Time for another round of unique spells for those interested in First Edition AD&D or willing to convert over to their favorite magical spell based environs.  Here we have several homages to pre existing spells

 

False Forged Gorger (Conjuration)
Level: 3
Range:15”
Duration: Special
Area of Effect: one room from pantry to feasthall sized
Components: V, S, M
Casting Time: 1 round
Saving Throw: None
this spell Summons a small creature that proceeds to not only eat but also spoil all food within the selected area. The it Devourers one man day worth of food per level the spellcaster times the number of gemstones used in the casting of spell, with up to a maximum of the spellcasters level in gems are available to be used by this spell. Any leftover food even if stored in special containers not guarded by Magic of greater than third level are also the spoiled by the creature. This spell includes deceased animals and nonhuman monsters, liquids, organic poisons and potions. It has a 5% per level of the caster of revealing hidden treasures of inorganic nature, even if typically buried in the recesses of a creature.
Selected gemstones used by the caster in the casting immediately turn from their original coloration and instead appear to be dark blood-brown stones something akin to a date in texture and smell. Anyone devouring the bespelled gem is immediately sustained for a number of days equal to the level of the caster without a need to consume any food during the period and only needs to consume one quarter of the liquid ordinarily needed.
All items with notable effects have a 50% chance of imbuing their effects for good or ill upon as many gems as likely for the effects to manifest at full strength. Thus a potion might appear in one of the gems ( typically the one of highest value, then the next would have a different potion if there were two potions in the selected area etc… alcohol if intended as a part of the repast the gems will inebriate all who eat the datelike items while if the entire meal is poisonous to the devourer it is quite likely individuals will find it is still dangerous to consume.
The gemstones will only last one day for each gold piece value in their construction anything over 100 gpv will last for a number of years equal to the spellcasters level. If unused they rot to nothingness.
The caster must have in addition to the gemstones noted above also possess a 7″ tall ugly lost wax cast iron miniature that is then animated by the spirit of greed so summoned. While Casting the spell the caster must smack his lips, gnash his teeth, rub his belly and slap his leg Heartily after setting the iron figurine on the ground and stepping away, at the end of the spell the figurine devours itself to nothingness.

Conduit (Alteration)
Level: 3
Range: Touch
Duration: 2d4+1 rounds
Area of Effect: The directed surface area of 1 unliving Object no more than 5’x5’ per level of the caster.
Components: V, S, M
Casting Time: 2 segments
Saving Throw: None
This allows a nonliving object touched to act as a magical conduit for touch only ranged spells for 2d4+1 rounds. This randomly determined time period is kept secret from the caster and any other character. While this spell is in effect any spell caster who casts a touch based spell upon the conductive surface applies the effects to all characters in contact with the surface area except for the caster. The spell does not limit which or how many casters may use the conduit nor may this spell be done secretly.
The chosen object so imbued must be a nonliving or otherwise enchanted single piece not composed of individual parts that may be replaced with reasonable effort and without major flaws in the object targeted, thus a carpet would function but a carpet of pine needles would not, a burm of earth or gravel would not but a fitted stone wall or boulder would, a wood floor, flagstone floor or mosaic would but a cobbled stone street would fail; the intact portion of a cracked cemented stone floor would while across the division would not as a reasonably intact ladder would but individual rungs set into stone could not. The area of the casters choosing does not necessarily have to be seen as a part of the area chosen this can include areas that are the caster was not even aware of but has reasonable expectations of existing for example if they know a post goes through like an area they could still operate that or if it goes like down to the next level of a dungeon. It could include for example a rope that has been tossed around the corner or down a well things like that.
It does not matter what sort of energy the touch based magics are, whether they are Lightning, fire, Positive or negative plane energy, etc. so long as the spell is listed as only touch range and generally a single target. The spell does essentially duplicate the effects of adding a limited area of effect ability to the spells cast fitting the description.
The casting mage may choose the contiguous area to be conducive to their plans as a part of casting the touch spell being used without causing the spell to expire. The surface area must be expended in 5’x5’ areas except for one set of 5: 1’x5’ areas that allows contact on a round by round basis should they choose to as well as increasing overall distance of reach. The caster must expend areas to reach through whatever expected needed distance if for example the caster was trying to operate through a wall or around a corner but the difficulties of understanding what might be going on elsewhere should be enforced.
The material components are a silver nail and a strand of copper that is consumed in the casting of the spell by pushing the nail and wire into the object magically.

