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Believing your own illusions 
23rd-Oct-2006 10:34 am
mjbotdf
Any of you guys Star Trek fans? In one TNG episode, Lt. Barclay goes to the Holodeck and livs in his fantasies - seducing Counselor Troi, sucker punching Commander Riker, being smarter than Geordi, etc.

Could someone do that in the D&D universe? Not necessarily create entire environments, but maybe a person or two to interact with. I have a very lonely sorceress in my campaign, and, well, she was wondering if she could use an illusion for more than just fooling the baddies. (Yeah, she could go get a boyfriend, but this is more fun. :D) How powerful a spell would she need to use? Would Major Image suffice, or would you want to use a persistent image or programmed image? Obviously, if this is something for amusement's sake, lower level is better.

Thanks!
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23rd-Oct-2006 10:25 pm (UTC)
You could have a cursed ring [or necklace, or hairpiece, or staff...] where the owner of the item believes the item is an Item Of Casting XYZ, when in reality it's casts something else -- a spell the owner already knows, some other spell... but either way the cursed item's owner BELIEVES that he/she is casting XYZ, not the actual spell being cast.

Opposite spell, different spell, no spell at all...
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