You can temporarily turn copper or silver pieces into gold. The spell
affects 2d4 coins + 1 per caster level (maximum +5). A successful Appraise check at the spell’s save DC will reveal that the coins are not truly gold.
You produce vertical strokes of lightning that flash downward for 1
round, dealing creatures and objects in the area 1d6 points of nonlethal damage +1 point per caster level (maximum +5), or half-damage on a successful Reflex save. On a failed save, creatures are also dazzled for 1 round and catch on fire,
immediately taking an additional 1d6 points of fire damage. A creature
catching on fire continues to burn in subsequent rounds unless it makes a
DC 15 Reflex save to put out the flames ) . The lightning strokes ignite unattended, flammable objects in the area.
With a successful ranged touch attack,
magical flames spring to life on the target’s feet. The flames deal 1d3
points of fire damage per round, and give the target a -2 penalty to
AC, ability checks, skill checks and saves until the spell ends or the
fire is otherwise extinguished. The target can use a full round action
to douse the flames.
The target is suddenly convinced that killing is wrong and will avoid
combat whenever possible. If forced into combat, the target will do her
best to deliver only non-lethal damage and will cast only spells that
cause no physical damage.
A memory of a loved one (mother, spouse, etc.) overwhelms the target
every time he looks at you, preventing him from physically harming you.
His feelings are directed only toward you – not your companions. The
spell’s effect is broken if you attack the target. The target receives a
new Will save every round to shake off the spell’s effects.
The target will continually repeat his last action before the spell was
cast for the duration of the spell, whether it was swinging a weapon at a
target that may no longer be in front of him, casting a spell that he
may no longer have available, drinking from a potion vial that is now empty, etc. The target gets a new save each round to shake off the effects of the spell.
This spell reverses the gender of the target creature. This has no
effect on the creature’s ability scores, although it could deny a
character access to gender specific prestige class abilities. It is most
often used to allow a character to go where their original gender may
not be allowed.
Touch of history provides you with a full, detailed history of
the target. This includes its age, when and how it was handled, and
where it had been. You see this history as though you were in the
object’s presence in the exact position at the time of casting.