Gods & Monsters


Gods & Monsters Fantasy Role-Playing

Beyond here lie dragons

Use the “browse” button to search through the list of spirit manifestations: type some words to find in the title, specify your character’s level, and choose the spirit types your character can use. Once you’re ready to rock, choose “list” to make a list of manifestations for each spirit type per level, or “prayers” for a list of spirit manifestations and their descriptions by level.

Don’t forget to bookmark the search so that you can come back to it later!

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Range:3 yards per level
Rite:words, gestures
Calling time:1 round
Area of effect:half level medium targets
Spirit types:animal, death

Infestation calls forth a crawling swarm of tiny biting insects. It will call beetles, ants, spiders, and whatever other tiny crawling insects are natural in the area.

There must be ground or plants near the targets: somewhere for the insects to come from.

Any concentration or action by an affected target is at a penalty of two while covered by infestation. The infestation will cause d4-1 points of damage per round. A successful evasion roll, which precludes any other action that round, will result in a maximum of one point damage that round.

Once the prophet drops concentration, the infestation will fade in two rounds. During the first round after concentration, the effects are halved.

The prophet may send the infestation to different targets in subsequent rounds. It takes one round to transfer.

The prophet may reduce a target’s reaction by two for every extra potential medium target they allocate. For example, a prophet causes a fourth level spirit of death to manifest infestation. Normally the infestation could affect two medium targets. If the prophet focuses that onto a single medium target, the target will be at a penalty of two to their evasion roll. The other penalties due to being covered by an infestation are also proportionally increased: any rolls by the target to perform an action or to concentrate will be at a penalty of four, and the target will lose 2d4-2 points per round.