SMV
Armor
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
1 rd. 
Save
None 
AoE
1 creature 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
finely cured leather that has been blessed by a priest 
By means of this spell, the wizard creates a magical field of force that serves as if it were scale mail armor (+4AC). The spell has no effect on a person already armored or a creature with Armor Class 14 or better. It is not cumulative with the shield spell, but it is cumulative with Dexterity and, in the case of fighter/mages, with the shield bonus. The armor spell does not hinder movement, adds no weight or encumbrance, nor does it prevent spellcasting. It lasts until successfully dispelled or until the wearer sustains cumulative damage totaling greater than 8 points + 1 per level of the caster. (It is important to note that the armor does not absorb this damage. The armor merely grants an AC of 14; the wearer still suffers full damage from any successful attacks.) Thus, the wearer might suffer 8 points from an attack, then several minutes later sustain an additional 1 point of damage. Unless the spell were cast by a wizard of 2nd level or higher, it would be dispelled at this time. Until it is dispelled, the armor spell grants the wearer full benefits of the Armor Class gained.

The material component is a piece of finely cured leather that has been blessed by a priest.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 170
SMV
Conjure Spell Component
Range
1 mile / level 
Casting Time
1 minute 
Save
 
AoE
 
Duration
Permanent 
Damage
 
Materials
 
By means of this spell, any common, lightweight, naturally occurring spell component can be conjured. The item(s) desired is physically moved from within the range to the spell caster, appearing before them. The caster may conjure 2 specific components per level, and they will appear before the caster, falling to the ground unless containers are placed at the ready to be cast into.

Examples: Wool, beeswax, wolfsbane, sand, dust, crickets, whiskers
Not examples: Coins, gems, leather, crow's foot, gold ore

While the spell was designed for acquiring components, one could fill their house with wool using this spell if they were dedicated to the task.
Residue
None.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Duplicate Object
Range
50 feet / level 
Casting Time
Save
 
AoE
1lb / level 
Duration
Instantaneous 
Damage
 
Materials
1sp worth of silver or lead dust 
The caster holds an item in their hand, speaks the words to the spell and sprinkles silver dust over the object, summoning from within the range an item of similar type and material. The spell will summon the closest object of a given type. Items within boxes or rooms that are lined with lead or silver are immune to this spell, as are objects made of lead or silver, or enchanted objects. If no similar object is within range, the spell fizzles.

A wizard could hold a sword in one hand while casting this spell to summon the nearest other sword to them. Items must be of the same material (steel sword summons a steel sword) and general type (arming sword could summon a scimitar, but not a dagger). Objects to be summoned must be independent, thus trying to duplicate brick near a brick building would only succeed if there was a loose brick somewhere nearby.

The only way to call a specific item is to have that item be the closest of its kind to you. If trying to summon a specific key, the caster would need to be positioned closer to that key than to any others, including keys they may have on their person. The spell will not cross planes or pull items from extra dimensional space, such as from within a bag of holding or a portable hole.
Residue
A silver thread fixed on the object and where it was summoned from. Lasts 1 week.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Find Familiar
Range
1 mile/level 
Casting Time
2d12 hours 
Save
Special 
AoE
1 familiar 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
a brass brazier with charcoal and 1.000 gp worth of incense and herbs 
This spell enables the caster to attempt to summon a familiar to act as his aide and companion. Familiars are typically small creatures, such as cats, frogs, ferrets, crows, hawks, snakes, owls, ravens, toads, weasels, or even mice. A creature acting as a familiar can benefit a wizard, conveying its sensory powers to its master, conversing with him, and serving as a guard/scout/spy aswell. A wizard can have only one familiarat a time, however he has no control over what sort of creature answers the summoning, if any at all come.
The creature is always more intelligent than others of its type (typically 2 or 3 Int points), and its bond with the wizard confers upon it an exceptionally long life. The wizard receives the heightened senses of his familiar, which grants the wizard a +1 bonus to all surprise die rolls. Normal famiiars have 2-4 hit points plus 1 hit point per caster level, and an Armor Class of 7 (due to size, speed, etc.).
The wizard has an empathic link with the familiar and can issue it mental commands at a distance of up to one mile. Note that empathic responses from the familiar are generally fairly basic - while able to communicate simple thoughts, these are often overwhelmed by instinctual responses. Thus a ferret familiar spying on a band of orcs in the woods might lose its train of thought upon sighting a mouse. Certainly its communications to its master would be tinged with fear of the "big ones" it was spying on! The caster cannot see through the familiar's eyes.
If separated from the caster, the familiar loses 1 hit point each day, and dies if reduced to 0 hit points. When the familiar is in physical contact with its wizard, it gains the wizards saving throws against special atbacks. If a special attack would normally cause damage, the familiar suffers no damage if the saving throw is successful and half damage if the saving throw is failed.
If the familiar dies, the wizard must successfully roll an immediate system shock check or die. Even if he survives this check, the wizard loses 1 point from his Constitution when the familiar dies.
The power of the conjuration is such that it can be attempted but once per year. When he wizard decides to find a familiar, he must load a brass brazier with charcoal. When this is burning well, he adds 1.000 gp worth of incense and herbs. The spell incantation is then begun and must be continued until the familiar comes or the casting time is finished. The DM secretly determines all results. Note that most familiars are not inherently magical, nor does a dispel magic spell send them away.
Deliberate mistreatment, failure to feed and care for the familiar, or continuous unreasonable demands have adverse effects on the familiar's relationship with its master. Purposely arranging the death of one's own familiar incurs great disfavor from certain powerful entities, with dire results.

On a d20 roll of 1-5 a black Cat is summoned, granting excellent night vision & superior hearing
On a d20 roll of 6-7 a Crow is summoned, granting excellent vision
On a d20 roll of 8-9 a Hawk is summoned, granting very superior distance vision
On a d20 roll of 10-11 a Owl is summoned, granting night vision equal to human daylight vision and superior hearing
On a d20 roll of 12-13 a Toad is summoned, granting wide-angle vision
On a d20 roll of 14-15 a Weasel is summoned, granting superior hearing & very superior olfactory power
On a d20 roll of 16-20 no familiar is available within spellrange

The referee can substitute other small animals suitable to the area.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 174
SMV
Grease
Range
10 yds. 
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
10 ft. x 10 ft. square area 
Duration
3 rds.+ 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a bit of pork rind or butter 
A grease spell covers a material surface with a slippery layer of a fatty, greasy nature. Any creature entering the area or caught in it when the spell is cast must save vs. spell or slip, skid, and fall.
Those who successfully save can reach the nearest non-greased surface by the end of the round. Those who remain in the area are allowed a saving throw each round until they escape the area. The DM should adjust saving throws by circumstance; for example, a creature charging down an incline that is suddenly greased has little chance to avoid the effect, but its ability to exit the affected area is almost assured!
The spell can also be used to create a greasy coating on an item - a rope, ladder rungs, weapon handle, etc.
Material objects not in use are always affected by this spell, while creatures wielding or employing items receive a saving throw vs. spell to avoid the effect. If the initial saving throw is failed, the creature immediately drops the item. A saving throw must be made each round the creature attempts to use the greased item.
The caster can end the effect with a single utterance; otherwise it lasts for three rounds plus one round per level.
The material component of the spell is a bit of pork rind or butter.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 175
SMV
Light
Range
Hand 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
1,000 cubic feet (10' cube) 
Duration
3 hours / level 
Damage
 
Materials
Part of the creature you wish to summon 
By crushing the dried remains of a harmless glowing creature (like a firefly) and blowing it from their hand, the caster conjures a small swarm of the creatures that shed soft light in the area. If larger harmless glowing creatures are to be summoned, such as a puffball, only one is summoned and it sheds light in a 5' diameter circle.

The creatures can be commanded using only a look [requires line of sight] and a gesture with only a moments focus, and will fly/walk/crawl/swim/hover at their typical movement rate. Most flying insects will move around walking pace.

At 4th level, the caster may reduce the duration of the spell to increase the area covered. Every time the duration is decreased by half, the volume is doubled, with each new volume created being an independently controllable swarm. For example, if the duration is cut in half, the caster has two swarms that each light a 10' cube. The caster cluster them to create one big light, or split them into two groups, one following herself, and one following another party member.

The spell can be dismissed at will.
Residue
Light while active.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Magic Missile
Range
600' 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
 
Duration
Instant 
Damage
Special 
Materials
Twig or small metal bar 
The caster creates up to four arrows that fly toward their targets which must be clearly identifiable. The caster must make an attack roll to hit the targets as if she were a rogue of equal level (2/3 progression) [+0, +0, +1, +2, +2, +3, +4, +4, etc.]. Due to the magical nature of these arrows the caster only need hit the creature's non-armored AC (10+Dex+Shield+Magic). The usual combat adjustments apply for situational effects (back attack, cover, held, etc.), but not environmental effects (e.g. wind, lighting, etc.). Because the caster is not actually firing or throwing the missiles, the caster's strength and dexterity do not modify the attack roll. The wizard may fire all the missiles upon casting, or she may maintain light concentration on the spell and use them at will.

Should the caster use wooden components for the spell, the arrows are bodkins and deal 1d4 damage. If the caster is using metal bars, the arrows are broadheads and do 1d6 damage.

This weaker version of the Magic Missile spell was created by a jealous summoner who always longed for what he couldn't have. While it is generally considered a weaker version of the spell, it does have a certain dramatic flair and can be situationaly advantageous.
Residue
Dim flight lines for an hour.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Mount
Range
10 yds. 
Casting Time
1 turn 
Save
None 
AoE
1 mount 
Duration
2 hrs.+ 1 hr./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a bit of hair from the type of animal to be conjured 
By means of this spell, the caster conjures a normal animal to serve him as a mount. The animal serves willingly and well, but at the expiration of the spell duration it disappears, returning to its own place. The type of mount gained by this spell depends on the level of the caster; of course, a caster can choose a lesser mount if desired. Available mounts include the following:
Between 1st to 3rd level a mule or light horse
Between 4th to 7th level a draft horse or war horse
Between 8th to 12th level a camel
Between 13th to 14th level an elephant (and howdah at 18th level)
Starting at 15th level a griffon (and saddle at 18th level)
The mount does not come with any riding gear, unless it is of a class lower than the caster would normally be entitled to; thus a 4th-level wizard can gain a war horse without saddle and harness, or a light horse with saddle and harness. The statistics of the animal gained are typical of all creatures of the same class. The mount disappears when slain.
The material component of the spell is a bit of hair from the type of animal to be conjured.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 177
SMV
Simple Summoning
Range
5' 
Casting Time
1 hour 
Save
 
AoE
 
Duration
Level^2 minutes 
Damage
 
Materials
1000cp worth of powdered silver, incense 
By means of this spell, the caster can summon any monster with hit dice equal to or less than that of the caster. The creature summoned is in no way bound to the caster and will likely be frightened, angry, confused, or all at being plucked from wherever they were. It is likely that combat capable creatures will attack the caster, unless restrained by a Magic Circle spell or some other means. The creatures summoned do not necessarily have a way of communicating with the caster.

