The arrowsplit spell from Champions of Ruin has a masterwork arrow as target and it creates 1d4+1 identical masterwork arrows. We all know that magical arrows are also masterwork arrows so they are a valid target for the spell.
Due to this I'm having some doubts on how to interpret the spell since it doesn't say what happens to magical properties of the arrow (or magical properties coming from the bow) because, unlike the splitting weapon property, it doesn't say wheter the arrows keep the magical properties once they are split.
Neither the splitting property nor the arrowsplit spell say what happens to spells cast on the arrow (say, for example, using the metamagic feat "Smiting Spell", or an arrow with "flame arrow" cast on it)
So, my questions are:
- What happens to magical properties on the new arrows created when casting arrowsplit?
- What happens to magical properties coming from the bow?
- What happens to spells cast on arrows on which you use arrowsplit? Is it lost? Only one arrow keeps it? All the arrows copy it? Something else?
- Same as 3 but with splitting weapon property
- This leads me to the ultimate question that sums almost all of them up: How many arrows do I get if I cast arrowsplit on a arrow and then use it with a splitting bow? 2, 1d4+2, 1d4+1, 2d4+2, something else...?
- (A doubt I got while writing this question…) Does the arrosplit spell give me an extra 1d4+1 arrows other than the original one (bringing it to a total of 1d4+2) or is it just 1d4+1 and the original is lost?