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Transforming yourself is entirely possible and there are no especial restrictions on it compared to performing it on someone else, and yes, it makes sense (both fictionally and mechanically) for it to be slightly easier—though it's not nearly as much easier as you might hope. It's actually remarkably straightforward to work up a generic template for these ...


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The General Rule is you can only enchant items up to your current level... From the Enchant Item ritual description: The new version must be your level or lower, and the component cost equals the difference in gold piece value between the old version and the new. -Players Handbook, p.304 Exceptions exist however... The Artificer Class is all about ...


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The Rules The only rules text I can find related to a general ritual's duration is from the 'Duration' description on page 299 of the Player's Handbook: This entry shows how long a ritual's effects last after the completion of the ritual. The effects usually last longer than those of a power. Tenser's Floating Disk has '24 hours' as its Duration. ...


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Below is the Mage listing: Ritual Casting You can cast any mage spell as a ritual if you have the spell in your spellbook and the spell has a ritual version. To cast a spell as a ritual, you must add 10 minutes to the spell’s casting time, during which you undertake a prescribed ceremony that includes your spellbook. Now, what differs the ...


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Since you've already asked before about whether the bonuses may stack or not, I won't go into that. There's no need to be near the caster Rituals don't come with any sort of "must stay close to the caster" rule unless the ritual's effects explicitly involve that. Once you complete the ritual, its effects are brought about, and that's it. If the caster ...


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Relics and Rituals by Sword and Sorcery. Chapter III of the book is entitled Ritual Magic and Chapter IV is entitled True Rituals. An excerpt: Beyond the dusty books and the quick gestures and the sonorous words that convey the power of spellcasters, there exists another level, one that rewards an even deeper understanding of magic. Most magicians ...


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Multiple Disks? Yes! This post from wizards.com is helpful. As long as you have the required components and time to do so, then yes, get dat lewt with dem disks. There is nothing in the ritual that says you're limited to one, but you should look at the ritual costs. It appears that the designers were trying to rely on ritual components to limit rituals.



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