So early on in the adventure the party will encounter Vreeg. He has a Robe of Bones, and I have yet to find a definite answer on the cost to activate the robe. It does say that it functions as a Robe of useful items, which says only one patch can be removed per round. However, it also has nothing stating the cost to activate the item - is this a standard action ( I assume it is ) or a free action - cause one of these is crazy powerful, the other is just ok.
School abjuration; Level cleric 6, druid 6, witch 6
Casting Time 1 standard action
Components V, S, M (an unworked lodestone)
Range 5 feet Area 5-ft.-radius emanation, centered on you
Duration 10 minutes/level (D)
Saving Throw none; Spell Resistance see text
You create an invisible barrier that surrounds you and moves with you, inhibiting one category of magic. When you cast this spell, choose either arcane or divine magic. This spell functions like antimagic field, but it suppresses only spells of the chosen type and supernatural and spell-like class abilities from classes that grant spellcasting of the selected type. Magic items, other spell-like abilities, and other supernatural abilities are unaffected.
While this spell is in effect, you must succeed at a concentration check (DC 20 + twice the spell level) to cast any spell, whether arcane or divine. If you fail at the check, you lose the spell as if you had cast it to no effect.
So this spell just came up in the campaign I am running. The party is facing off against a powerful wizard. The Druid just cast this and declared arcane. Now he is untouchable for 3 hours. What the heck were they thinking when they made this spell? It's only level 6, and lasts 10 min/level. This is insanely overpowered.
So my real question's start here.
1. Can this crazy mess be dispelled?
2. Failing this, are there any other ways to get rid of this? Other than a wish or something insane. In fact, would wish even work?
All I got atm. Other than that, anyone with experience working with this spell that has advice would be appreciated.