The Bag of Eggs from Many Hells (Alteration/Evocation) This is a Wu Jen Spell
Level: 1
Range: 0
Duration: Special
Area of Effect: one creature
Components: S, M
Casting Time: 1 segment
Saving Throw: Special
The Bag of Eggs from Many Hells enables the Wu Jen to reach into any bag like container or pouch they possess and withdraw from it a egg sized orb of various Hues or colors depending upon level and choices made by the Caster. Once produced, the egg may be hurled at any opponent or area desired as long as there are no barriers between the Casting Wu Jen and the target which must be within 3″, the longest distance the Eggs of many Hells may be hurled. It is magical and can strike those normally only struck by + 5 magic weapons or less who will be affected if it strikes. Magic resistance does apply. At 1″ or closer there’s a +3 to hit at 1″ to 2″ there is a + 2 chance to strike the Target and over 2″ to the maximum 3″ range the chance to hit is only +1. If an egg misses it is treated like a grenade effect.
The color of the egg determines the effect when it strikes a Target. The low-level casters are restricted by level as to what color egg they can bring into existence by means of this spell. Although the highest value of their level always available should the choice be made the caster can elect to select a hue of less than their current ability. Colors and effects are listed below.
Minimum Color of Orb:
1st Hell summons a Pearly egg that deals hellish Damage of 1d4. The egg will crack and generate Light equal to a light spell persisting for 1 round/ level of the caster, and any subject failing to save versus spell will be blinded for the duration.
2nd hell, a Ruby red Egg striking for Damage of 1d6. Heat from the ruby hell Egg will melt up to 1 cubic yard of ice, and creatures not saving versus spell will suffer a loss of 1 point of strength and 1 point of dexterity (or -1 “to hit” and AC) for 1 round following being struck by the orb.
3rd Hell Sparkly Flame Damage of 1d8 sparks bursting from the shattering egg will set aflame all combustibles within a 1’ radius of the target, and unless the target saves versus spell an additional 2 points of fire damage will be suffered (except when protected from fire by magical or natural means).
4th Ashen, dealing Damage of 1d10, The target subject will suffer blindness from the fine acrid ash bursting from the broken egg fragments for 5-8 rounds unless a successful saving throw versus spell is made (cure blindness or dispel magic negates this effect).
Egg from the 5th hell Emerald Damage of 1d12 A magical stinking cloud of 5’ radius (around the target) is created when a successful hit is made, and the subject must save versus poison or else be helpless, and in any event will be helpless until leaving the area of the vapors (cf. stinking cloud spell).
6th Jade Damage of 2d8 The turquoise Egg inflicts electrical damage, and if the target is wearing ferrous metal it will be magnetized for 3-12 rounds unless a saving throw versus spell is successful. Magnetized metal will stick fast to other magnetized metal items, and non-magnetized ferrous metal items will cling until pulled free.  Because of the jade component this spell also works against any spirit/undead/deamon/supernatural evil creature even those of a non-corporal form except those specifically immune to lightning.
7th Sapphire hell egg 2d4 Unless a saving throw versus paralyzation is made, the subject creature will be paralyzed for 5-20 rounds.
10th Amethyst (slow) The subject creature will be turned to stone unless a saving throw versus petrification is made, and even if the save is made, the subject will be slowed for 2-8 rounds (cf. slow spell).
12th Amber (paralysis) The subject creature will die unless a successful saving throw versus death magic is made, and even if a save is made, the subject will be paralyzed for 2-5 rounds.

The material component of the spell is a gem of any shape or size of an appropriate hue, or else a clear/colorless one (such as a diamond). The gem must be 50 gold pieces or more in value. The somatic form is of course having the ability to draw from a place of concealment.

This is a homage derived from the Unearthed Arcana Spell: Chromatic Orb (c.v.) and inspired by a movie character.