Creatures must be summoned into a habitable space. A fish could not be summoned unless there was an appropriate body of water for them to inhabit. A salt water fish could not be summoned into a fresh water tank.

The casting process is long and involved. The caster must maintain concentration the whole time, and any observers must stay out of the casters way and not distract.
Residue
Light residue on summoned creature/
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Unseen Servant
Range
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
30-ft. radius 
Duration
1 hr.+ 1 turn/level 
Damage
 
Materials
a piece of string and a bit of wood 
The unseen servant is a non-visible, mindless, and shapeless force, used to step and fetch, open unstuck doors, and hold chairs, as well as to clean and mend.
It is not strong, but unfailingly obeys the command of the wizard.
It can carry out only one activity at a time and can move only light-weight items - carry a maximum of 20 pounds or push or pull 40 pounds across a smooth surface. It can open only normal doors, drawers, lids, etc.
The unseen servant cannot fight, nor can it be killed, as it is a force rather than a creature. It can be magically dispelled, or eliminated after receiving 6 points of damage from area-effect spells, breath weapons, or similar attacks. If the caster attempts to send it beyond the allowed radius, the spell ends immediately.
The material components of the spell are a piece of string and a bit of wood.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 180
SMV
Conjure Simple Object
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
Save
1/2 
AoE
1lb / level 
Duration
3 rounds / level 
Damage
 
Materials
Powder or dust of the material desired 
By speaking the words aloud and sprinkling the components on the ground in a circle, the caster creates a simple object of the same material. The sprinkled dust forms into the desired object directly. This object must not weight more than 1 pound per level, be fragile, have moving parts, patterns, or complicated construction. Only one object can be summoned and it is of the same material as the dust.

The duration of the spell may be extended if the caster maintains full concentration on the spell before its duration is over. The caster may not break line of sight with the object and cannot occupy their mind with other things, like conversation, spell casting, or keeping concentration of any kind on another spell.

Examples: Ladder (2'/level), hammer, bowl, dagger, plank, crow bar.
Not examples: Bow, lantern, magnifying glass, rope, chain, hinged box.

The quality, but not the complication, of the object summoned changes as the caster gains levels.
At 1st level: Simple and unremarkable work.
At 4th level: Good.
At 6th level: Fine with simple decorations.
Residue
Object dissolves back into components.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Glitterdust
Range
10 yds./level 
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
20-ft. cube 
Duration
1d4 rds.+ 1/level 
Damage
 
Materials
ground mica 
This spell creates a cloud of glittering golden particles within the area of effect.
Those in the area must roll a successful saving throw vs. spell or be blinded (-4 penalties to attack rolls, saving throws, and Armor Class) for 1d4+1 rounds. In addition, all within the area are covered by the dust, which cannot be removed and continues to sparkle until it fades.
Note that this reveals invisible creatures. The dust fades in 1d4 rounds plus one round per caster level. Thus glitterdust cast by a 3rd-level wizard lasts for four to seven rounds.
The material component is ground mica.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 183
SMV
Magic Circle
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
Variable 
Save
 
AoE
Variable 
Duration
Until disrupted 
Damage
 
Materials
Chalk and powered silver or lead 
The caster creates a circle on a stable surface with chalk and powered silver or lead. The size of the circle dictates how much chalk, silver, and lead is needed, as well as the casting time. Each foot of diameter consumes 30cp worth of lead or 60cp worth of silver and takes 2 minutes to create. Once the circle is created, the spell takes 1 minute to cast.

Once the circle is drawn and the spell is cast, nothing (physical or magical) may cross the boundary within the circle. If the chalk and powder circle is broken (a hair or straw laying across it, or being scuffed, for example), the spell is instantly broken. Items or creatures may be summoned within the circle, preventing them from running free, but also preventing the caster, or others, from interacting with the creature. While touch and spells may not cross the border, non-magical sounds may.

A creature inside the circle may attempt to break out. To do so, the creature rolls a d10 and adds their willpower and their number of hit dice. The spellcaster rolls the same thing. If the creature's roll equals or beats the caster's, the creature breaks free of the circle. If the circle is made with silver, instead of lead, the caster has advantage on the d10 roll. When this spell is broken in this way, there is a short but blinding flash of light outside the circle.

This circle may be reused over and over, as long as it is not disturbed. A permanent magic circle can be made at 100x the cost. The permanent version of this circle uses inlaid stones and molten metals.

The spell, but not the physical circle, may be dispelled by the original caster with a touch.
Residue
The physical circle itself.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Magic Key
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
1 round 
Save
1/2 
AoE
 
Duration
Light concentration 
Damage
 
Materials
A key 
The caster touches a locked door with one hand, holds a key openly in their other hand, and softly speaks the words to the spell. The component disinterested into a fine sand and slips through the casters fingers. A magical key is conjured from the air that is an exact replica of the key used for the door being touched. The key vanishes when the caster loses light concentration, but until then acts in all respects as a normal key.

It is possible to intentionally flub the spell and produce a key that does not work on the door. This flubbed key will be of a type that would work in the door, but with the wrong configuration.
Residue
Disintegrated object.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Mark of Recall
Range
Same plane of existence 
Casting Time
Save
1/2 
AoE
1 object 
Duration
Permanent 
Damage
 
Materials
 
By means of this spell, the caster is able to recall any one object that has been prepared in advance. The object must be physically marked/inscribed with words or runes. The first rune inscribed is a personal identifier of the caster, while the other words/runes are the sounds the caster uses to recall that object. Each object must have a unique set of sounds, and marking a new object with sounds of a previous object voids the enchantment on the previous object. If another caster marks the same object with the same spell, the first caster's enchantment is void.

The preparation for an object takes as much time as it would take to engrave (by hand) the object. Only after the runes/words have been inscribed can the caster finish the preparation by casting this spell into the object, which includes a drop of the caster's blood.

Once an object has been prepared, it can be recalled from anywhere on the plane by casting this spell and speaking the sounds/words to that particular object.

Restrictions: 1lb/level of the caster. 1 foot/level. Only the marked object can be summoned, not any attached items (a box will be recalled without its contents). Modifications to the object void the enchantment (writing on marked paper, engraving in a box). Items bound in silver or lead, or those enclosed in silver or lead lined rooms are temporarily unreachable.

The caster can dispel the enchantment by touching the object. If the object is identified, the name of the caster who enchantment can be determined.
Residue
Light violet aura on the object,
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Melf's Acid Arrow
Range
180 yds. 
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
1 target 
Duration
Special 
Damage
2d4 
Materials
a dart, powdered rhubarb leaf, and an adder's stomach 
By means of this spell, the wizard creates a magical arrow that speeds to its target as if fired from the bow of a fighter of the same level as the wizard. No modifiers for range, nonproficiency, or specialization are used. The arrow has no attack or damage bonus, but it inflicts 2d4 points of acid damage (with saving throws for items on the target); there is no splash damage.
For every three levels that the caster has achieved, the acid, unless somehow neutralized, lasts for another round, inflicting another 2d4 points of damage each round. So at 3rd-5th level, the acid lasts two rounds; at 6th-8th level, the acid lasts for three rounds, etc.
The material components of the spell are a dart, powdered rhubarb leaf, and an adder's stomach.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 186
SMV
Messenger
Range
1 mile / level 
Casting Time
Save
 
AoE
 
Duration
10 minutes / level 
Damage
 
Materials
A feather 
The caster eats a feather and then whispers the words to the spell, summoning a small bird into existence. The bird will flutter about in front of the caster for 1 minute while the caster delivers a short message to it, as well as a verbal and mental picture of the person to whom the message ought to be delivered. The bird then flies away to deliver the message.

The bird will follow the rough instructions of the caster trying to find where to deliver its message. If the caster told the bird to deliver the message to the caster's wife who was at home, the bird will fly to the casters home (if within range of the spell) and visually look for the caster's wife. If the caster's wife cannot be found (inside where the bird can't go, not at home, disguised, etc.), the bird circle the area trying to find the target. The bird's ability to locate someone is only as good as a normal bird's - that is it can recognize a person by their face, or what they are wearing, but may get confused if there are many similar subjects.

The bird delivers the message as a series of squawks, which will get the words through, but not intonation or other verbal cues. Alternatively, a message may be attached to the bird physically. This message must be prepared ahead of time and the caster must have a way of attaching it to the bird.

A bird that fails to find its target by the end of the spell, vanishes without having delivered it.

As a magical creature, the bird can also be sent to magical beacons as per the Beacon spell. In this case, the bird will deliver to the beacon, even if it is not in the possession of the intended target of the spell.
Residue
None.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Mount
Range
5' 
Casting Time
Save
 
AoE
100' per level 
Duration
1 day / level 
Damage
 
Materials
A part of the creature to be summoned 
Throwing the components into the air an speaking the words aloud summons into existence a mount. The creature summoned must be of hit dice equal to or less than that of the caster. The mount is broken in and well behaved, but know no special commands or tricks and will serve only the person it was specifically summoned for. Any other person or creature attempting to ride it will meet with a very uncomfortable and spooked mount who will try to throw them. The mount will carry its rider into combat, but will not fight. A summoned horse will not overrun someone, for example.

The ability to summon a mount does not confer and ability to ride it. A cater who has never ridden a giant spider might have a very hard, or impossible, time trying to ride one they have summoned via this spell. This spell does not confer any supernatural communication with the mount.

The mount's link to the caster is weak, and the mount will vanish when it takes damage equal to the caster's level, or if the mount is separated by its rider by more than 100' per caster level.

