Upon uttering the Bless spell, the caster boosts the morale of friendly creatures and any POW they make against fear effects by 5%. Furthermore, it improves their attack rolls by 5%. A Blessing, however, affects only those not already engaged in melee combat. The caster determines at what range (up to 60 yards) he will cast the spell. At the instant the spell is completed, it affects all creatures in a 50-foot cube centered on the point selected by the caster (thus, affected creatures leaving the area are still subject to the spell's effect; those entering the area after the casting is completed are not).
A second use of this spell is to bless a single item (for example, a crossbow bolt for use against a rakshasa). The weight of the item is limited to one pound per Weave layer and the effect lasts until the end of the next segment.
Multiple bless spells are not cumulative. This spell can be reversed by the priest to a curse spell that, when cast upon enemy creatures, penalizes their morale and attack rolls by 5%.