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Number of 6-10 ft. 11-20 ft. 21+ ft. Targets 1 1 2 4 8 20 Animate Object (Alteration) Sphere: Creation, Snnnnoning Level: 6 Range: 30 yds. nevel Saving Throw: None Damage Id3 1d4 Id6 2d6 3d6 5d6 This powerful spell enables the priest casting it to imbue inanimate objects with mobility and a semblance of life. The animated object, or objects, then attacks whomever or whatever the priest first designates. The animated object can be of any nonmagical material whatsoever-wood, metal, stone, fabric, leather, ceramic, glass, etc.
3-5 ft. Number of 6-10 ft. 11-20 ft. 21+ ft. Targets 1 1 2 4 8 20 Animate Object (Alteration) Sphere: Creation, Snnnnoning Level: 6 Range: 30 yds. nevel Saving Throw: None Damage Id3 1d4 Id6 2d6 3d6 5d6 This powerful spell enables the priest casting it to imbue inanimate objects with mobility and a semblance of life. The animated object, or objects, then attacks whomever or whatever the priest first designates. The animated object can be of any nonmagical material whatsoever-wood, metal, stone, fabric, leather, ceramic, glass, etc.
The wearer of armor of darkness can see through the armor as if it did not exist and is also afforded 60-foot-range infravision by the spell. The protected creature is immune to hypnotic magic and other effects that depend on vision. Further, the protected creature receives a +2 bonus on saving throws vs. enchantmentlcharm school spells, charm sphere spells, and psionics of similar effect. Undead creatures wearing armor of darkness are immune to turning and dispelling attempts caused by things that they must s e e t h e blow of a m e of disruption, for instance, still destroys one that fails its saving tiuow against the disruptive effect.