Residue
The mount radiates moderate magic
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Summon Swarm
Range
60 yds. 
Casting Time
Save
Negate 
AoE
10-ft. cube 
Duration
Special 
Damage
1d4+ 1 per three levels 
Materials
a square of red cloth 
The swarm of small animals (roll on following table to determine type, or the DM can assign an appropriate creature) drawn by the summon swarm spell will viciously attack all creatures in the area chosen by the caster.
Creatures actively defending against the swarm to the exclusion of other activities suffer 1 point of damage for each round spent in the swarm.
Those taking other actions, including leaving the swarm, receive damage equal to 1d4 points + 1 point per three levels of the caster, every round. Note that spellcasting withing the swarm is impossible.
A d100 roll of 01-40 will summon rats.
A d100 roll of 41-70 will summon bats.
A d100 roll of 71-80 will summon spiders.
A d100 roll of 81-90 will summon centipedes/beetles.
A d100 roll of 91-100 will summon flying insects.
The swarm cannot be fought effectively with weapons, but fire and area effects can force it to disperse by inflicting damage. The swarm disperses when it has taken a total of 2 hit points per caster level from these attacks.
A protection from evil spell keeps the swarm at bay, and certain area-effect spells, such as gust of wind and stinking cloud, disperse a swarm immediately, if appropriate to the swarm summoned (e.g., only flyers are affected by a gust of wind).
The caster must remain stationary and undisturbed to control the swarm; if his concentration lapses or is broken, the swarm disperses in two rounds. The swarm is stationary once conjured.
The material component is a square of red cloth.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 188
SMV
Wall of Gloom
Range
30 yards 
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
Two 10-ft. cubes, + one 10-ft. cube/level (max. is 8 cubes) 
Duration
2d4 rds. + 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a bit of fleece 
This spell creates a wall or barrier of ominous shadow in any area within the spell range. The wall of gloom does not obscure sight completely, but objects or creatures within the wall, or on its other side, are dim shadows that can barely be seen. Creatures attempting missile fire through the wall suffer a -2 penalty to their attack rolls. In addition,the supernatural cold and darkness of the wall of gloom may cause creatures moving through the wall to recoil in fear. Creatures of 4 Hit Dice or less who enter the wall must make saving throw vs. spell or retreat for 1d3 rounds; creatures of 4+1 to 7 Hit Dice must save or hesitate for 1 round before entering the wall; and undead and creatures of 7+1 Hit Dice or more ignore the wall's fear effects.
The wall can take any shape the caster desires, as long as it is at least 10 feet high and 10 feet thick.The material component is a bit of fleece from a black sheep and the eyelash of a revenant.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Spells and Magic page 143
SMV
Bands of Sirellyn
Range
40 yards 
Casting Time
Save
Negate 
AoE
1 creature 
Duration
1 turn + 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
three miniature bands of silver 
Once employed by the mysterious ancient wizard known as the Arcanamach, the mage Sirellyn rediscovered this forgotten dweomer many centuries after its last use. The spell causes a number of shining metal bands to materialize out of the air, encircling and capturing a target of the caster's choice. The victim is allowed a saving throw vs. spell to elude capture, with a -1 penalty per three caster levels(for example,-1 for a 4th to 6th level caster,-2 for a 7th to 9th level caster,-3 for a 10th to 12th level caster, and so on),since higher-level casters tend to conjure more bands in a denser pattern. Any creature of less than size G can be snared, but gargantuan monsters are simply too big to be restrained by the bands.
The spell requires three miniature bands of silver that are interlocked so that all three are connected.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Spells and Magic page 143
SMV
Clairvoyance
Range
1 mile / level 
Casting Time
1 round 
Save
None 
AoE
120 feet 
Duration
Concentration 
Damage
 
Materials
A small glass or crystal ball 
By clearing a small circle around themselves and tossing the material components into the sky, the caster summons into being a singular eyeball, wrapped in a lid of its own. The caster can move the eye around at will, as long as they remain in the circle they cleared, and see through the eye as if it was their own. Unless the caster closes their other eyes, the effect is quite dizzying and confusing. The eye has poor focus and has a hard time seeing things beyond 120 feet. When the caster moves the eye, it levitates, hovers, and flies at twice the caster's movement range. The eye is physical and can be interacted with. It has AC 15 and 1hp.

Strong winds, rain, snow, or sleet can make manuvering of the eye difficult or impossible.

When the spell ends, the eye returns to being a crystal ball, landing where the eye last was. Should the eye have been destroyed, the crystal ball is destroyed.

If a small glass or crystal ball cannot be found, the eye of a creature may be used instead, but is consumed in the process.
Residue
Crystal ball takes on a moderate yellow aura, fading over the next 24 hours.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Flame Arrow
Range
30 yds.+ 10 yds./level 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
1 rd 
Damage
5d6 
Materials
a drop of oil and a small piece of flint 
This spell has two effects. First, the wizard can cause normal arrows or crossbow bolts to become magical flaming missiles for one round. The missiles must be nocked and drawn (or cocked) at the completion of the spell. If they are not loosed within one round, they are consumed by the magic.
For every five levels the caster has achieved, up to 10 arrows or bolts can be affected. The arrows inflict normal damage, plus 1 point of fire damage to any target struck. They may also cause incendiary damage. This version of the spell is used most often in large battles.
The second version of this spell enables the caster to hurl fiery bolts at opponents within range. Each bolt inflicts 1d6 points of piercing damage, plus 4d6 points of fire damage.
Only half of the fire damage is inflicted if the creature struck saves vs. spell.
The caster receives one bolt for every five experience levels (two bolts at 10th level, three at 15th level, etc.). Bolts must be used on creatures within 20 yards of each other and in front of the wizard.
The material components for this spell are a drop of oil and a small piece of flint.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 192
SMV
Minor Gateway
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
Save
 
AoE
20' radius 
Duration
Instant 
Damage
 
Materials
Stick of chalk or paint brush 
The caster draws in the air a portal or doorway which then briefly opens to one of the four elemental planes, letting the raw energy and material of the plane flow into the world. The portal opens for only a second or two, but in this time it is bi-directional.

Plane of Fire: When the portal opens, a half sphere of heat and energy bursts forth, enveloping everything within 20' in flames and dealing 8d6 points of fire damage. Creatures in the area of effect can save for half damage.

Plane of Air: A strong gust of fresh air rushes out, blowing over anything not firmly attached to the ground. Creatures within 20' must make a strength check to stay on their feet. If there is nowhere for the air to go, for example if the portal is opened in a sealed room, the pressure in the room raises, but there is no wind. If opened in a hallway or other restricted space the effects are intensified, possibly knocking creatures back.

Plane of Water: 3000' cubic feet (30 x 10 x 10) of fresh water burst forth from the portal. Like a portal to the plane of air, the effects are largely determined by the terrain the portal is opened into.

Plane of Earth: Considering that the plane of earth is solid material, this spell effectively creates a very short lived solid wall.

There is a very small, but non-zero, chance that the portal opens near a denizen of the plane, which may accidentally or intentionally be swept through the portal and into existence. This creature is not bound in any way. DMs should be careful in deciding if and what ever comes through the portal.
Residue
None
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Monster Summoning I
Range
Special 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
2 rds.+ 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a tiny bag and a small (not necessarily lit) candle 
Within one round of casting thiss pell, the wizard magically conjures 2d4 1st-level monsters (selected by the DM, from his 1st-level encounter tables). The monsters appear in an area within the spell range, as desired by the wizard. They attack the spell user's opponents to the best of their ability until either he commands that the attacks cease, the spell duration expires, or the monsters are slain.
These creatures do not check morale, but they vanish when slain. Note that if no opponent exists to fight, summoned monsters can, if the wizard can communicate with them and if they are physically able, perform other services for the summoning wizard.
In rare cases, adventurers have been known to disappear, summoned by powerful spellcasters using this spell. Those summoned recall all the details of their trip.
The material components of this spell are a tiny bag and a small (not necessarily lit) candle.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 195
SMV
Phantom Steed
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
1 turn 
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
1 hr./level 
Damage
 
Materials
 
When this spell is cast, the wizard creates a quasi-real, horse-like creature. The steed can be ridden only by the wizard who created it, or by any person for whom the wizard specifically creates such a mount.
A phantom steed has a black head and body, gray mane and tail, and smoke-colored, insubstantial hooves that make no sound. Its eyes are milky-colored. It does not fight, but all normal animals shun it and only monstrous ones will attack. The mount has an Armor Class of 2 and 7 hit points, plus 1 per level of the caster.
If it loses all of its hit points, the phantom steed disappears. A phantom steed moves at a movement rate of 4 per level of the spellcaster, to a maximum movement rate of 48. It has what seems to be a saddle and a bit and bridle.
It can bear its rider's weight, plus up to 10 pounds per caster level.
These mounts gain certain powers according to the level of the wizard who created them:
8th Level: The ability to pass over sandy, muddy, or even swampy ground without difficulty.
10th Level: The ability to pass over water as if it were firm, dry ground.
12th Level: The ability to travel in the air as if it were firm land, so chasms and the like can be crossed without benefit of a bridge. Note, however, that the mount cannot casually take off and fly; the movement must be between points of similar altitude.
14th Level: The ability to perform as if it were a pegasus; it flies at a rate of 48 per round upon command.
Note that a mount's abilities include those of lower levels; thus a 12th-level mount has the 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-level abilities.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 195
SMV
Sepia Snake Sigil
Range
5 yds. 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
1 sigil 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
100 gp worth of powdered amber, a scale from any snake, and a pinch of mushroom spores 
When this spell is cast, a small written symbol appears in the text of any written work. When read, the so-called sepia snake springs into being and strikes at the nearest living creature (but does not attack the wizard who cast the spell).
Its attack is made as if it were a monster with Hit Dice equal to the level of the wizard who cast the spell. If it strikes successfully, the victim is engulfed in a shimmering amber field of force, frozen and immobilized until released, either at the caster's command, by a successful dispel magic spell, or until a time equal to 1d4 days + 1 day per caster level has elapsed.
Until then, nothing can get at the victim, move the shimmering force surrounding him, or otherwise affect him. The victim does not age, grow hungry, sleep, or regain spells while in this state. He is not aware of his surroundings.
If the sepia snake misses its target, it dissipates in a flash of brown light, with a loud noise and a puff of dun-colored smoke that is 10 feet in diameter and lasts for one round.
The spell cannot be detected by normal observation, and detect magic reveals only that the entire text is magical. A dispel magic can remove it; an erase spell destroys the entire page of text. It can be cast in combination with other spells that hide or garble text.
The components for the spell are 100 gp worth of powdered amber, a scale from any snake, and a pinch of mushroom spores.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 196
SMV
Solvent of Corrosion
Range
10 yards 
Casting Time
Save
1/2 
AoE
1 sq. ft./level 
Duration
3 rounds 
Damage
Special 
Materials
a mixture of vinegar, water, and a drop of black dragon acid 
This spell conjures a corrosive, acidic slime of horrid strength on one surface or creature within the spell's range. Up to one square foot of surface area per caster level can be affected, so a 5 th-level caster can affect 5 square feet - enough to create a 2-foot by 3-foot hole in a door or wall, or thoroughly drench a man-sized creature. The acid eats through 6 inches of wood, leather, or bone, 4 inches of stone, or 1 inch of metal each round.
Against monsters composed of stone, metal or wood, the solvent inflicts 1d3 points of damage per caster level per square foot affected in the first round, 1d2 per caster in the second round, and 1 per two caster levels in the third and final round.
Therefore, a 10th-level wizard who strikes a treant with solvent of corrosion inflicts 10d3, then 10d2 and finally 5 points of damage. Each round, the victim is allowed a saving throw vs. spell for half damage.
Against flesh, the solvent is much less effective; it is caustic and burns painfully, inflicting 1 point of damage per caster level in the first round, but no further damage in the second or third round. However, the burning in the following rounds does inflict a -2 penalty to the victim's attacks while the solvent is active.
The solvent is extremely likely to cause extensive damage to the victim's armor and equipment; item saving throws vs. acid may apply at the DM's discretion. If the armor or equipment is magical in nature, then the saving throws is made with the usual bonuses allowed to the magical item.
The great alchemist Vandarien developed his solvent to dissolve iron grates, stone and woodwork traps, and other such hazards. The solvent's effectiveness against mineral or wood-based creatures was a mere side effect of his research. The material component of this spell is a mixture of vinegar, water, and a drop of black dragon acid.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Spells and Magic page 144
SMV
Spirit Armor
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
1 creature 
Duration
3 rounds / level 
Damage
 
Materials
Special 
This spell conjures spirits from another plane that surround the target. They weight nothing, add nothing to encumbrance, and do not interfere with casting or visibility. These spirits interpose themselves between their host and her nearby enemies. Anyone attempting to make an attack against the caster must make a saving throw vs spell or instead attack the spirits. The spirits have AC 13 and hit points equal to 8 + caster level.

