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|Spell level :||Innate level: 4, Warlock: Lesser|
|Components :||Verbal and Somatic|
|Target/Area :||Single or Large|
|Spell resistance :||Yes|
This spell attempts to strip all magical effects from a single target. To dispel an effect, you make a caster level check (1d20 + your caster level, maximum +10) against a DC of (11 + the caster level of the targeted spell's caster). You make a caster level check for each effect on the target. If any spells on the target are dispelled, the target takes 1 point of damage per two spell levels of the caster (no save, but spell resistance applies).
- The description is not accurate. Actually, this spell is simply the equivalent of the Dispel Magic spell (wizard level 3 etc.), except the target takes damage equivalent to HALF THE WARLOCK's LEVEL if any effects are dispelled. This is actually incorrect, since Voracious Dispelling is limited to level 10, just as Dispel Magic is, which means a level 30 warlock should still only deal 5 points damage to the target, instead, she will be dealing 15 points damage, since damage is incorrectly calculated based on the actual warlock caster level. It may be intentional, but it does not seem right.