According to records found in the Royal Library at Winder’Lae the Virility Charm was created long ago by a female Winder’Laen mage in response to a crisis that nearly destroyed the whole male population of the realm. While it is known that this crisis was linked to war it is unclear as to how it actually happened. Regardless of how it happened, the Virility Charm was created as a means for a mostly female population to repopulate after the crisis. When the population began to re-balance the spell began to be used primarily by lesbian couples and a handful of the priestesses of Kyridwen until eventually the spell slipped into obscurity and was lost.

After the war against the Lich King, Queen Kalysta took the throne of Winder’Lae and appointed Ivy L’Heureux as the court mage. Ivy’s first order of business was to inventory the royal library to produce an accurate catalog of the tomes and to section off any and all volumes containing magical knowledge or theory. It was during this inventory process that the Virility Charm, among other spells, was recovered and put back into circulation with Ivy being one of the few people to have used it in centuries. Once the spell was proven safe it made its way back into the usual rotation of the priestesses of Kyridwen and other mages as far away as the Solacine Imperium.

The spell itself is cast by placing two fingers high up on the abdomen of the target and slowly sliding them down as the magical energy weaves itself into flesh. The markings of the spell form first and do so starting at the hips, working their way in. Once the markings meet in the center the penis itself is produced and coloration of the subject’s body shifts at the head of the penis, the nipples, and the vagina.

The spell has been known to react strangely with other active spells and effects from the Lust and Fertility schools and sometimes even with specific biology, resulting in penises that don’t present as normal for a member of the subject’s race. Equine cocks, unusual shapes, and even demonic manifestations have been known to occur in a small portion of individuals.

Virility Charm for Pathfinder

School transmutation (polymorph); Level alchemist 2, bard 2, cleric/oracle 2, druid 2, magus 2, shaman 2, sorcerer/wizard 2,  witch 2
Domain lust 1


Casting Time 1 standard action
Components  S


Range touch
Target female creature touched
Duration 10 min./level (D)
Saving Throw Will partial (see below); Spell Resistance yes

This spell bestows partial male genitalia upon a willing female target. While the spell only creates a penis and no testicles, orgasm does produce virile sperm that can cause pregnancy in other females. Glowing marks of a random color spread across the lower abdomen of the target while the spell is active, producing light equivalent to a candle. This color is always the same for a specific target regardless of who originally cast the spell, someone who receives blue markings on a first casting from one caster will receive the same blue markings from every other subsequent casting of the spell. When the spell first takes effect the target must make a save. On a failed save the target becomes overwhelmed with a need to procreate and attempts to engage in sexual activity for the whole duration of the spell with the nearest person available. If the target of these affections would be unwilling the target of the spell receives another saving throw with a +4 bonus. If the target of the spell was the caster they must also make the save but do so with a +4 bonus. The two bonuses may stack.

The Virility Charm was an idea I had years ago when I first started making heavier use of Futa outside of the Cuirizu. Originally any and all Futa material I had done for Alkotas had been basically restricted to the cuirizu, but I wanted to start making it something others could do through magic. As a general rule I thought of the Virility Charm as like a magical strap on with potency and wanted the spell to sort of show that rather than just produce a dick, so the markings were a way of showing that. The markings themselves have been added to other “Lust” based designs such as spirits and Rhea’s Arch Ravisher form, indicating that the spell is more native to “Lust” than “Fertility” despite the spells origins in Winder’Lae as a Fertility based spell.
Other minor versions of the spell exist as well among other races and cultures of Alkotas, with the most notable being the Umbral version of the spell that the Vishanti cast. Rather than weaving a spell effect, Vishanti just channel a portion of a spirits power…usually a lust spirit. The result is basically the same with the difference being that the Umbral version does not have the glowing marks but does produce glowing eyes of the color the markings would otherwise have been.
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