Additionally, depending on the material components there is an additional effect.

5 steel coins: earth elemental spirits surround the target, reducing damage by 1 per die from non magical weapon attacks.
10gp crystal: the spirits have AC 14
Fungus or lichen: the spirits are fey and shed a soft green light for 10 feet in all directions
Healing potion: spirits have additional hit points as if the potion was consumed.
Humanoid finger: the spirits those of the dead and impose a -1 to fear saves of all enemies who can clearly see them
Water, fresh: the subject and their clothes are imbued with water, wetting skin and dampening clothes. Saves vs. fire effects are made at +1
Water, salt: the spirits are foggy and dense, creating an area of light fog for 10 feet
Residue
Spirits radiate light conjuration magic.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Summon Creature
Range
10 feet 
Casting Time
Save
 
AoE
 
Duration
3 rounds / level 
Damage
 
Materials
Bone, tooth, nail, or hair of the creature to be summoned. 
The caster speaks the words to the spell while holding the essence of the creature in their primary hand. The essence bursts into flame, which the caster then reaches through to pull out an individual of that type who is then bound to the caster's will. Casters cannot summon specific individuals with this spell, and mindless/soulless creatures cannot be bound (jellies, undead, etc.). This spell does not bring any weapons, armor, or equipment that the creature wasn't already wearing.

The caster must physically touch the creature when it pulls it through the flame, but the creature does not appear held in the caster's hand. Instead it appears wherever desired within 10' of the caster.

Creatures that cannot understand the caster will simply attack whoever the caster indicates and cannot be called off once sent to attack. Creatures that can understand the cater will obey verbal commands to the best of their ability, but will not be self destructive. A goblin might be ordered to charge a dragon, but it will not throw itself off a cliff.

The creature, upon being summoned, may make a check to burst the casters dominance on them. Both sides roll a d10+wil+levelx2 (or hit dice if level is not available), and if the creature meets or beats the caster, the creature is free. Semi-magical creatures get a +5 bonus to their roll, magical creatures get a +10, highly magical creatures get a +15. Natural 1s and 20s have no effect on this roll.

If the creature successfully bursts the spell, it becomes free willed and usually very angry at the summoner, who it will probably try to destroy.

Creatures that are bound may be dismissed with a gesture and a sound.
Residue
Creatures radiate light magic.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Watery Double
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
Save
Negate 
AoE
One body of liquid 
Duration
Special; max. 10 rounds 
Damage
1d8/round 
Materials
 
This spell may be cast on any body of liquid as large as an ocean or as small as a glass of wine.The first creature whose reflection is cast on the surface of the liquid releases the spell. When the spell is triggered, the liquid immediately forms an exact three-dimensional image of the reflected creature. If more than one creature casts a reflection simultaneously, only one watery double forms. Each creature has an equal chance of being the victim of the spell (roll randomly).
The size of the watery double is restricted by the volume of fluid available. If the spell were cast on a full mug of ale, the double would form from the ale, becoming a mug-sized duplicate of the victim. The watery double will never exceed the actual size of the victim regardless of the size of the body of liquid.When the spell is cast on the liquid, its duration is considered permanent until the power is released by a creature's reflection. The liquid will not evaporate until the spell is triggered. When the watery double forms, it remains animated for 1 round per experience level of the caster, to a maximum of 10 rounds.
The watery double attempts to touch the creature it has duplicated. It can affect only the creature that it resembles. It has the same THACO and current hit points as the creature it duplicates, but cannot cast spells or use any of the creature's magical items or special abilities. The watery double is AC 6 and its movement rate is double that of the victim. It may seep under doors and through cracks.
If the watery double succeeds in touching the creature, it merges with the individual, covering his entire body in a skin of liquid. The victim must attempt a saving throw. If successful, the creature has resisted the spell's effect and the watery double "dies," becoming normal fluid (and soaking the creature in the process). If the saving throw is failed, the watery double begins forcing its way into the victim's body, inflicting Id8 points of damage per round until it is destroyed.
The watery double dissipates if reduced to zero hit points or when the spell's duration expires.Striking the watery double while it is wrapped around its victim causes an equal amount of damage to the victim. Part water, lower water, and transmute water to dust spells instantly destroy a watery double.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Tome of Magic page 27
SMV
Conjure Elemental-Kin
Range
60 yards 
Casting Time
1 turn 
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
1 turn/level 
Damage
 
Materials
Burning incense, Soft clay, Water and sand 
Like the conjure elemental spell, this summoning can be used to summon a creature from one of the four elemental planes- a sylph from the plane of Air, a pech or sandling from the plane of Earth, a fire snake from the plane of fire,or a nereid or water weird from the plane of water. The wizard must decide which elemental kin he will conjure when he memorizes the spell since the components and procedures are different for each. An elemental specialist can conjure only from his own element.
Elemental-kin can only be conjured if there is a good amount of their native element at hand; a good-sized fire or a body of water is required for those elemental-kin. In addition to this and either an aquamarine, amber, ruby or emerald gem worth 1500 gold pieces, the wizard must also provide the spell's material component, which varies by element;See book for table.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Spells and Magic page 145
SMV
Conjure Object
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
1 minute 
Save
 
AoE
400 cubic feet 
Duration
1 hour / level 
Damage
 
Materials
Something to trace the footprint of the object 
The caster traces the footprint or shadow of the object to be summoned, creating an outline of it on the ground. Some surfaces are particularity difficult to create shapes in. Grass, for example, is particularly difficult to work with, but chalk on stone, or a stick in dirt works very well. The object to be summoned must be named and appears after the words are spoken. It is typical of its type, and can contain many different types of materials, but no living things. A caster may summon a carriage, but not the horse to pull it. Summoning an item does not confer an ability to use it.

Specific items cannot be summoned, nor can a look or decorative style be picked. For example, a caster could not summon "A black carriage" or "The queen's carriage". Moreover, the object must be solid and self contained. The caster cannot fill 400 cubic feet of poison gas or water or broken glass, etc.

The item appears on the ground in the footprint outlined. The casting time is for the utterance of the spell, and does not include the time needed to make the outline, which is variable.
Residue
Traced area is scorched
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Dimensional Chest
Range
Self 
Casting Time
1 minute 
Save
 
AoE
 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
Key 
The caster kneels on the ground, or stands before an elevated flat surface, and mimes the shape of the chest, inserting the martial component (a key) into space where the lock on the chest would be. When the key is released from the caster's hand, it holds its place in mid air while a chest materializes around the key. The chest will only form if there is a surface for it to rest on.

The chest is unlocked and any items that can fit inside may be placed in there. Once the caster has placed what they want in the chest, they can close the lid and remove the key. Once the key is removed, the chest vanishes into a small dimensional pocket where it is untouchable by any but extreme means. The key remains on the same plane as the caster. This key, when placed in any lock by any creature, will summon the chest at the feet (or nearby flat surface) of its holder. The chest will fizzle after 5 minutes unless the Dimensional Chest spell is cast again, in which case the same chest can be sent back without having to move items between chests.

The chest will say in extra dimensional space until recalled. Should a wizard lockup their goods and then be eaten by a large creature, it may be many years or centuries until someone finds the key again, but the chest will still be waiting. The extra dimensional chest space is only as large as the chest and the only air there is what is in the chest. Living creatures should not be put in the chest if they wish to survive.

While the chest is in extra dimensional space, the key used to summon it radiates moderate magical energy. The key is almost indestructible, but if destroyed immediately summons the chest back at the point of its destruction. If the key is tossed into a pit of lave, it will be destroyed, the chest will be summoned into the pit of lava, and all items in the chest will (more than likely) be destroyed too.
Residue
Key radiates moderate magic until dispelled.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Evard's Black Tentacles
Range
30 yds. 
Casting Time
1 rd. 
Save
None 
AoE
30 sq. ft./level 
Duration
1 hr./level 
Damage
1d4 
Materials
a piece of tentacle from a giant octopus or giant squid 
This spell creates many rubbery, black tentacles in the area of effect. These waving members seem to spring forth from the earth, floor, or whatever surface is underfoot - including water. Each tentacle is 10 feet long, AC 4, and requires as many points of damage to destroy as the level of the wizard who cast the spell. There are ld4 such tentacles, plus one per experience level of the spellcaster.
Any creature within range of the writhing tentacles is subject to attack as determined by the DM. The target of a tentacle attack must roll a saving throw vs. spell. If this succeeds, the subject suffers 1d4 points of damage from contact with the tentacle, and then the tentacle is destroyed. Failure to save indicates that the damage inflicted is 2d4 points, the ebon member is wrapped around its subject and damage will be 3d4 points on the second and succeding rounds.
Since these tentacles have no intelligence to guide them, there is the possibility that they entwine any object - a tree, post, pillar, even the wizard himself - or continue to squeeze a dead opponent. A grasping hold established by a tentacle remains until the tentacle is destroyed by some form of attack or until it disappears at the end of the spell's duration.
The component for this spell is a piece of tentacle from a giant octopus or giant squid.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 200
SMV
Monster Summoning II
Range
40 yds. 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
3 rds.+ 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a tiny bag and a small (not necessarily lit) candle 
This spell is much like the 3rd-level spell monster summoning I, except that this spell summons 1d6 2nd-level monsters.
These appear anywhere within the spell's area of effect and attack the caster's opponents, until he commands them to cease, the spell duration expires, or the monsters are slain.
These creatures do not check morale; they vanish when slain. If no opponent exists to fight and the wizard can communicate with them, the summoned monsters can perform other services for the summoning wizard.
The material components of this spell are a tiny bag and a small (not necessarily lit) candle.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 204
SMV
Summon Creatures
Range
10 feet 
Casting Time
Save
 
AoE
 
Duration
3 rounds / level 
Damage
 
Materials
Bone, tooth, nail, or hair of the creature to be summoned. 
This spell is identical to the 3rd level Summon Creature spell, except that the caster may summon a number of creatures equal to their level.

