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Does the Nystul's Magic Aura spell mask the auras of spells cast after it?
Suppose I cast a transmutation spell on an object, then cast
to make the object appear non-magical, and finally I cast an illusion spell on the object. Assume both the transmutation spell and the illusion spell create persistent magical effects that can normally be seen using Nystul's Magic Aura Detect Magic. If someone looks at this object using Detect Magic, what aura(s) will they see, if any?
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May 11, 2019 at 1:58
Ryan C. Thompson Ryan C. Thompson
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They see a non-magical object
While Nystul’s Magic Aura lasts it does what it says it does - makes a magical object appear non-magical. The fact that the nature of the magic changes after its cast is irrelevant.
May 11, 2019 at 5:40
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