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MU Spell Circle of Invisibility

PostPosted: Sun Jan 11, 2015 9:03 pm
by Makofan
Circle of Invisibility
(affects: 1" radius, duration: special, range: 24") All creatures within 1" of the magic-user, or any point within sight and range, are affected as per the invisibility spell. The spell does not enable affected creatures to see one another.


I am a bit puzzled by the "any point within sight and range". Can you explain this in different terms, or give an example?

Re: MU Spell Circle of Invisibility

PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 5:37 am
by waysoftheearth
"Any point" simply means "any location".

The magic-user could cast a circle of invisibility spell centered on himself, or centered on a (visible) door up to 24" away, or centered on an arbitrary point in mid-air anywhere up to 24" away--so long as it is visible within line of sight.

Re: MU Spell Circle of Invisibility

PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 1:24 pm
by Makofan
waysoftheearth wrote:"Any point" simply means "any location".

The magic-user could cast a circle of invisibility spell centered on himself, or centered on a (visible) door up to 24" away, or centered on an arbitrary point in mid-air anywhere up to 24" away--so long as it is visible within line of sight.


Gotcha - I was reading the spell with my AD&D glasses on and didn't pat attention to the wording closely enough