The caster makes one opposed burst check check at -1 for every two creatures summoned (rounded up), that each creature contests with their own roll. Each round that a bound creature and a freed creature from the same casting are in the same area gives the bound creature another chance to burst the spell.

A 7th level caster with 14 Wil who summons 7 ogres (4HD, 10 Wil) would have opposed rolls as follows.
Caster: 1d10+14+7x2-4 -> 1d10+24
Ogres: 1d10+10+4x2 -> 1d10+18
Residue
Creatures radiate light magic.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Summon Lycanthrope
Range
Special 
Casting Time
1 turn 
Save
Negate 
AoE
One creature 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
a drop of blood 
This spell is effective only on the night of a full moon and one night immediately preceding and following it.
For the spell to be effective, the caster and the lycanthrope must be on the same plane of existence;there is no other range limitation. When the spell is cast, the nearest lycanthrope (as determined by the DM) of the chosen species must attempt a saving throw. If successful, the creature is unaffected. If it fails, the lycanthrope instantly appears near the caster.
Upon arrival, the creature can freely attack the wizard unless the caster has created a warding circle. If a circle is present, the lycanthrope appears in the circle; otherwise, it appears Id10 feet away from the caster in a random direction (the DM should use the scatter diagram for grenadelike missiles found in the DUNGEON MASTER@ Guide to determine direction).
A warding circle is a temporary prison drawn with specially prepared pigments laced with silver filings. These pigments cost 100 gp for each foot of diameter of the circle (thus, a circle 10 feet across costs 1,000 gp). A warding circle must be at least 5 feet in diameter; if smaller, the lycanthrope is automatically freed. Preparing the circle takes one turn per foot of diameter.
Even with such protection, the lycanthrope can break out of the circle and wreak vengeance upon the summoner. The creature
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Tome of Magic page 30
SMV
Vitriolic Sphere
Range
150 yards 
Casting Time
Save
1/2 
AoE
5-ft. radius 
Duration
Special 
Damage
1d4/level 
Materials
a drop of giant slug bile. 
This spell conjures a one-foot sphere of glowing emerald acid that the caster can direct to strike any target within range. When it reaches its target, the sphere explodes and drenches the victim in potent acid. The victim suffers 1d4 points of damage per caster level (to a maximum damage of 12d4) and may attempt a saving throw vs. spell for half damage. If the victim fails his saving throw, he continues to suffer acid damage in the following rounds, sustaining two less dice of damage each round. For example, an 8th-level wizard inflicts 8d4 damage with this spell on the first round, 6d4 on the second round, 4d4 on the third round, 2d4 on the fourth round, and the spell ends in the fifth round. Each round, the subject is entitled to a saving throw - the spell ends when he succeeds, or when the acid damage runs its course. The acid can also be neutralized with soda, ash, lye, charcoal, or removed with a large quantity of water.
The vitriolic sphere also splashes acid in a a 5-foot radius around the primary target. Any creatures within the splash radius must save vs. palatalization or suffer a splash hit that inflicts 1d4 points of damage per every five caster levels. Splash hits do not cause continuing damage. The material component for this spell is a drop of giant slug bile.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Spells and Magic page 147
SMV
Conjure Elemental
Range
60 yds. 
Casting Time
1 turn 
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
1 turn/level 
Damage
 
Materials
burning incense / soft clay / sulphur and phosphorus / water and sand 
There are actually four spells in the conjure elemental spell.
The wizard is able to conjure an air, earth, fire, or water elemental with this spell - assuming he has the material component for the particular elemental. (A considerable fire source must be in range to conjure a fire elemental; a large amount of water must be available to conjure a water elemental.) Conjured elementals have 8 Hit Dice.

It is possible to conjure successive elementals of different types if the spellcaster has memorized two or more of these spells. The type of elemental to be conjured must be decided upon before memorizing the spell. Each type of elemental can be conjured only once per day.

The conjured elemental must be controlled by the wizard - the spellcaster must concentrate on the elemental doing his commands - or it turns on the wizard and attacks. The elemental will not break off a combat to do so, but it will avoid creatures while seeking its conjurer. If the wizard is wounded or grappled, his concentration is broken.
There is always a 5% chance that the elemental turns on its conjurer regardless of concentration. This check is made at the end of the second and each succeeding round.
An elemental that breaks free of its control can be dispelled by the caster, but the chance of success is only 50%. The elemental can be controlled up to 30 yards away per level of the spellcaster. The elemental remains until its form on this plane is destroyed due to damage or until the spell's duration expires.
Note that water elementals are destroyed if they are ever more than 60 yards from a large body of water.

The material component of the spell (besides the quantity of the element at hand) is a small amount of one of the following:
Air Elemental - burning incense
Earth Elemental - soft clay
Fire Elemental - sulphur and phosphorus
Water Elemental - water and sand

Special protection from uncontrolled elementals is available by means of a protection from evil spell.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 212
SMV
Improved Magic Circle
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
Variable 
Save
 
AoE
Variable 
Duration
Until disrupted 
Damage
 
Materials
Chalk and powered silver or lead  
This spell functions in all respects like the 2nd level Magic Circle spell, except that those outside the circle may cast spells into the circle. They still may not physically cross the barrier.
Residue
The physical circle itself.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Leomund's Secret Chest
Range
Special 
Casting Time
1 turn 
Save
None 
AoE
One chest, about 2 x 2 x 3 ft. 
Duration
60 days 
Damage
 
Materials
The chest 
This spell enables a specially constructed chest to be hidden deep within the Ethereal Plane, to be summoned using a small model of the chest. The large chest must be exceptionally well-crafted and expensive, constructed for the caster by master craftsmen. If made principally of wood, it must be ebony, rosewood, sandalwood, teak, or the like, and all of its corner fittings, nails, and hardware must be platinum. If constructed of ivory, the metal fittings of the chest must be gold. If the chest is fashioned from bronze, copper, or silver, its fittings must be electrum or silver. The cost of such a chest is never less than 5,000 gp. Once it is constructed, the wizard must have a tiny replica (of the same materials and perfect in every detail) made, so that the miniature of the chest appears to be a perfect copy. One wizard can have but one pair of these chests at any given time--even wish spells do not allow exceptions! The chests themselves are nonmagical, and can be fitted with locks, wards, and so on, just as any normal chest.
While touching the chest and holding the tiny replica, the caster chants the spell. This causes the large chest to vanish into the Ethereal Plane. The chest can contain 1 cubic foot of material per level of the wizard no matter what its apparent size. Living matter makes it 75% likely that the spell fails, so the chest is typically used for securing valuable spell books, magical items, gems, etc. As long as the spellcaster has the small duplicate of the magical chest, he can recall the large one from the Ethereal Plane whenever the chest is desired. If the miniature of the chest is lost or destroyed, there is no way, not even with a wish spell, that the large chest can return, although an expedition might be mounted to find it.
While the chest is in the Ethereal Plane, there is a cumulative 1% chance per week that some being finds it. This chance is reset to 1% whenever the chest is recalled and the spell recast to return it to the Ethereal Plane. If the chest is found, the DM must work out the encounter and decide how the being reacts to the chest (for example, it might ignore the chest, fully or partially empty it, or even exchange or add to the items present!).
Whenever the secret chest is brought back to the Prime Material Plane, an ethereal window is opened for a variable amount of time (usually about one turn); the window slowly diminishes in size. When this hole opens between the planes, check for an ethereal encounter to see if a monster is drawn through.
If the large chest is not retrieved before the spell duration lapses, there is a cumulative chance of 5% per day that the chest is lost.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 215
SMV
Malakai's Teleportation Circle
Range
N/A 
Casting Time
Save
 
AoE
Special 
Duration
Instantaneous 
Damage
 
Materials
Special 
This spell has two uses; the first to consecrate a magical circle for the purposes of the spell and the second to activate a teleportation circle and teleport the contents of one circle to another and vice-versa.

In order to consecrate a circle the wizard must carve out an intricate circle of at least 5ft diameter, this takes 1 day for every 10ft circumfrence of the circle. Then chunks of silver, costing 100gp per 1ft diameter of the circle, must be placed at points along the circle. Upon completion of casting the spell the silver melts to form the in-laid silver circle. When casting the spell in this way the wizard must designate a keyword to act as this circles name.

The second use of the spell allows the contents of the current circle to switch with the contents of any of the other circles for which the wizard knows the keyword. If a circle is broken by anything at the time of casting the contents of that circle are teleported to a random location. It is imperative the wizard ensures his circle is unbroken before casting.

If more than one magic circle has the same keyword then there is an equal chance of switching with either even if they were created by different casters.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Monster Summoning III
Range
Special 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
50-yd. radius 
Duration
4 rds. + 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a tiny bag and a small candle. 
This spell is much like the 3rd-level spell monster summoning I, except that this spell summons 1d4 3rd-level monsters. These appear within the spell's area of effect and attack the caster's opponents, until either he commands them to cease, the spell duration expires, or the monsters are slain. These creatures do not check morale and vanish when slain. If no opponent exists to fight, and the wizard can communicate with them, the summoned monsters can perform other services for the wizard.
The material components of this spell are a tiny bag and a small candle.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 217
SMV
Mordenkainen's Faithful Hound
Range
10 yds. 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
Special 
Damage
3d6/level 
Materials
tiny silver whistle, a piece of bone 
By means of this spell, the wizard summons up a phantom watchdog that only he can see. He may then command it to perform as guardian of a passage, room, door, or similar space or portal. The phantom watchdog immediately commences a loud barking if any creature larger than a cat approaches the place it guards. As the faithful hound is able to detect invisible creatures and ward against the approach of ethereal creatures, it is an excellent guardian. It does not react to illusions that are not at least quasi-real.
If the intruding creature exposes its back to the watchdog, the dog delivers a vicious attack as if it were a 10-Hit Dice monster, striking for 3d6 points of damage. It is able to hit opponents of all types, even those normally subject only to magical weapons of +3 or greater. Creatures without backs (for example, ochre jellies) are not attacked. The faithful hound cannot be attacked, but it can be dispelled. The spell lasts for a maximum of one hour plus half an hour per caster level, but once it is activated by an intruder, it lasts only one round per caster level. If the spellcaster is ever more than 30 yards distant from the area that the watchdog guards, the spell ends.
The material components of this spell are a tiny silver whistle, a piece of bone, and a thread.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 217
SMV
Summon Person
Range
10 feet 
Casting Time
Save
Negate 
AoE
1 person 
Duration
3 rounds / level 
Damage
 
Materials
 
This spell summons one specific living person from wherever they are to in front of the caster. The person being summoned gets a saving throw to avoid the affects of the spell. If they pass, they are aware that they were being summoned. The summoned person is not enthralled in any way and is free to act as they please.

