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| name = Hold Monster
 
| name = Hold Monster
 
| deity =
 
| deity =
| inventor = [[Prug]]
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| inventor = [[Prug]]<ref name="NEoM2e-p24,27"/>
 
| type =
 
| type =
 
| school5e = [[Enchantment]]
 
| school5e = [[Enchantment]]
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| refs3e = <ref name="PHB3e">{{Cite book/Player's Handbook 3rd edition|?}}</ref>
 
| refs3e = <ref name="PHB3e">{{Cite book/Player's Handbook 3rd edition|?}}</ref>
 
| reversible2e =
 
| reversible2e =
| school2e = [[Enchantment/Charm]]<br>[[School of song|Song]]<br>[[Universal (province)]]
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| school2e = [[Enchantment/Charm]]<br>[[School of song|Song]]<br>[[Universal (province)]]<br>[[Mentalism]]
 
| spheres2e =
 
| spheres2e =
| level2e = {{spell table|edition=2e|[[Wizard]]|5}}
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| level2e = {{spell table|edition=2e|[[Arcanist]]|5|[[Wizard]]|5}}
 
| type2e = {{Vancian}}
 
| type2e = {{Vancian}}
| refs2e = <ref name="PHB2e-169">{{Cite book/Player's Handbook 2nd edition|169}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book/Player's Option: Spells & Magic|185}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book/Arabian Adventures|153}}</ref>
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| refs2e = <ref name="PHB2e-169">{{Cite book/Player's Handbook 2nd edition|169}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book/Player's Option: Spells & Magic|185}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book/Arabian Adventures|153}}</ref><ref name="NEoM2e-p24,27"/><ref>{{Cite book/Netheril: Empire of Magic/The Winds of Netheril|121-122}}</ref>
 
| reversible1e =
 
| reversible1e =
 
| school1e =
 
| school1e =
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==Effects==
 
==Effects==
This spell functioned in the same manner as ''[[hold person]]'', except that it colud be used against any creature who failed to resist to its effect.<ref name="PHB3e"/>
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This spell functioned in the same manner as ''[[hold person]]'', except that it could be used against any creature who failed to resist to its effect.<ref name="PHB3e"/>
   
 
For as long as the caster concentrated, up to one minute, the spell caused one or more creatures to be paralyzed. While under its effect, a paralyzed creature could repeatedly try to break free from the spell. [[Undead]] creatures were immune to this spell.<ref name="PHB5e-63,207-211,251" />
 
For as long as the caster concentrated, up to one minute, the spell caused one or more creatures to be paralyzed. While under its effect, a paralyzed creature could repeatedly try to break free from the spell. [[Undead]] creatures were immune to this spell.<ref name="PHB5e-63,207-211,251" />
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==History==
 
==History==
The spell was attributed to the [[Netherese arcanist]] [[Prug]] in [[-1864 DR]] and was originally called ''Prug's hold being''.<ref name="NEoM2e-p24,27">{{Cite book/Netheril: Empire of Magic/The Winds of Netheril|24,27}}</ref>
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The spell was attributed to the [[Netherese arcanist]] [[Prug]] in [[-1864 DR]] and was originally called '''''Prug's hold being'''''.<ref name="NEoM2e-p24,27">{{Cite book/Netheril: Empire of Magic/The Winds of Netheril|24,27}}</ref>
   
 
==Appendix==
 
==Appendix==
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[[Category:Song spells]]
 
[[Category:Song spells]]
 
[[Category:Universal (province)]]
 
[[Category:Universal (province)]]
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[[Category:Mentalisms]]
 
[[Category:Prug's spells]]
 
[[Category:Prug's spells]]

Revision as of 14:19, July 21, 2017

Hold monster was an enchantment spell that held a targeted creature helpless.[3]

Effects

This spell functioned in the same manner as hold person, except that it could be used against any creature who failed to resist to its effect.[3]

For as long as the caster concentrated, up to one minute, the spell caused one or more creatures to be paralyzed. While under its effect, a paralyzed creature could repeatedly try to break free from the spell. Undead creatures were immune to this spell.[2]

Components

The spell required verbal, somatic and material components. The material required was one hard metal bar or rod, which could be as small as a three-penny nail,[3] or a small straight piece of iron.[2] It could be replaced by a spellcasting focus.[8]

History

The spell was attributed to the Netherese arcanist Prug in -1864 DR and was originally called Prug's hold being.[1]

Appendix

Appearances

References

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