3.5 Sharing Time Stop spell with one's familiar
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    Sharing Time Stop spell with one's familiar

    What will happen if a mage shares Time Stop spell with one's familiar (via Share Spells ability of familiar)?

    Will the mage and the familiar separately take extra rounds gained by the spell, without interacting with each other? Or should they act in the same extra rounds?

    If the latter is true, can the mage and the familiar share spells (such as buffing, healing, etc.) during those extra rounds?

    Any comments and opinions are welcomed.

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    They share the same time bubble, so long as the Familiar is within 5 feet. So they can continue to share spells, including buffs and healing effects.

    It's actually pretty clear from the Share Spells section of the Familiar rules. So long as the target is You, it affects and includes your familiar as well.

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