Air Walk (spell)

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Air walk enables the recipient to move across a plane of air as though walking on solid ground — either along a level path, or "uphill" at half speed per hex, or "downhill" twice as fast as usual. Uphill and downhill movement cannot be more than 30° above or below the horizontal plane.

Air Walk
Range touch
Duration 10 rounds +10 rounds per level
Area of Effect 1 creature
Casting Time 3 rounds
Saving Throw none
Level cleric (5th)

For the spell's duration there's no chance of falling, even if the recipient is stunned, knocked over or even rendered unconscious ... in the case of the latter, the recipient will lay on the "air;" whatever the conditions, the local environment affects the recipient no differently than if he or she were standing on solid earth.

Once the duration ends, the recipient will float downwards at a rate of 12 feet per round, until they come to rest or stand safely on whatever surface was below them.

The spell can be cast upon a mount, enabling it to carry a rider over the air; however, whether the mount is a donkey, mule, horse, camel or elephant, or any other land-based mount, the rider must possess an authority-status knowledge in handling the animal, to induce it to willingly walk out onto the air.