The person must be on the same plane of existence to be targeted.

If the person is touching or wearing anything of silver or lead, the spell fails. Coins in a pocket are not touching the person directly, but a cloak lined with silver threads does count as touching.
Residue
None.
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
SMV
Summon Shadow
Range
10 yds. 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
10-ft. cube 
Duration
1 rd. + 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a bit of smoky quartz. 
When this spell is cast, the wizard conjures up one shadow (see the Monstrous Manual) for every three levels of experience he has attained. These monsters are under the control of the spellcaster and attack his enemies on command. The shadows remain until slain, turned, or the spell duration expires.
The material component for this spell is a bit of smoky quartz.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 218
SMV
Vile Venom
Range
30 yards 
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
Special 
Duration
1 hr./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a small vial of venom from a giant snake 
By casting this inherently evil spell, the wizard conjures a small amount of deadly poison directly onto any weapon blades or other surface within the area of effect. The spell creates one dose per caster level; a single dose is sufficient to coat one size S weapon such as a dagger or an arrowhead, three doses can coat a size M weapon, and five doses can coat a size L weapon. The venom remains potent for up to one hour per caster level, although an envenomed blade remains so for only 1d3 successful attacks before the poison has been worn off. The potency of the venom varies by the caster level, as shown below.(See book for table).
If a weapon coated with Vandarien
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Spells and Magic page 151
SMV
Conjure Animals
Range
Special 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
30 yds. radius 
Duration
1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
 
The conjure animals spell enables the wizard to magically create one or more mammals to attack his opponents. The total Hit Dice of the mammals cannot exceedtwice his level, if determined randomly, or his level if a specific animal type is requested (see the Dungeon Master Guide). Thus, a wizard of 12th level could randomly conjure
two mammals with 12 Hit Dice, four with 6 Hit Dice each, six with 4 Hit Dice each, eight with 3 Hit Dice each, twelve with 2 Hit Dice each, or 24 with 1 Hit Die each. Count every +1 hit point bonus of a creature as _ of a Hit Die; thus, a creature with 4+3 Hit Dice equals a 4 _ Hit Dice creature. The conjured animal(s) remain for one round for each level of the conjuring wizard, or until slain. They follow the caster's verbal commands. Conjured animals unfailingly attack the wizard's opponents, but they resist being used for any other purpose.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 221
SMV
Ensnarement
Range
10 yds. 
Casting Time
1 turn 
Save
Negate 
AoE
Special 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
 
Casting this spell attempts a dangerous act: to lure a powerful creature from another plane to a specifically prepared trap, where it will be held until it agrees to perform one service in return for freedom from the ensnarement spell. The type of creature to be ensnared must be known and stated, and if it has a specific, proper, or given name, this
must be used in casting the ensnarement spell. The spell causes an awareness of a gatelike opening on the plane of the creature to be ensnared. A special saving throw is then made to determine if the creature detects the nature of the planar opening as a trap or believes it to be a gate. To save, the creature must roll equal to or less than its Intelligence score on 1d20. The score is modified by the difference between the creature's Intelligence
and that of the spellcaster. If the creature has a higher score, the difference is subtracted from its dice roll to save. If the spellcaster has a higher score, the difference is added to the dice roll.
If the saving throw succeeds, the creature ignores the spell-created opening, and the spell fails. If the saving throw fails, the creature steps into the opening and is ensnared.
When so trapped, the otherplanar creature can freely attack the ensnaring wizard, unless the caster has created a warding circle. Such circles may be temporary (drawn by hand) or permanent (inlaid or carved). Even with such protection, the entrapped creature may break free and wreak its vengeance upon the spellcaster.
A hand-drawn circle has a base failure chance of 20%, while one inlaid or carved has a base of 10% (and that is for the first time it is used, to determine whether or not the job was done properly). The base chance is modified by the difference between the wizard's combined Intelligence and experience level and the Intelligence and the experience level
or Hit Dice of the creature ensnared. If the spellcaster has a higher total, that difference in percentage points is subtracted from the chance for the creature to break free. If the creature has a higher total, that difference is added to its chance to break free.
The chance can be further reduced by careful preparation of the circle. If the handmade circle is drawn over a longer period of time, using specially prepared pigments (1,000 gp value per turn spent drawing), the chance of breaking free is reduced by 1% for every turn spent in preparation. This can bring the base chance to 0%.
Similarly, an inlaid or carved design can be brought to a 0% chance of the creature breaking free by inlaying with various metals, minerals, etc. This cost will require a minimum of one full month of time and add not less than 50,000 gp to the basic cost of having the circle inlaid or carved into stone. Any break in the circle spoils the efficacy of
the spell and enables the creature to break free automatically. Even a straw dropped across the line of a magic circle destroys its power. Fortunately, the creature within cannot so much as place a straw upon any portion of the inscribed ward, for the magic of the barrier absolutely prevents it.
Once safely ensnared, the creature can be kept for as long as the spellcaster dares. (Remember the danger of something breaking the ward!) The creature cannot leave the circle, nor can any of its attacks or powers penetrate the barrier. The caster can offer bribes, use promises, or make threats in order to exact one service from the captive creature.
The DM will then assign a value to what the wizard has said to the ensnared creature, rating it from 0 to 6 (with 6 being the most persuasive). This rating is then subtracted from the Intelligence score of the creature. If the creature rolls a successful Intelligence check against its adjusted Intelligence, it refuses service. New offers, bribes, etc., can be made, or the old ones re-offered 24 hours later, when the creature's Intelligence has dropped by 1 point due to confinement. This can be repeated until the creature promises to serve, until it breaks free, or until the caster decides to get rid of it by means of some riddance spell. Impossible demands or unreasonable commands are never agreed to.
Once the single service is completed, the creature need only so inform the spellcaster to be instantly sent from whence it came. The creature might later seek revenge.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 224
SMV
Forest's Fiery contrictor
Range
10 yards/level 
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
One source of fire 
Duration
1 round/level 
Damage
1d6/level 
Materials
a red dragon 
This spell causes a tentacle of magical flame to snake forth from any existing source of natural or magical fire. The flaming tendril is 10 feet long, has AC 7, can be hit only by magical weapons of +2 or better, and has hit points equal to double the caster's level.
Any creature within 20feet of the tentacle is subject to attack as directed by the caster.The victim must attempt a saving throw;if successful the subject has avoided entanglement,but suffers 1d6 points of fire damage from contactwith the tendril.If the saving throw is failed,the victim is entangled by the flaming serpent and suffers 3d6 points of fire damage each round until the tendril is destroyed or the spell expires.
The material component is a red dragon's scale.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Tome of Magic page 39
SMV
Invisible Stalker
Range
10 yds. 
Casting Time
1 rd. 
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
burning incense and a piece of horn carved 
This spell summons an invisible stalker from the Elemental Plane of Air. This 8-Hit Dice monster obeys and serves the spellcaster in performing whatever tasks are set before it. It is a faultless tracker within one day of the quarry's passing. The invisible stalker follows instructions even if they send him hundreds or thousands of miles away and, once given an order, follows through unceasingly until the task is accomplished. However, the creature is bound to serve; it does not do so from loyalty or desire. Therefore, it resents prolonged missions or complex tasks, and it attempts to pervert instructions accordingly. Invisible stalkers understand common speech but speak no language save their own.
The material components of this spell are burning incense and a piece of horn carved into a crescent shape.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 226
SMV
Monster Summoning IV
Range
Special 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
60-yd. radius 
Duration
5 rds. + 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a tiny bag and a small candle 
This spell is much like the 3rd-level spell monster summoning I, except that this spell summons 1d3 4th-level monsters. These appear within the spell's area of effect and attack the caster's opponents, until he commands them to cease, the spell duration expires, or the monsters are slain. These creatures do not check morale; they vanish when slain. If no opponent exists to fight, summoned monsters can, if the wizard can communicate with them, and if they are physically capable, perform other services for the summoning wizard.
The material components of this spell are a tiny bag and a small (not necessarily lit) candle.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 228
SMV
Wildstrike
Range
30 yards 
Casting Time
Save
Negate 
AoE
One creature 
Duration
2d4 rounds 
Damage
 
Materials
a small glass tub 
This spell is used primarily against hostile spellcasters. It distorts all attempts at spellcasting,converting spell energy into wild surges.
The victim of a wildstrike is allowed a saving throw; if successful, the spell has no effect. If the saving throw is failed, the target is enclosed within a field of wild magic. If the victim casts spells or uses a charge from a magical item, a wild surge is automatically created (refer to Table 2). When determining the effects of this surge, the true level of the wild mage who cast the wildstrike is subtracted from the die roll, making the effects of the wild surge more likely to affect the victim.
The material component is a small glass tub that is shattered in the casting.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Tome of Magic page 39
SMV
Drawmij's Instant Summons
Range
Infinite + special 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
1 small object 
Duration
Instantaneous 
Damage
 
Materials
a gem of not 
When this spell is cast, the wizard teleports some desired item from virtually any location directly to his hand. The single object can be no longer in any dimension than a sword, can have no more weight than a shield (about eight pounds), and must be nonliving.
To prepare this spell, the wizard must hold a gem of not less than 5,000 gp value in his hand and utter all but the final word of the conjuration. At some point in the future, he must crush the gem and utter the final word. The desired item is then transported instantly into the spellcaster's right or left hand, as he desires.
The item must have been previously touched during the initial incantation and specifically named; only that particular item is summoned by the spell. During the initial incantation, the gem becomes magically inscribed with the name of the item to be summoned. The inscription is invisible and unreadable, except by means of a read magic spell, to all but the wizard who cast the summons.
If the item is in the possession of another creature, the spell does not work, and the caster knows who the possessor is and roughly where he, she, or it is located when the summons is cast. Items can be summoned from other planes of existence, but only if such items are not in the possession (not necessarily the physical grasp) of another creature. For each level of experience above the 14th, the wizard is able to summon a desired item from one plane farther removed from the plane he is in at the time the spell is cast (one plane away at 14th level, two planes away at 15th, etc.). Thus, a wizard of 16th level could cast the spell even if the desired item was on the second layer of one of the Outer Planes, but at 14th level the wizard would be able to summon the item only if it were no farther than one of the Inner Planes, the Ethereal Plane, or the Astral Plane (see the Planescape Campaign Setting boxed set). Note that special wards or barriers, or factors that block the teleport or plane shift spells, may also block the operation of this spell. Objects in Leomund's secret chest cannot be recovered by using this spell.
Note: If the item is wizard marked, it can be summoned from anywhere on the same plane unless special local conditions apply. Furthermore, the details of the location of the item are more specific, and the item is more easily traceable with other types of scrying magic.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 233
SMV
Hatch the Stone from the Egg
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
ld4 +4 hours 
Save
None 
AoE
One alchemical mixture 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
a magical item known as the philosopher's egg 
When a wizard wishes to create the magical item known as the philosopher's stone,he must first discover its alchemical formula,which tells him the necessary them.This information is not provided by this spell,and this spell is useless without the formula.(The exact ingredients and formula are decided by the Dungeon Master and must be discovered by the wizard by adventuring.)
When the formula has been discovered and the ingredients prepared,the wizard enchants the alchemical mixture with the enchant an item spell.Hatch the stone from the egg is then cast upon the mixture.This spell slowly transmutes the mixture into its final form as the philosopher's stone.
The material component for this spell is a magical item known as the philosopher's egg,which is an enchanted retort used to hold the alchemical mixture.The egg is not destroyed upon completion of the spell and may be used again.(Further details about the philosopher's egg are found in Chapter4 of this book.)
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Tome of Magic page 40
SMV
Intensify Summoning
Range
Special 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
1 turn 
Damage
 
