Spell Icon Plainsight  

Description

1: See Invisible (1)
2: Ultravision

Details   Raw Spell Data, Lucy Spell View

Mana: 100 Skill: Divination
Casting Time: 5 Recast Time: 1.5
Fizzle Time: 1.5 Range: 0
Location: Any Time of Day: Any
Deletable: No Blockable: Yes
Focusable: Yes Dispellable: Yes
Interruptable: Yes Short Buff Box: No
Target Type: Self Spell Type: Beneficial
Source: Live 07/16

Messages

Cast on you: Your eyes tingle.
Cast on other: Soandso 's eyes glow violet.
Effect Fades: Your plainsight fades.

Game Description

Focuses your vision, allowing you to see otherwise invisible creatures, and allowing greatly improved night vision.

Items with this effect

Quick Facts

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Spell: Plainsight

ClassLevel
WIZ55

Expansion:
Ruins of Kunark

Duration:
1 hour(s) 12.0 mins
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Plainsight
# Apr 03 2005 at 12:20 PM Rating: Default
See invis and ultravision, mmm. I play a druid sometimes and you get ultravision in wolf form. It's the best sight available in game. With almost total darkness you see as far away as possible in daylight. The colors look different, but you won't get limited distance like you do in other ways of sight. I have tried all vision types in game and ultravision is the best for seeing everything at all times. Dark elves get innate ultravision and enchanters can buff ultravision on other toons. If you really are curious ask an enchanter to buff ultravision on you sometime and run around in burning woods. The smoke won't block your view at all.
Researchable TOO!
# Sep 25 2004 at 11:20 PM Rating: Decent
Trivial @ 202
Components: a piece of parchment, a quill, rune of conjunction, rune of ellipse
In: sorcerer's lexicon

Semper Fidelis, /ALE

See Invisible(2) ?
# Feb 05 2004 at 3:00 PM Rating: Excellent
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81 posts
Would anyone know the specific differences between the See Invisible(2)found as part of Plainsight, and the See Invisible(1) found as part of Truesight?

I'm curious as to the difference in effects where a ranger would be concerned. (Helm of the Tracker vs. Planestriders. I realize the other differences, but I wanted to know specifically about this.)

Edited, Thu Feb 5 15:00:40 2004
RE: See Invisible(2) ?
# Nov 06 2004 at 3:34 PM Rating: Decent
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1,214 posts
I came here wondering the exact same thing. My hunch is just they just use different slots (which don't effect worn effects anyway).
I dont like this, wish i can turn off the effect.
# Sep 10 2003 at 7:27 PM Rating: Default
22 posts
This is the same as turning your gamma way up. The dark becomes light purple. On my computer, everything becomes light purple when my enchanter puts on the Silken Augmenter's Cap. If i turn down the gamma, it still looks bad. If i want to take a picture, i have to take off my cap so the colors look nice.
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