Divination  [Mind-Affecting]  {Aerea, Faith}
Level: Sor/Wiz 6
Components: V, S
Casting Time: 1 standard action
Range: Touch
Target/Area/Effect: Two creatures touched
Duration: 10 minutes/level (D)
Saving Throw: Will negates
Spell Resistance: Yes
You cause one creature to fully experience all sensations that another creature experiences. This conveyance is one-way; while the first creature experiences the sensations of the second, the second does not experience the sensations of the first. While experiencing sensations through another creature's body, the first creature is insensate and unable to speak or move.
    During the casting transensation you must decide whether the effect is compelled or voluntary. If the effect is compelled, then the first target creature is forced to continuously experience the sensations of the second target creature for the duration of the spell. If the effect is voluntary, then the first target creature may choose when to experience the second target creature's sensations by closing their eyes and concentrating for a full round. If the effect is voluntary, then the first target creature may return to their own sensations at any time by simply opening their eyes.
    The first target creature experiences everything that the second creature does. It can hear, see, taste, small, and feel the touch of everything that the second creature experiences. If the second creature suffers from fatigue or exhaustion, these sensations are also communicated. The first creature experiences all damage (physical and subdual) suffered by the second target creature as subdual damage.
    Mind-affecting spell effects which target the second creature, such as confusion also affect the first creature. Spells which enhance the senses of the second creature, such as blindness or true sight translate their benefits to the first target creature. All beneficial and deleterious effects which the first target creature experiences through the second target creature immediately cease to affect the former when they break contact with the latter. The first target creature is aware of any strong emotions of the second creature and they experience them as though they were their own.
    Detect evil, protection from evil, and similar spells cast upon the second target creature do not detect or obstruct the voyeur presence of the first creature. A mindblank cast on either target spell subject immediately ends the transensation spell. Similarly, a break enchantment or dispel magic can end the effect of this spell. If either target creature falls unconscious, then the active connection ends, but it can be resumed if the spell is still functioning when both target creatures are again conscious. This spell does not function across planar boundries.