As polymorph other, except this spell enables the character to
assume the form of any single creature of less than deity status
(including unique dragon types, or the like) or any single
object. The assumed form can be no smaller than a flea and no
larger than 200 feet in its largest dimension. Unlike polymorph
other, this spell allows incorporeal forms to be assumed.
The character's new form works like a polymorph other form.
The character still does not gain the supernatural or spell-like
abilities of the character's new form, though the character does
gain its extraordinary abilities while keeping the character's
own. The character also gains the type of the new form (for
example, "dragon" or "magical beast") in
place of the character's own. The new form does not disorient the
character. Parts of the character's body or pieces of equipment
that are separated from the character do not revert to their
original forms. Thus, a new forms poison bite is effective.
The character can become just about anything the character is
familiar with. The character can change form once each round as a
free action. The change takes place either immediately before the
character's regular action or immediately after it, but not
during the action.
If the character uses this spell to create a disguise, the
character gets +10 on the character's Disguise check.