Spellink (Divination)
Level: 3
Range: party
Duration: Special
Area of Effect: Special
Components: V, S, M
Casting Time: 1 round
Saving Throw: None
More than just a learning device spellbooks are in some ways mystically tied to the one who studies as much as the item is personal. Noting these ties this spell was created to make the discovery of spellbooks hidden by defeated enemy casters more likely by means of the inherent link between a spell book and the magics learned therein. This allows the caster to trace energies back to the font of learning no matter what shape it is in. Upon anyone but the original owner of the book when this spell is used to trace the spellbook through the link it creates the magics actively discharges any protective spell generating effects both in the spell casters original location as well as if a similar casting was sensibly centered around the book. This result does not harm the book or its contents, but may make one wary of using any spell to trace back the spellbook.

At its base level the caster of the spell has a level x 10% chance of connecting and tracking a desired spellbook. The energies are tied to the use of magic so if the spell is used in places where many spells were cast since the ties last for one day per spell plus the original casting time per spell used (meaning an enchantment could last a very long time) but is better (+5%) if freshly cast after a spellduel. This effect adds 5% chance per spell used by the spellcaster in the area, -3% per spell used by another caster including divine casters. Thusly making it likely that a scene of many magics will result in muddling the traces. This spell can be used to follow an actively carried book.

Other factors also apply, distance though not as much of a factor as one might think does apply some problems (-1% per mile away) as does crossing running water which has a -15% penalty of being tracked cumulative while crossing dimensions only generates a -5% though it does not generate ways to travel to other dimensions.  Note that the spell lasts as long as the caster keeps a gem used in the casting of the spell worth not less than 100 GPV in contact with some portion of their orbital socket or similar place.

In addition to the gem required above the caster must hop on one foot with the arm opposite to the eye the gem is gently placed against covering said eye while crowing like a rooster around the area a spell is suspected to have been cast from a book the caster is interested in.  Failure of the spell does not consume the gem, the gem is only consumed when the caster either gives up on the chase or finds the book after a successful casting.

Disarm Spell (Evocation)
Level: 2
Range: 0″
Duration: see spell
Area of Effect: 6″ sphere centered on the caster.
Components: V, S, M
Casting Time: 5 segments
Saving Throw: Special
The magi with bold moves can command a number of forces equal to their level to hurtle from their arms as they esoterically gesture resulting in sending drawn weapons (only) flying from chosen opponents grasp. The gestures are needed to direct and choose, along with appropriate onomatopoeias, signalling the precise target the forces attempt to remove any dart sized or larger weapon from the selected opponent.
Unless the wearer has a locking gauntlet the Magi only needs to score a to hit roll against an armor class of 8 otherwise use the locking gauntlets armor class. The to hit roll by the mage gains a +1 to hit. Success sends any weapon flying 1d3 feet per level away from the weapon wielder like a grenade miss, unless a lanyard is employed which only may be done with one handed weapons not intended to be thrown (and unless a save vs. paralysis is made the lanyard inflicts 1 point of damage per level of the caster). If the possessor has two weapons their primary weapon is lost, and excepting they make a save vs. paralyzation for each additional weapon those too will be spun away from the character.
Once cast, the mage has the option to attempt to disarm opponents among the available targets at the rate of 1 every 2 segments, or 1 every round (beginning with the initial round of casting) as desired. The Magi is forbidden from switching betwixt these options once the decision is made.
With the first choice, the caster must exotically gesture at the desired target on the second segment after the spell is cast, and a disarming force will be discharged. Repeating thereafter every 2 segments until all of the attempts are spent, which may mean the spell carries over into the following round for more powerful casters.
If the second option is chosen, the spell caster may time the discharge of the energies as desired, so long as one charge is burst forth each subsequent round. This option has the benefit of enabling the spell caster to actually discharge one of the energies and still use other magics as well in the same round. The other mystical event must be of such a nature as to not require the continuing concentration of the spell caster, or else he or she will involuntarily forego the discharge of any further disarming blows from the original spell. The generous opportunity to discharge energies and perform other feats of magic in the same round is of such benefit that the potential loss of later missiles well balances the spell. If the Magi fails to maintain an exact mental count of the number of disarming blows remaining, this is an unfailing indication that they have foregone the remaining portion of the spell involuntarily.
Note that this spell is completely useless against creatures who only use natural weaponry and such magical abilities as the ability to turn to Stone with gaze or breath, other breath weapons and the like though certain tool using creatures such as Dragons using a magical wand, stave or Rod to apply some sort of magical effect would be then vulnerable to the removing their grasp on the magical item via the spell. Many spells are also not preventable by this spell, unless they have large handheld items that could be removed by a person using a disarm ability.
The major material component is a rune encrusted toy sized Ranseur or Glaive costing at least 10 gold pieces worth of effort.