Materials
a small leather pouch and a miniature silver candelabra 
This spell enhances the strength of creatures summoned by the caster via 1st through 6th level conjuration/summoning spells. Only spells which bring summoned creatures to the wizard are affected.
The first two conjuration/summoning spells cast by the wizard within one turn following the intensify summoning spell are affected. Summoned creatures gain 2 hit points per hit die. The affected creatures retain their bonus hit points until the normal expiration of the spell that summoned them.
The material components are a small leather pouch and a miniature silver candelabra.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Tome of Magic page 41
SMV
Limited Wish
Range
Unlimited 
Casting Time
Special 
Save
Special 
AoE
Special 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
 
The limited wish is a very potent but difficult spell. It will fulfill literally, but only partially or for a limited duration, the utterance of the spellcaster. Thus, the actuality of the past, present, or future might be altered (but possibly only for the wizard unless the wording of the spell is most carefully stated) in some limited manner. The use of a limited wish will not substantially change major realities, nor will it bring wealth or experience merely by asking. The spell can, for example, restore some hit points (or all hit points for a limited duration) lost by the wizard. It can reduce opponent hit probabilities or damage, increase duration of some magical effect, cause a creature to be favorably disposed to the spellcaster, mimic a spell of 7th level or less, and so on (see the 9th-level wish spell). Greedy desires usually end in disaster for the wisher. Casting time is based on the time spent preparing the wording for the spell (clever players decide what they want to say before using the spell). Normally, the casting time is one round (most of it being taken up by deciding what to say). Casting this spell ages the caster one year per 100 years of regular life span.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 234
SMV
Monster Summoning V
Range
Special 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
70-yd. radius 
Duration
6 rds. + 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a tiny bag and a small candle 
This spell is much like the 3rd-level monster summoning I spell, except that this spell summons 1d3 5th-level monsters. These appear within the spell's area of effect and attack the caster's opponents until either he commands them to cease, the spell duration expires, or the monsters are slain. These creatures do not check morale, and they vanish when
slain. If no opponent exists to fight, summoned monsters can, if the wizard can communicate with them, and if they are physically capable, perform other services for the summoning wizard.
The material components of this spell are a tiny bag and a small (not necessarily lit)candle.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 234
SMV
Power Word, Stun
Range
5 yds./level 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
1 creature 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
 
When a power word, stun spell is uttered, any creature of the wizard's choice is stunned--reeling and unable to think coherently or act--for a duration dependent on its current hit points. Of course, the wizard must be facing the creature, and the creature must be within the range of 5 yards per experience level of the caster. Creatures with 1 to 30 hit points are stunned for 4d4 rounds, those with 31 to 60 hit points are stunned for 2d4 rounds, those with 61 to 90 hit points are stunned for 1d4 rounds, and creatures with over 90 hit points are not affected. Note that if a creature is weakened so that its hit points are below its usual maximum, the current number of hit points is used.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 235
SMV
Prismatic Spray
Range
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
70 x 15 ft. spray 
Duration
Instantaneous 
Damage
 
Materials
 
When this spell is cast, the wizard causes seven shimmering, multicolored rays of light to flash from his hand in a triangular spray. This spray is 70 feet long and spreads to 15 feet wide at the end. It includes all colors of the visible spectrum; each ray has a different power and purpose. Any creature with fewer than 8 Hit Dice struck by a ray is blinded for 2d4 rounds, regardless of any other effect. Any creature in the area of effect will be touched by one or more of the rays. To determine which ray strikes a creature, roll 1d8 and consult the following table:See book for table.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 235
SMV
Seven-Eyes
Range
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
Create 7 eyes 
Duration
1 rd./level 
Damage
1d4+1/level 
Materials
seven blessed gemstones 
This spell conjures into existence seven magical orbs that float above the caster's head in a ring about 5 feet in diameter. The eyes remail for 1 round per level, or until the caster chooses to either expend the orb by using it in attack or defense. In addition, as long as at least one eyes is still in existence, the caster gains 360 vision and can detect invisiblity and detect phase at will, with a 60-foot range. The powers of each eye are described below.
.Eye of the mind; This orb protects the caster against mental attack, charm, or influence,including charm,beguiling, hold,and emotion effects. The first such attack is desires the eye of the mind can instead be usec to charm person like the 1st-level wizard spell, although this also expends the orb.
.Eye of the sword: This eye deflects the first physical attack that endangers the caster, including hand-held or missile attacks,and then disappears. The wizard can also employ the eye of the sword to create five magical blades that strike as magic missiles for 1d4+1 points of damage each.(Knockdown d6,medium1 hit impact.
.Eye of the mage: One manifestation of raw energy,such as lightning, fire,force,cold, or a similar effect, is absorbed by the eye of the mage. The eye can also project a 60 foot long by 5 foot wide lighting bolt that inflicts 4d8 damage(saving throw vs. spell for half damage)to all in its path. Either use expends the eye's power.(Knockdown d12,large(1-3 hits) electricity).
.Eye of venom: This eye can be used to halt any one attack or effect that could poison the caster. In the case of an attacker armed with an envenomed weapon, the caster may decide to expend either the eye of venom or the eye of swords in order to block the attack. The eye can also be used to poison one creature within 30 feet; the victim must make a saving throw vs. poison or die in one round.
.Eye of the spirit: The first attack that affects the victim's life energy, including energy drain, strength drain, cause wounds, trap the soul, magic jar, or death is parried by the eye of the spirit. The wizard may instead choose to expoends the eye's power by casting enervation upon one target within 30 feet.
. Eye of artifice: This eye deflects and is destroyed by the first attack directed at the caster from a magical device. If the attack also takes a form that may be blocked by another eye(for example, the bolt from a wind of lighting)the caste may choose which eye is expended.If uded to attack instead,the eye of artifice functions as a dispel magic cast at 8th level).
.Eye of stone: This eye offers protection against the first attack that could petrify the caster and then vanishes. It can also be expended to cast hold person.
Although any number of eyes can defend the wizard in the course of a single round, only one eye may be used to attack per round. When the caster uses an eye to attack, he may not cast a spell, attack physically,or employ another magical item in the same round; willing the eye to discharge its energies requires his complete concentration. Eye attacks are considered to have an initiative modifier of 1 or a speed of very fast in the player's option.
The material component is seven blessed gemstoned worth at least 50 gold pieces each.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Spells and Magic page 156
SMV
Maze
Range
5 yds./level 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
1 creature 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
 
An extradimensional space is brought into being upon the utterance of a maze spell.The subject vanishes into the shifting labyrinth of force planes for a period of time that is dependent upon its Intelligence. (Note: Minotaurs are not affected by this spell.)(See book for table).
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 241
SMV
Monster Summoning VI
Range
Special 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
80-yd. radius 
Duration
7 rds. + 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a tiny bag and a small candle 
This spell is much like the 3rd-level spell monster summoning I, except that it summons 1d3 6th-level monsters. These monsters appear in 1d3 rounds within the spell's area of effect and attack the caster's opponents, until either he commands them to cease, the spell duration expires, or the monsters are slain. These creatures do not check morale, and they vanish when slain. If no opponent exists to fight, summoned monsters can, if the wizard can communicate with them, and if they are physically capable, perform other services for the summoning wizard.
The material components of this spell are a tiny bag and a small (not necessarily lit)candle.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 241
SMV
Power Word, Blind
Range
5 yds./level 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
15-ft. radius 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
 
When a power word, blind spell is cast, one or more creatures within the area of effect become sightless. The spellcaster selects one creature as the target center, and the effect spreads outward from the center, affecting creatures with the lowest hit point totals first; the spell can also be focused to affect only an individual creature. The spell affects up to 100 hit points of creatures; creatures who currently have 100 or more hit points are not
affected and do not count against the number of creatures affected. The duration of the spell depends upon how many hit points are affected. If 25 or fewer hit points are affected, the blindness is permanent until cured. If 26 to 50 hit points are affected, the blindness lasts for 1d4+1 turns. If 51 to 100 hit points are affected, the spell lasts for 1d4+1 rounds. An individual creature cannot be partially affected. If all of its current hit points are affected, it is blinded; otherwise, it is not. Blindness can be removed by a cure blindness or dispel magic spell.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 243
SMV
Prismatic Wall
Range
10 yds. 
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
4 ft./level wide x 2 ft./level high 
Duration
1 turn/level 
Damage
 
