All I needed was a spell to make a slippery surface. Its uses were numerous, from pranks to traps, and even some fun recriation. All of it leading to the greatest of inventions a kobold has ever made before. May I present to you, the glitter bomb!
Ragia Raflesia before being escorted out of a scholarly lesson, the classroom coated in glitter.
A very versatile spell, this coating has many uses, for pranks, traps and equipment maintenance amongst others. although it tend to be looked down by purist magic users as a trick that could be done with a jug of oil, those who look past its reputation rapidly swear by it.


when you cast the spell, a slick coating is sprayed envelop the target, be it floor item or creature that coating can have different effects, being slippery, flammable, or shimering.
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School: Conjuration (Creation)

Level:1, 2, 4

Components: V, S

Casting Time: 1 Standard

Range: Close

Area: 1 Object or a 10ft square

Duration: 1 round/level (D)

Saving Throw: See Text

Spell Resistance: No

Cast using a 1st level spell slot. Coat a surface or area with a slippery liquid. Creatures within the area of the spell must make a successsful Reflex save or fall prone. This save is repeated on your turn each round that the creature remains within the area. Creatures can walk through the area of slick with a DC 10 balance check. Failure means it can't move, but failure by 5 or more means it falls prone. Failure by 4 or less means they must make a Reflex save.

When using the spell to slick an item, it is always affected when not in use. When being held, the creature holding the item gets a Reflex save to avoid the effect. If the throw fails, the creature drops the item. A saving throw must be made each round that the creature attempts to pick up or use the item. A creature with greased armor or clothing gains a +10 circumstance bonus on Escape Artist checks and on grapple checks made to resist, or escape a grapple or pin.
Finally, you can use Slick instead of its normal purpose, as an alternative fuel to lanterns. You can fill one lantern per CL. However, lanterns fueld in this way only last for 1/2 as long as normal. These lanterns will continue to hold this fuel until they are attempted to be emptied, or after 8 hours.
Special:Bards and Psions can only cast this level of spell.

Enhance:For each higher spell slot used, increase the area by an additional 5ft square.

Flammable Slick

Cast using a 2nd level spell slot. As Slick, except the liquid is flammable. Any fire damage to the slick engulfs bursts the area into flame, dealing 8 damage to all creatures in the area, (or holding the subject) but also ends the spells duration. A successful Reflex save halves this damage.

Also, just like normal slick, you can use the spell to fill lanterns, except, you can fill 1 lantern for ever 2 CL, and they work as they would have if they were filled by normal oil. These lanterns will remain filled with oil until they are attempted to be emptied, or after 12 hours.

Enhance:For each higher spell slot used, increase the area by an additional 5ft square.


Range: Long

Area: 10ft radius/level spread

Duration: 1 minute/level

Saving Throw: None

Cast using a 4th level spell slot. A shower of glitter falls down, attatching itself to living creatures in the area. The glitter visibly outlines anything to which they stick, and cannot be removed by nonmagical means, continuing to twingle and glow until the spell fades.

Creatures afflicted by glitter takes a -40 on Sneak checks to hide, and if affected immediatly prompts a sneak check upon becoming afflicted.

Side/Secondary Effects

The coating tend to be quite hard to get off, especially from clothing. However, the coating is a great way to prevent water corrosion on metal pieces for short tasks. the flammable version has a easy to clean solution, as long as you don't mind leaving scorch marks where it was ignited.


An oily sheen can be seen on the target of the spell, glittering in the latter case of the spell.


Many belive that the spell comes from some alternate plane of grease and slick. However, scholars believe that the source of the spell comes from fat tissue, and trace metals.


Discovered by Ragia Raflesia, while attempting to find novel new ways to perform practical jokes on those around her.
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