Draining soul

A warlock casts draw soul.

School: Conjuration (Soul); Level: Evil Domain 4, Summoner 4, Wizard/Sorcerer 5

Components: V, S, AF

Casting Time: 1 standard action
Range: 90 feet
Target: One living creature
Duration: Special
Saving Throw: Fortitude half
Spell Resistance: Yes

A cunning wizard or warlock can draw the very soul out of a creature using deadly magic. The life essence of anyone slain by this spell coalesces into a soul shard, a precious, ruby-colored gem used in creating soulstones and summoning demons. When cast upon a living target, drain soul causes 1d10 points of damage per round for a number of rounds equal to the caster’s level. If the spell slays the target, its vital essence begins to coalesce into a soulstone. The caster of the spell must then mold the essence into a soul shard before it flees for the afterlife, paying the experience cost for the spell only if the target is slain; the caster is then rewarded with a soul shard. Those slain by drain soul can still be returned to life by raise dead, resurrection or other means. This in no way affects the soul shard.

Arcane Focus: An amytheist crystal. 

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