The character make the his or herselfincluding clothing,
armor, weapons, and equipmentlook different. The character
can seem 1 foot shorter or taller, thin, fat, or in between. The
character cannot change the character's body type. For example, a
human caster could look human, humanoid, or like any other
generally human-shaped bipedal creature. Otherwise, the extent of
the apparent change is up to the character. The character could
add or obscure a minor feature, such as a mole or a beard, or
look like an entirely different person.
The spell does not provide the abilities or mannerisms of the
chosen form. It does not alter the perceived tactile (touch) or
audible (sound) properties of the character or the character's
equipment. A battleaxe made to look like a dagger still functions
as a battleaxe.
If the character uses this spell to create a disguise, the
character gets a +10 bonus on the Disguise check.
Note: Creatures get Will saves to recognize the glamer as an
illusion if they interact with it (such as by touching the
character and having that not match what they see, in this case
of this spell).