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Disease of Debauched Decadence
School enchantment (compulsion, chaos, evil); Level bard 5, wizard/sorcerer 6
Casting 1 standard action
Components V, S, M (a bottle of high quality liqueur worth at least 100 gp, a drop of demonic blood)
Range close (25 ft. +5 ft./2 levels)
Targets One creature/2 levels, none of which can be more then 30 feet away from each other
Duration 24 hours
Saving Throw Will negates; Spell Resistance yes
Originally designed to soften up enemy cities and, in some cases, simply to cause untold havoc, this variant of the ancient dark spell causes those who fail their saving throws to suffer a dangerous lack of self-control, feel reckless, and have a strong desire to indulge in base activities. Even more crippling than this initial effect, each person who comes into contact with anyone who failed his or her save against this spell must roll a saving throw against the spell’s original DC or suffer the same effects; these new victims may continue to infect others.
Targets under the effects of this spell find their will and resolve weakened, taking 1d4 Wisdom damage. In addition, self-control and focus on any tasks other than self-indulgent ones become very difficult. This can be handled by rolling on the following table every hour or could be handled at the DM’s discretion. Note that this spell cannot change a creature’s basic alignment, and, although creatures may behave very badly, any choices that violate their alignments are their own while enthralled by this magic.
01–15 Target acts normally.
16–40 Target is distracted but can otherwise function as normal (–2 to all skill checks).
41–75 Target feels an overwhelming urge to indulge one or more vices he or she possesses and attempts to do so while preforming the current task if able.
76–100 Target is consumed by hedonistic desire, and very little will stop him or her from seeking to indulge this desire.
This spell ends 24 hours after its casting or at dawn, whichever comes first. The victims of this spell remember their activities and actions while under its effect, and survivors have claimed to feel an effect not unlike a hangover.