Prayer (313)

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Prayer (313)
Mnemonic [PRAYER]
Base Duration 1200 sec
Added Duration 60 sec per rank
Span Stackable
Defensive Magic  
Subtype DS, TD, Maneuver 
Defensive Strength +10, Special 
Target Defense +10(spiritual
Enhancement Maneuver Defense 
Availability Self-cast 
Cleric Base Spells
Prayer of Holding (301) Attack
Smite/Bane (302) Attack
Prayer of Protection (303) Defensive
Bless (304) Offensive
Preservation (305) Utility
Holy Bolt (306) Attack
Benediction (307) Defensive
Well of Life (308) Utility
Condemn (309) Attack
Warding Sphere (310) Defensive
Blind (311) Attack
Fervent Reproach (312) Attack
Prayer (313) Defensive
Relieve Burden (314) Utility
Remove Curse (315) Utility
Censure (316) Attack
Divine Fury (317) Attack
Raise Dead (318) Utility
Soul Ward (319) Defensive
Ethereal Censer (320) Attack
Holy Receptacle (325) Utility
Prayer of Communion (330) Utility
Divine Wrath (335) Attack
Symbol of the Proselyte (340) Offensive
Miracle (350) Utility

Prayer grants a +10 bonus to the caster's spiritual target defense (TD) and increases protection against maneuver attacks. At 35 ranks of Cleric Base training, the spell grants a bonus of +10 to defensive strength (DS), which increases by 1 for each rank after 35. Overtraining in Cleric Base ranks does not yield additional bonus past the caster's level.

The mana cost of the spell is 13, and increases by 1 for every 3 DS granted over 10.

The spell will protect the user from a maneuver if the maneuver is able to be evaded. In addition, it provides an unknown defensive benefit against SMRv2 spells and maneuvers.

Messaging

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When casting this spell, the messaging will be different depending upon the deity of the caster. Others will see a different color of light in your eyes, depending on who your patron deity is.

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Caster sees: Turning your thoughts inward, you ask for the wrath of your deity to protect you. The scent of brine and lightning-struck sand surrounds you, and you sense that your prayer has been granted.
Others see: Brilliant white light flickers in <caster>'s eyes.

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