This spell uses some mechanics from the Unearthed Arcana spell Melf’s Minute Meteors (c.v.)

Leomunds Tiny Stable (Abjuration)
Level: 1
Range: 1″
Duration: 8 hours per level
Area of Effect: 8’x8’area
Components: V, S, M
Casting Time: 3 turns
Saving Throw: None
Supposedly from the legendary mind of Leomund though most scholars agree the misnamed spell is neither claimed by him nor in his style. Perhaps penned by a wizard interested in anonymity or assigned by a mentor to prove their skills at theft from Leomund instead settling for spell creation as easier. The magics can protectively house one beast of travel or burden for every level of the caster. This mount is as well cared for as can be expected in an average stable. The mounts have both enough food and water to maintain their current status and will actually heal a rate of standard given for a tended for but not optimally cared for Mount. The protective magics prevents the mounts from being noted or disturbed in any way until the spell ends unless named allies of the caster or the caster takes the creatures. The creatures are treated as if they were behind a barrier that was stoutly locked mentally away unless the stable is broached by using their mental capacity to pick locks at -10%. This protection does not extend past minor weather effects and any dramatic natural or magical occurrence can harm the creatures stabled.
There are secondary effects only occur if the material components are from a place the caster has been residing in for over a year. The mounts receive benefits as they would if they were still residing in that location (this could be for good or ill for the mounts), any special effects that would ordinarily spring from residing and being neglected or cared for in that location are as sensibly applied as is possible.
If cast adjacent to or on the cared for grounds of an existing structure the ownership is conferred in part to the owner of the structure allowing the owner to unlock and freely access the stable. In certain cases this is considered either a wonderful benefit or a potentially dangerous unintended consequence. Most casters are recommended to research the area before they cast the spell if they have concerns about the ownership of the location it is attached to.
The spell requires a twist of straw, a scrap of leather, a wand sized branch and a fist sized stone, planted while chanting construction ditties and pacing the location selected. As a final note the spell automatically ends if the locus is closed without a beast within.

Other Eye (Necromancy)
Level: 3
Range: Self
Duration: Special
Area of Effect: One eye/eye socket belonging to the mage
Components: V, S, M
Casting Time: 1 round
Saving Throw: None
This spell alters the forces of life and death granting some benefits as well as inflicting some prices upon the caster. The Wizard casting this spell must have an eye socket that has been unoccupied for a day which then may be filled by any reasonably similarly sized eye (within 50% of the original) harvested from the freshly dead by the mage during his time the eye socket is unoccupied. The selected and enchanted eye retains its original appearance, which can aid or harm the casters appearance at the Dms discretion depending upon the properties of the eye itself.
The eye can support and benefit from magical vision enhancements until the eye naturally expires in 1d6 days plus one day per level of the wizard. The eye grants whatever notable vision enhancements the eye would ordinarily grant a creature of the same type as it was harvested from during its usable life, but does not restore special eyesight the character may have had if the original eye was in the socket (an elf with a human eye would not have infravision in that eye as an example). If the eye is part of the interactions to gaze based effects that could negatively impact the wizard there’s a 50% chance that the effects will be negated. In addition if the eyes have special special or powerful abilities associated with them there is a 50% chance they can be activated by the wizard, at the expense of one day of utility per attempt at activation.
After having been magically modifed the eye is in some ways vulnerable to magic. Spells such as petrification and preservation actually reduce the viable duration of the eye to the minimum of one week or 7 days. While using the eye in certain magics especially a Wizards eye spell reduces the duration by one day per use. Of course if the eye is destroyed the caster must fulfill the requirements to replace the eye through the use of the spell as normal.
The material component is obviously those raw materials harvested at least during the day after the previous eye that… occupied… the socket expired and then 100 gpv of gemstone dust to seal the magics within the supporting structure. Wise wizards plan ahead and avoid capture whenever possible in order to mitigate the problems associated with all visual organs being incapacitated. Rumors abound that some powerful Lich who has eye related artifacts may have designed this spell in order to force others to seek out malicious inventions to restore their vision. Part of the verbal components requires invocation of the grace of the Man-of-felds.

