Familiar bubble

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Familiar bubble
(Magic item)
Aura (1E) Faint conjuration
Caster Level (1E) 3
Type Wondrous item
Slot (1E) Slotless

Source: Blood of the Sea, pg(s). 20

A familiar bubble weighs one pound and looks like nothing more than a pair of reinforced leather straps designed to fit over the shoulders—until it is worn. Once the straps are donned, a bubble of force forms on the wearer's back, large enough to hold a tiny or smaller creature and one pound of items (usually food for the creature). The bubble is transparent and continuously generates fresh, breathable air within. While the bubble keeps air in and water out, it is permeable to other objects. Spells and weapons can target the creature in the familiar bubble normally. A familiar bubble costs about 2,500 gold pieces.

The familiar bubble's user can designate a specific creature within 30 feet that can pass freely in and out of the bubble. All other living creatures find the bubble impenetrable. This selection remains until the wearer chooses a different creature or removes the familiar bubble (which causes the bubble to disappear). Normally, the user selects a creature in order to get it into the bubble and then selects himself so he can retrieve the creature, if needed.[1][2]


  1. Amber E. Scott. (2017). Blood of the Sea, p. 20. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-955-4
  2. Ron Lundeen. (July 11, 2017). A Deeper Dive with Undersea Characters, Paizo Blog.