This spell grants a willing creature you touch the ability to breathe underwater until the spell ends. Affected creature also retains their normal mode of respiration. The target also gains a swim speed equal to their walking speed. Being underwater imposes no penalties on the target's movement or attacks.
The effects of the Water Adaptation spell are also applied to the target's equipment.
You hurl a Dagger at a creature or object within range. Make a ranged spell attack against the target. On a hit, the target takes 2d4 piercing damage. The dagger then returns to your hand. You add your spellcasting ability modifier to the damage. Any other properties of the dagger attack apply as normal
This spell's damage increases by 2d4 when you reach 5th level (4d4) 11th level (6d4), and 17th level (8d4).
You draw a smoking orb of darkest moonlight from your eyes into your outstretched hand. The orb sucks in light within 15 feet of you to and you are lightly obscured. You may hold the orb for 10 minutes.
When you cast the spell or as an action in any round before it ends you can hurl the orb at a creature and attempt to shift it’s perception and position in time and space.
Choose one creature within range. A target must succeed on a Intelligence saving throw or take 1d6 psychic damage and be moved 10 feet in a direction you choose as it fails to comprehend the mysteries of your mind. This spell’s damage increases by 1d6 when you reach 5th level (2d6), 11th level (3d6), and 17th level (4d6).
You use this spell to charge a Draíocht Ring. The ritual transmogrifies your life energy and molten silver into Draíocht Ring charges. This ritual is an arcane spell, a religious service to Draíocht and a Test of Faith. To cast this it you must be free to give worship to Draíocht, be attuned to a Draíocht Ring, posses a Tine Bowl and a silver piece.
As part of casting the spell you place silver into the Tine Bowl. The bowl is immediately engulfed in flames and melts the silver in moments. You can spend one Hit Die per silver piece to infuse the molten silver with energy. For each Hit Dice spent, roll 1d10 + your spell casting ability modifier to create charges ready to be added to the Draíocht Ring.
As the ritual is drawing to a close you perform the Test of Faith. You place your index finger into the molten silver. If Draíocht’s is pleased, the ring will absorb the energised silver and protect you from harm. The charges are added to The Draíocht Ring. The remaining silver can be shaped into any form you desire before it cools.
If Draíocht is not pleased, you howl in agony as your finger is burnt away. The silver forms into a jagged smouldering claw fused to the ring. This is a divine curse and can not be prevented in any way. While cursed you have disadvantage on Strength and Dexterity ability checks requiring the use of a hand as well as on spell attack rolls. Saving throws against your magic have advantage. You remain attuned to the Draíocht Ring but you can not use it.
You summon a splinter of your intellect and forge it into a weapon of pure force. One target of your choice within range takes 1d4 force damage. You may choose to make a ranged spell attack to hit the target, if you hit the target, it takes double damage.
This spell’s damage increases by 1d4 when you reach 5th level (2d4), 11th level (3d4), and 17th level (4d4).
You shine a dark beam of Shale’s moonlight at your enemies shifting it’s perception and position in time and space. Choose one creature within range. A target must succeed on a Intelligence saving throw or take 1d8 psychic damage and be moved 10 feet in a direction you choose as it fails to comprehend the mysteries of Shale.
This spell’s damage increases by 1d8 when you reach 5th level (2d8), 11th level (3d8), and 17th level (4d8).
Your fingertip is temporarily replaced by a tiny silver falcon. It flies at a target at blinding speed before disappearing. You make a ranged spell attack against the target. If the falcon hits it does 1d8 + your spellcasting ability modifier piercing damage. The spell’s range is 150 feet but you may attempt to hit targets up to 750 feet away but these attacks are made with disadvantage.
If the attack roll is a natural 19 or 20 then the attack is a critical hit. If the attack is a critical hit, a silver falcon lodges in the target and does not disappear. The falcon is worth 2sp. The target creature may remove the talon as a bonus action.
You can cast this cantrip with greater effect at higher levels. You can use two charges at 5th level, three at 11th level and four at 17th level. You make a separate ranged spell attack for each charge.
You conjure a magical giant falcon of pure silver, that slashes at a creature that has provoked an opportunity attack. The falcon makes a melee spell attack against that creature using your game statistics. On a hit, the target takes 1d8 slashing damage per two charges expended. You may add your spellcasting ability modifier to the damage. The damage counts as magical and silver. If the attack roll is a natural 19 or 20 then the attack is a critical hit.
If the attack damaged the target a silver talon remains in lodged in its wound. The silver talon can be removed as a bonus action. The silver talon is worth 2sp per charge used.
You may drain four charges from the ring when you reach 5th level (2d8), six at 11th level (3d8), and eight at 17th level (4d8).
The target and any equipment they are carrying will not be damaged by immersion in water. This does not protect from damage caused by side effects of immersion such as currents, pressure or temperature etc and does not prevent damage from other items in the water such as pigments, salt, sharks or Sahuagin.
This spell is usually performed as a ritual. It is often used to prevent damage to the property of worshippers entering an Uisce templeWealthy nobles will often pay Uisce Priests to perform this ritual before embarking on a sea voyage.
You can control the electrum chisel, that is the material component for this spell using your intellect. If you are proficient in Intelligence (Arcana) you can use this skill to make ability checks to create sculptures instead of making ability checks with artisan's tools.
The effects are similar to the mage hand spell, but only the chisel can be affected, it can apply considerable pressure to sculpted materials. The effective Strength score of the chisel is equal to your Intelligence (Arcana) modifier +10.
Sculpting using this spell is extremely fast. The one hour duration allows the creation of a medium sized sculpture from mundane materials, such as wood or stone. The quality and accuracy of the final sculpture is determined by your Intelligence (Arcana) check. If you spend a healing surge you gain a +5 bonus on this ability check.
You can also use a kellum chisel as the focus for this spell which provides +5 additional bonus to the final check. When using a kellum chisel, any substance can be sculpted.
The chisel can be used to make ranged spell attacks against constructs. Its base damage is 1d4 magical piercing. You use your Intelligence (Arcana) score to determine your attack and damage modifiers.
Available For: WIZARD, ARTIFICER, FORGE DOMAIN
You create a permanent arcane effect that conjures and binds a fragment of non-sentient energy into a container. Energy types that can be included are: acid, cold, fire, force, lightning, necrotic, poison, radiant, thunder. The bound energy dances hypnotically within the container.
If you spend a healing surge while concentrating on this effect it becomes the effect becomes permanent. This spell is most often cast as a ritual as part of the creation of magic items.