Got to make up a day, so let’s make a spell for a few different systems!
Conduit of Fate
Casting Time: 1 action Range: 30 feet Components: V,S Duration: concentration, up to one minute
You speak words of power and twin two willing souls together. Chose two willing creature in range. Those souls now share a total hit point pool. Damage to one deals damage to the whole hit point total. When the total hit point total is reduced to zero, both begin to die. When you heal one of the pair, increase the total hit point total by that much. When the spell ends, divide the remaining hit point total as equally as possible.
At Higher Levels: When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 2nd level or higher, increases the number of creatures included in the hit point pool by 1 for each slot level above 1st.
Conduit of Fate SPELL 1
Traditions divine, primal
Range 30 feet; Targets 2 willing living creatures
You speak words of power and twin two willing souls together. Chose two willing creature in range. Those creatures now share a total hit point pool which is the sum of their hit points. Damage to one deals damage to the whole hit point total. When the total hit point total is reduced to zero, both begin to die as normal. When you heal one of the pair, increase the total hit point total by that much. When the spell ends, divide the remaining hit point total as equally as possible.
Heightened (+1) The number of creatures increase by 1.
Another witcher inspired potion! I like the potion that damages undead that just hang out near you. Wonder if Pathfinder needs that?
Corpsebane Item 1+
Alchemical Elixir Consumable Usage held in 1 hand; Bulk L Activate
This flask filled with the essence of undead distilled and purified with prayer. When consumed, you emit a faint light out to 30 feet. Any undead in the area must make a Fortitude saving throw or they are damaged by holy energy at the start of their turn or when they enter the area. They must repeat this at the start of any turn in the area or when they enter the area.
Corpsebane (Lesser)Item 1
Price 3 gp Bulk L Saving Throw DC 17 Fortitude. It deals 1d3 positive damage.
Corpsebane (Moderate)Item 3
Price 10 gp Bulk L Saving Throw DC 19 Fortitude. It deals 1d6 positive damage.
Corpsebane (Greater)Item 11
Price 250 gp Bulk L Saving Throw DC 28 Fortitude. It deals 3d3 positive damage.
Corpsebane (Major)Item 17
Price 2,500 gp Bulk L You Saving Throw DC 37 Fortitude. It deals 2d6 positive damage.
Had a long discussion regarding my last idea, and it gave me more ideas.
Dual Care Feat 7
Prerequisites master in Medicine
You are astute at patching people up and providing other services at the same time. When you take the Treat Wounds action, you can also take either the Treat Disease or Treat Poison action as well, applying your one Medicine check to both actions. The time to do both actions is equal to your time to do your Treat Wounds action alone.
Some of you loved it, and some of you hated it. I still like the idea of more reaction spells. Let’s put an option out there for a cantrip. Fighters get to swing, why can you?
Zap Cantrip 1
Cantrip Evocation Electricity Traditions arcane, primal Cast reaction Range 20 feet; Targets 1 creature that enters the range Saving Throw Reflex
With a quick flick of the wrist, you shoot a small dart of energy at a creature as it enters within range. The target attempts a basic Reflex saving throw and on a failure is deals electricity damage equal to 1/2 your character level.