Sanctify                                Major Spirit Room Effect

Duration : 12 Hours                                Minimum Cost: 100 mana
Range : Caster's Current Room Recast Delay: 25 Hours

Syntax: Cast 'Sanctify'

Originally used to defend swaths of battlefield, this spell is used by spirit
scholars to sanctify a given locale. When in a sanctified room, those of good
alignment will find their blows land harder, and that they more readily resist
spells. They will also heal from their wounds much more swiftly. Those of evil
heart will find their morale flag, deal less damage, and recover from wounds
more slowly. Spells of the Void cannot be cast within a sanctified room.

A room must have some sort of solid ground underneath for this spell to take
effect, and it may not already be tied closely to the Void. Those possessed by
demonic entities will find it difficult, if not impossible, to enter a room
that has been sanctified. Transportation through the Void either to or from a
sanctified room is impossible.

Primary Attribute: Intelligence, Wisdom


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