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PFS StandardNature IncarnateSpell 10

Polymorph Transmutation 
Source Core Rulebook pg. 354 4.0
Traditions primal
Cast somatic, verbal
Duration 1 minute
The primal power of the world flows through you. You transform into an incarnation of nature, either a green man or a kaiju. Your battle form is Medium for a green man or Gargantuan (30-foot-by-30-foot space) for a kaiju. You must have enough space to expand into or the spell is lost. While in this form, you gain the plant trait (for a green man) or the beast trait (for a kaiju). You can Dismiss the spell.

You gain the following statistics and abilities regardless of which battle form you choose:
  • AC = 25 + your level. Ignore your armor's check penalty and Speed reduction.
  • 30 temporary Hit Points.
  • Darkvision.
  • One or more attacks specific to the battle form you choose, which are the only attacks you can Strike with. You're trained with them. Your attack modifier is +34, and you use the listed damage. These attacks are Strength based (for the purpose of the enfeebled condition, for example). If your unarmed attack modifier is higher, you can use it instead.
  • Athletics modifier of +36, unless your own modifier is higher.
You also gain specific abilities based on the type of incarnation you choose:
  • Green Man Speed 40 feet, climb Speed 40 feet; Melee vines (reach 30 feet, versatile P), Damage 6d8+12 bludgeoning; Ranged thorns (range 100 feet), Damage 6d6+6 piercing; Green Caress (aura, primal, transmutation) 60 feet. Enemies other than plants must succeed at a Fortitude save against your spell DC or become clumsy 1 for 1 round (clumsy 2 on a critical failure).
  • Kaiju Speed 50 feet; resistance 5 to physical damage; Melee jaws (reach 30 feet), Damage 6d10+10 piercing; Melee claws (agile, reach 30 feet), Damage 6d8+8 slashing; Melee foot (agile, reach 15 feet), Damage 6d6+10 bludgeoning; Unstoppable You are immune to being immobilized and ignore difficult terrain and greater difficult terrain; Trample You move up to double your Speed and move through the spaces of Huge or smaller creatures, trampling each creature whose space you enter. A trampled creature takes foot damage with a basic Reflex save against your spell DC.