Cast on an open container of soapy water, this spell makes the water continuously bubble forth little (1 inch diameter) nearly indestrucable soap bubbles.
The bubbles act as an obscuring mist spell and have the same weakness to fire and wind, but bubbles burned away can be replaced in the next round, if the pot is still bubbling. Cold-based magic will pop the bubbles as fire magic does.
In the first round, the bubbles spread 10 feet around the container. In the second round, they increase to a 20-foot spread. The bubbles never reach higher than 20 feet, but each round thereafter, the bubbles continue to spread another 10 feet away from the bucket. There must be at least 1 cup of water for every round the spell produces bubbles. If there is not enough water, the spell will end early.
When the spell ends, the bubble stream will stop, and all of the bubbles will lose their indestructability and pop within the next round. A successful dispel magic cast on the bubbling container will have the same effect.
Qoro mainly developed this spell to amuse his favorite niece when she was a toddler.
Focus: The container. Material component: The soapy water within it.