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In the third post of the kladivium series, we are going to describe how the availability of this metal and the existence of kladivium dragons (a new dragon which will have its own post entry in the future) affect magic, allowing certain spells to unlock new special effects.

Dragon’s Breath

It is possible to use the Dragon’s Breath spell (see the “Spells” section in Chapter 5 of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Player’s Guide) to use the breath weapon of a kladivium dragon. The damage dice is a d4 instead of a d6, but the breath weapon of kladivium particles causes bashing damage. The area is a 60 ft. line, and the spell descriptor is Earth.

Form of the Dragon

It is possible to use the Form of the Dragon spells (see the “Spells” section in Chapter 10 of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook) to assume the form of a kladivium dragon. The base abilities granted by this transformation are: 60-foot line breath weapon of kladivium particles (bashing damage, but the dice used for damage is a d4 instead of a d8), resist sonic 20, burrow 30 feet. These abilities progress in greater Form of the Dragon spells as normal.

Major Creation

When using the Major Creation spell (see the “Spells” section in Chapter 10 of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook), it is possible to create items made from kladivium. These items use the duration listed for rare metals.

Pellet Blast

It is possible to use the Pellet Blast spell (see the Spell descriptions section in chapter 6 of Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Ultimate Combat) with a handful of kladivium pellets (worth 60 gp). In this case, the damage caused by the spell is bludgeoning instead of piercing, and its damage increases by 1 for each d8 thrown.

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