Claim identity

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Claim identity
(Spell)
School Transmutation (polymorph)
Level (1E) Alchemist 3, Antipaladin 3, Bard 3, Druid 4, Inquisitor 3, Shaman 4, Sorcerer/Wizard 4, Witch 3

Source: Spymaster's Handbook, pg(s). 28
Greater claim identity
(Spell)
School Transmutation (polymorph)
Level (1E) Alchemist 5, Antipaladin 4, Bard 5, Druid 6, Inquisitor 5, Shaman 6, Sorcerer/Wizard 6, Witch 5

Source: Spymaster's Handbook, pg(s). 28

Claim identity is a spell that allows the caster to steal the target's face and transform their own into a flawless imitation of it.

All of the target's facial features, vocal cues, and identifying physical traits change, transforming it into an unremarkable member of its race and gender. The caster transforms into a perfect likeness of the target's true form, as if affected by alter self, and gains magical enhancements to their ability to impersonate the original subject of this spell regardless of the original target being of a different race, age, size,
 or gender.

Claim identity prevents any other polymorph effects from restoring the target's true face for the spell's duration, though the target can still assume
 other forms or faces via magic or any natural shapechanging ability.[1][2]

Greater claim identity is a more powerful version of claim identity able to be cast by more powerful spellcasters. With this spell, the target is turned into a porcelain mask. This mask may be worn by any creature, which then immediately takes on the target's likeness.[1]

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