Materials
 
This spell enables the wizard to conjure a vertical, opaque wall--a shimmering,multicolored plane of light that protects him from all forms of attack. The wall flashes with all colors of the visible spectrum, seven of which have a distinct power and purpose.The wall is immobile, and the spellcaster can pass through the wall without harm. However, any creature with fewer than 8 Hit Dice that is within 20 feet of the wall and does not shield its vision is blinded for 2d4 rounds by the colors.Each color in the wall has a special effect. Each color can also be negated by a specific
magical effect, but the colors must be negated in the precise order of the spectrum. The accompanying table shows the seven colors of the wall, the order in which they appear,their effects on creatures trying to attack the spellcaster, and the magic needed to negate each color.The wall's maximum proportions are 4 feet wide per level of experience of the caster and 2 feet high per level of experience. A prismatic wall spell cast to materialize in a space occupied by a creature is disrupted and the spell is wasted.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 243
SMV
Symbol
Range
Touch 
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
Special 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
powdered black opal and diamond dust, 
A symbol spell creates magical runes affecting creatures that pass over, touch, or read the runes, or pass through a portal upon which the symbol is inscribed. Upon casting the spell, the wizard inscribes the symbol upon whatever surface he desires. Likewise, the spellcaster is able to place the symbol of his choice, using any one of the following:
Death One or more creatures, whose total hit points do not exceed 80, are slain. Discord All creatures are affected and immediately fall to loud bickering and
arguing; there is a 50% probability that creatures of different alignments attack each other. The bickering lasts for 5d4 rounds, the fighting for 2d4 rounds.
Fear This symbol creates an extra-strong fear spell, causing all creatures to save vs. spell with -4 penalties to the die roll, or panic and flee as if attacked by a fear spell.Hopelessness All creatures are affected and must turn back in dejection unless they save vs. spell. Affected creatures submit to the demands of any opponent--for example, surrender, get out, etc. The hopelessness lasts for 3d4 turns; during this period it is 25% probable that affected creatures take no actionduring any round, and 25% likely that those taking action turn back or retire from battle, as applicable.
Insanity One or more creatures whose total hit points do not exceed 120 become insane and remain so, acting as if a confusion spell had been placed upon them, until a heal, restoration, or wish spell is used to remove the
madness.
Pain All creatures are afflicted with wracking pains shooting through their bodies, causing a -2 penalty to Dexterity and a -4 penalty to attack rolls for 2d10 turns.
Sleep All creatures under 8+1 Hit Dice immediately fall into a catatonic slumber and cannot be awakened for 1d12+4 turns
Stunning One or more creatures whose total hit points do not exceed 160 are stunned and reeling for 3d4 rounds, dropping anything they are holding.The type of symbol cannot be recognized without being read and thus activating its
effects.
The material components of this spell are powdered black opal and diamond dust,worth not less than 5,000 gp each.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 244
SMV
Trap the Soul
Range
10 yds. 
Casting Time
Special + 1 
Save
Special 
AoE
1 creature 
Duration
Permanent until broken 
Damage
 
Materials
The gem 
This spell forces the creature's life force (and its material body) into a special prison gem enchanted by the spellcaster. The creature must be seen by the caster when the final word is uttered.
The spell can be triggered in one of two ways. First, the final word of the spell can be spoken when the creature is within spell range. This allows magic resistance (if any) and a saving throw vs. spell to avoid the effect. If the creature's real name is spoken as well, any magic resistance is ignored and the saving throw vs. spell suffers a penalty of -2. If the saving throw is successful, the prison gem shatters.
The second method is far more insidious, for it tricks the victim into accepting a trigger object inscribed with the final spell word, automatically placing the creature's soul in the trap. To use this method, both the creature's true name and the trigger word must be inscribed on the trigger item when the gem is enchanted. A sympathy spell can also be
placed on the trigger item. As soon as the subject creature picks up or accepts the trigger item, its life force is automatically transferred to the gem, without the benefit of magic resistance or saving throw.
The gem prison will hold the trapped entity indefinitely, or until the gem is broken and the life force is released, allowing the material body to reform. If the trapped creature is a powerful creature from another plane (which could mean a character trapped by an inhabitant of another plane when the character is not on the Prime Material Plane), it can be required to perform a service immediately upon being freed. Otherwise, the creature can go free once the gem imprisoning it is broken.
Before the actual casting of the trap the soul spell, the wizard must prepare the prison, a gem of at least 1,000 gp value for every Hit Die or level of experience possessed by the creature to be trapped (for example, it requires a gem of 10,000 gp value to trap a 10 Hit Die or 10th-level creature). If the gem is not valuable enough, it shatters when the entrapment is attempted. (Note that while characters have no concept of level as such, the value of the gem needed to trap an individual can be researched. Remember that this value can change over time as characters advance.) Creating the prison gem requires an enchant an item spell and the placement of a maze spell into the gem, thereby forming the prison to contain the life force.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 245
SMV
Wildzone
Range
Casting Time
ld6 rounds 
Save
None 
AoE
300 
Duration
2d6 turns 
Damage
 
Materials
several pots of paint 
This powerful spell creates a disruption in magical forces similar to the conditions found in wild magic regions (areas where the effects of magic have been permanently altered). This spell has only a temporary effect, although the effects of wildzone could possibly be rendered permanent.
The spell creates a wild magic region centered on the caster. The area of effect cannot be shaped in any way; it is always a square 300 feet long on each side (90,000 square feet).
Within the wildzone, wild magic reigns. Any spell cast in the area of effect is automatically treated as a wild surge (see Table 2). Effects from magical items that expend charges are also treated as wild surges when used in the area. Other
magical items function normally.
Spells cast into the wildzone from outside the area of effect function normally, but spells cannot be cast out of the area of effect without triggering a wild surge.
The material components are several pots of paint which must be spilled across a sheet of hammered silver worth no less than 2,000 gp.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Tome of Magic page 45
SMV
Gate
Range
30 yds. 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
 
The casting of a gate spell has two effects. First, it causes an interdimensional connection between the plane of existence the wizard is on and the plane on which dwells a specific being of great power; thus, the being is able to merely step through the gate or portal from its plane to that of the caster. Second, the utterance of the spell attracts the attention of the sought-after dweller on the other plane. When casting the spell, the wizard must name the entity he desires to use the gate and come to the wizard's aid. There is a 100% certainty that something steps through the gate. Unless the DM has some facts prepared regarding the minions serving the being called forth by the gate spell, the being itself comes.
If the matter is trifling, the being might leave, inflict an appropriate penalty on the wizard, or attack the wizard. If the matter is of middling importance, the being can take some positive action to set matters right, then demand appropriate repayment. If the matter is urgent, the being can act accordingly and ask whatever is its wont thereafter, if appropriate. The actions of the being that comes through depend on many factors, including the alignments of the wizard and the deity, the nature of his companions, and who or what opposes or threatens the wizard. Such beings generally avoid direct conflict with their equals or betters. The being gated in will either return immediately (very unlikely) or remain to take action. Casting this spell ages the wizard five years.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 248
SMV
Monster Summoning VII
Range
Special 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
90-yd. radius 
Duration
8 rds. + 1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
 
This spell is much like the 3rd-level spell monster summoning I, except that this spell summons one or two 7th-level monsters that appear one round after the spell is cast, or one 8th-level monster that appears two rounds after the spell is cast.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 249
SMV
Power Word, Kill
Range
5 yds./2 levels 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
10-ft. radius 
Duration
Permanent 
Damage
 
Materials
 
When a power word, kill spell is uttered, one or more creatures of any type within the spell range and area of effect are slain. The power word kills either one creature with up to 60 hit points, or multiple creatures with 10 or fewer hit points each, to a maximum of 120 hit points total. The option to attack a single creature or multiple creatures must be stated along with the spell range and center of the area of effect. The current hit points of the creatures are used.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 249
SMV
Sphere of Ultimate Destruction
Range
5 yds./level 
Casting Time
Save
Special 
AoE
Creates a sphere 
Duration
1 rd./level 
Damage
 
Materials
a dark crystal ball 
This awful spell brings into existence a short-lived sphere of annihilation (as described in Appendix 3 of the DMG). The sphere is a black ball of nothingness about 2 feet in diameter that instantly and utterly destroys any matter that comes into contact with it. The sphere appears anywhere in the spell's range and moves up to 15 feet per round as the wizard directs.If the wizard attempts to bring the sphere into contact with a living creature, the potential victim gains a saving throw vs. breath weapon to dodge aside, but a victim who is unaware of the sphere's appearance or unable to move is destroyed without a saving throw.
Once conjured, the sphere of ultimate destruction may not move exactly as the caster wishes.The wizard has a 75% chance to control it,plus 1% per point of intelligence over 12 and 3% for each point over 15. In other words, a wizard with an intelligence of 18 would gain a +12%bonus to his chance to control the sphere.If the wizard fails to control the sphere in any given round, it automatically moves directly towards him at its maximum speed of 15 feet per round.Unlike the magical item, another wizard may not contest the caster's control of a sphere of ultimate destruction unless the second wizard possesses a talisman of the sphere.
Should a gate spell be cast upon the sphere, there is a 50% chance that the sphere is destroyed, a 35% chance that nothing happens, and a 15%chance that a gap is torn in the spatial fabric, catapulting everything in a 180-foot radius to another plane of existence. If the sphere is touched by a rod of cancellation, a tremendous explosion inflicts 3d4*10 point of damage to every thing within 60 feet as the two forces negate each other. No other spell or magical item has any effect on a sphere of ultimate destruction.
There is a 5%chance that any particular manifestation of this spell does not cause a victim's utter destruction but instead transports him to a random plane of existence. The conjuring wizard has no way of knowing whether he has destroyed his enemy or merely blasted him into some remote dimension. The material component of this spell is a dark crystal ball that has been on the ethereal plane and that can be comfortably held in two hands.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Spells and Magic page 159
SMV
Wildwind
Range
100 yards 
Casting Time
Save
None 
AoE
Special 
Duration
ld3 turns 
Damage
2d6/level 
Materials
 
This spell is similar in effect to wildstrike and wildzone. When cast, a wall of faint, multicolored lights springs into existence at the point indicated by the caster. These lights form a line 150 feet long. After the first round of the spell, the wizard can move the wall of lights. Each round, the caster can move the wall in the same direction or as much as 45 degrees to either side.Once the wall is set in motion, it cannot be stopped unless the spell is cancelled or dispelled.The lights can move 60 feet per round.
The wildwind has two significant effects. First,all creatures struck by the magical lights suffer 2d6 points of damage. Second, any spellcaster struck while attempting to cast a spell automatically triggers a wild surge (use Table 2). Magical items that expend charges that touch the wall of lights automatically release one charge, also resulting in a wild surge.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Tome of Magic page 48
SMV
Wish
Range
Unlimited 
Casting Time
Special 
Save
Special 
AoE
Special 
Duration
Special 
Damage
 
Materials
 
The wish spell is a more potent version of a limited wish. If it is used to alter reality with respect to damage sustained by a party, to bring a dead creature to life, or to escape from a difficult situation by lifting the spellcaster (and his party) from one place to another, it will not cause the wizard any disability. Other forms of wishes, however, cause the spellcaster to weaken (-3 on Strength) and require 2d4 days of bed rest due to the stresses the wish places upon time, space, and his body. Regardless of what is wished for, the exact terminology of the wish spell is likely to be carried out. Casting a wish spell ages the caster five years.
Discretionary power of the DM is necessary in order to maintain game balance. For example, wishing another creature dead is grossly unfair; the DM might well advance the spellcaster to a future period in which the creature is no longer alive, effectively putting the wishing character out of the campaign.
Residue
School
Conjuration/Summoning 
Source
Players Hand Book page 251