Cloudburn (Abjuration)
Level: 3
Range: 5′ per level of the caster
Duration: 1d4 rounds +1 round per 2 levels
Area of Effect: 1 5’x5′ square per level of the caster
Components: V, S, M
Casting Time: half a round
Saving Throw: Negates impairment, special damage is still dealt even if save is made.
This modified version of the original Stinking Cloud spell (q.v.) allows the caster to add up to four additional material components to the stinking cloud foundation. The primary consideration for these is to reduce the odds of a particular target avoiding the effects of the cloud by adding components that have noted greater benefits against the target. Critical to the optimal utility of the spell is any component added to the spell must be worth at least 3 silvers. Each component that meets that criteria reduces the save of the target by 1, thus a werewolf who is caught by the vapours who has silver added to the mix of at least 3 silvers value has a -1 applied to theur saving throw attempts. Adding wolfsbane to the components listed would increase the penalty to -2. Trying to add the same component a second time only wastes components.
If the target is normally resistant to Stinking Cloud spell then the addition of the first item causes the effect to apply to the target, even those normally immune (Vampires is the classical example). For each item past the first that should apply an effect to the target the save is still reduced by one. Adding a vial of Holy water to the components as one of the addendums makes the spell effects applicable to any undead or supernatural creature (deamons and devils for example) impacted by such items and causes 1d4 damage per round the beings are inside the cloud. These effects also can be applied to adding a flask of burning oil against creatures like Trolls (1d4 damage per round, this damage does not occur against most other targets who do not have a noted vulnerability to fire) Note that poisons at best deal the 1d4 per round of immersion for targets that can be poisoned, even save or die poisons. While poisons that cause special effects such as paralysis and other effects are rarely carried over, if ever.
Just for clarification, this spells special effects do not penetrate certain spells such as Globe of Invulnerability or the minor version of said spell nor the protections from charge based magical items even if the effects could target the adversary. The standard material components found in the Stinking cloud spell (q.v.) must still be provided.

Dance of the Dragonfly (Alteration)
Level: 3
Range: 0
Duration: 1 minute per level of the caster
Area of Effect: personal
Components: V, S, M
Casting Time: 2 segments
Saving Throw: None
Via the casting of the spell the Wu Jen causes his or her material form to seemingly dance like a dragonfly darting back and forth from place to place while in actuality exiting This Plane and coming back appearing to have darted like a dragonfly in a random Direction. During the duration of each minute the spells power is in effect The segment the character blinks out is determined by Rolling 2D4 and during the same segment he or she will appear to dance to the determined location which will be at least 2′ from the previous position. Direction is determined by 1d8 1 = right ahead, 2 = right, 3 = right behind 4 = behind by week was left behind 6 = left 7 = left ahead, and 8 = ahead.
if some object already is occupying the space where the spell Caster is determined to have danced into his or her form is then shifted in a direction away from the original position for any distance necessary to appear in an empty space but never in excess of an additional 10. If that extra distance still dictates the magic user and another solid object are to occupy the same space the Wu Jen is then trapped in the Ethereal plane. during and after the dancing segment of a round the Caster can be attacked only by area of effect attack forms such as breath weapons or fireballs. Those not so able can only strike the Caster if they manage to attack prior to the dancing segment. The Caster is only 75% likely to be able to perform any acts other than a physical attack with a hand-held stabbing or striking weapon during the course of the spell. The use of any spell, device or item might not be completed in a correct manner or Direction 75‰ of the time. the referee will determine success or failure of the attempt and the adjudicate the results thereof according to the action being performed.
Those able to see the spiritual form of the Caster, the ability to detect Illusions, or having true sight will quickly realize he or she is not actually dancing but is instead leaving and reappearing. It should be noted that there is no way to cancel the spell, if the spell continues past the combat this is occasionally annoying to fellows adventuring with the caster.
the verbal components involved the buzz of a dragonfly while clapping four times to set the beat of the dance. While the somatic components involves slowly starting a few dance steps no matter how poorly performed. And the material component is a dried piece of a dragonfly (large or normal sized) painted with the sigil for Speed crushed in the hands on the fourth clap.