Beguiler Spell List. Level 0: Dancing Lights, Daze, Detect Magic, Ghost Sound, Message, Open/Close, Read Magic Level 1: Charm Person, Color Spray. hey playground! I’m trying to help a new player out by printing her full spell list out for quick reference. I was wondering If anyone knew if there. Spells: A beguiler casts arcane spells, which are drawn from the beguiler spell list on page When you gain access to a new level of spells, you automatically .

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Unfortunately, it uses up your level 7 spell slot for the privilege. IB Physics Stuff – Wikified.

You can easily sneak past anything you want or just use it to throw out spells without any risk of getting hit. As hold person, but all within 30 ft. Misdirection — Somehow even less relevant than Undetectable Bdguiler.

Can void combat against especially dumb humanoids or animals with the right sounds.

Power Word Blind — A bit late to get a spell like this. In undead heavy campaigns this is golden.

If you delight in manipulating others, either to their disadvantage or for their own good, then the beguiler is the class lisg you. Definitely a good option.

Zone of Silence — Not much effect for the spell slot you are using.

SRD – Beguiler Spell List

Spell Suggestions for Runestaffs. The base daily spell allotment is given on Table 1—1.


You understand all spoken and written languages. I can’t think of any other uses. Makes monster believe it is your ally. Only really dpell to list special equipment that has synergy or class-specific use. Detect Magic — Probably the spell from this level you will mostly use after level 1.

Vertigo — Decent, although many things are immune. Ghost Begkiler — Potentially useful depending on how much your DM values roleplay. Basically, you want to be a gnome. The duration is also a little too short for what you typically want to do with it Expeditious Retreat — If you need to run, this will make sure you get away. Blocks vision and slows movement.

Index of Spells by Class – Beguiler

Exactly how much you can do with successful bluff checks is up to DM discretion, but you can get pretty creative. Freedom of Movement — This spell is amazing to have available without preparation. Feeblemind — This spell would be nice, but the things that it utterly destroys are all going to have the best chance of saving against it, although the spell makes up for this somewhat by giving arcane casters a penalty on the save.

The radius is incredibly narrow. Find out what you can do. Color Spray — This spell is broke, broke, broke. Illusory double can talk and cast spells.

Vertigo Field — Not really worth it over one of the mist or cloud effects. Message — Would be useful at a greater range. Sleep — The big upside to this spell is that it has pretty good range. Short duration makes it pretty useless. Unfortunately, most spellcasters will be at or above you level, which makes your chances of success less than stellar. An unfriendly DM could choose to interpret the Will save as happening when a creature enters an area, in which case the spell becomes virtually worthless.


Your DM might get tired of this though and overhaul the diplomacy rules. Subject is invisible for 1 min. Haste — This spell is pretty damn good though not as good as the borked 3. It also provides flanking for the rogue if the enemy is anywhere in the vicinity. The options are limited to Enchantment and Illusion, which are sadly somewhat limited schools, but there are certainly some good picks even so.

Link lets allies communicate.

Beguiler Spell List – Caffeinator’s Pathfinder Houserules

On top of that, spells that would get through regular lies are unlikely to work on Glibness, and create a false sense of security. Misleads divinations for one creature or object. Silent Image — Pretty useful, though it is somewhat limited by the lack of other sensations. It has basically no use in combat, since the odds of everyone sticking together and not attacking are basically nil. Not a recommended tactic.