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Hidden Caster Feat/Skill-trick? 
10th-Mar-2009 02:43 am
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I remember reading somewhere (and then using in a campaign) a way to camouflage a spell's source - for instance, making a Lightning Bolt seem like it came from an alleyway instead of the Sorcerer on the rooftop. I thought it was a feat. I've skimmed the books I own as well as the CK feat PDF, and Googled for random relevant terms, but I'm pulling a blank. Can anyone ID this ability?
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10th-Mar-2009 09:10 am (UTC)
It is a skill trick in The Complete Scoundrel.
10th-Mar-2009 06:06 pm (UTC)
I saw Conceal Spellcasting, but that just disguises the movements to cast a spell. If someone used that and then cast LB, it would still emanate from the spellcaster, indicating where they are located.

It's a neat trick, though!
10th-Mar-2009 06:44 pm (UTC)
Sorry, I was thinking of that one and/or with False Theurgy.
10th-Mar-2009 09:55 am (UTC)
There's also a metamagic feat in Cityscape that does that.
10th-Mar-2009 06:06 pm (UTC)
THAT'S where I saw it! Thank you!
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