A spell's range indicates how far from you it can reach, as defined in the Range entry of the spell description
. A spell's range is the maximum distance from you that the spell's effect can occur, as well as the maximum distance at which you can designate the spell's point of origin. If any portion of the spell's area would extend beyond this range, that area is wasted. Standard ranges include the following.
The spell affects only you.
You must touch
a creature or object to affect it. A touch
spell that deals damage
can score a critical hit just as a weapon can. A touch
spell threatens a critical hit on a natural roll of 20 and deals double damage
on a successful critical hit. Some touch
spells allow you to touch
multiple targets. You can touch
as many willing targets as you can reach as part of the casting, but all targets of the spell must be touched in the same round that you finish casting the spell.
The spell reaches as far as 25 feet away from you. The maximum range increases by 5 feet for every two full caster levels
The spell reaches as far as 100 feet + 10 feet per caster level
The spell reaches as far as 400 feet + 40 feet per caster level
The spell reaches anywhere on the same plane of existence.
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