy damage, you can change the type of damage to match the type of your bloodline. This also changes the spell's type to match the type of your bloodline
She's got the Air element meaning that all the spells that deal one of the four energy types can be converted to Electricity. (Plus, she'll get to fly for free which is awesome.)
Anyway, according to the description of the spell Fire Shield that concerns us today, you can choose when casting if you get a Chill Shield which protect you from fire-based attacks and deals cold damage to your attackers, or you get a Warm Shield which does the opposite and protects from cold-based attacks and deals fire damage to your aggressors.
This protection is like having Improved Evasion for such effects, but according to the description it is tied to the type of damage that the energy of the spell around you deals.
Now, since any spell that she casts with one of the four common energy descriptors, either [Fire] or [Cold] could be changed to [Electricity], which is cool and totally a part of her role, but here's the question:
What happens to the protection offered by the spell Fire Shield when the energy is neither Cold nor Fire?
As far as I know [Acid] is not the opposite of [Electricity] like [Fire] and [Cold] are, so, what happens? Does it works like intended when choosing a Chill or Warm shield? Does she lose this protection?