When a cruoromancer casts a Spell of the necromancy school, he can opt to infuse that spell with his undead-tainted blood as a swift action. As he increases in level, the power and effects of such infusions become more potent. Each time a cruoromancer uses blood infusion, he drains a portion of his own blood either by cutting himself with a blade or by opening a scab from a previous wound. When he does this, he takes an amount of damage equal to 1d4 + half his wizard level. A Cruoromancer can only affect a spell with a single type of blood infusion.
At 1st level, he can infuse his necromancy spells in either of the following ways:
Focused Infusion: When the cruoromancer uses this infusion, he adds +1 to the DC of the infused necromancy spell.
Sickening Infusion: When the cruoromancer uses this infusion, any creature damaged by the infused necromancy spell becomes sickened for 1 round.
Blood Infusion is one of many Class Features available in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. Class Features are generally passive benefits that characters gain based on their Class but can also sometimes be active Skills that you can use in combat. Abilities in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous can be used for both dealing damage to Enemies, inflict Status Ailments, buff characters or just protect you.
Blood Infusion Information
How to Acquire Blood Infusion
Blood Infusion can be obtained by the following Classes:
Blood Infusion can be cast by using the following Items:
Blood Infusion Tips & Notes
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