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I know that they get the shadow blade spell and danse macabre, but I don't Sickening Radiance (everything dies from radiation sickness then.


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Wizards received a new necromancy cantrip that deals damage. Demonic summoning is now part of a Wizard's & Warlock's spell repertoire; A.


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The following is a sortable list of warlock spells for 5th ed. (SRD 1, Necromancy, Action, 60 feet, V, S, Xanathar's Guide to Everything.


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Though this is a great side option in spell selection in case the druid expends all of their uses of Wildshape or wishes to conserve them for later. If both d8s are the same number, the spell leaps to another target within 30 feet of the original and will deal damage if another spell attack roll hits. Granted the text would be long and tediously challenging to read. If you realize that the damage is going to probably make you lose this spell, expend it and gain the immunity so you can prolong your wildshape. The fact that hand can be moved makes it worthwhile and useful. Great for blighters and a great high-level AoE for necromancer wizards. This spell does require some creativity in its use, but if done well, it can be a fun addition. When you cast the spell and roll the damage, you roll 2d8 plus 1d6 on a hit from a spell attack roll. At higher levels, you have plenty of ways to escape danger. The druid can choose to end gain immunity to the triggered elemental damage dealt and then lose the resistances, and the spell ends at the next turn. The spell slot increases are staggered to avoid making this spell too appealing. So you can cast this spell, cast another spell and even concentrate on another. You can throw one to two meteors at a time, once you use them up, the spell ends. A warlock can cast this spell as a bonus action and attack with their new shadow blade on the same turn.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} But one feature that has it worthwhile compared to some other spells is the lack of concentration and a flat 1-hour duration. For a 3rd-level spell slot, the potential damage output can yield 12d8 arrow damage from a longbow and 12d6 fire damage assuming all attacks hit. Very useful, you can target enemy casters and maybe a few of their strikers. Still useful either way. Totally worth it. An excellent spell for Druids, especially while in their Wildshape forms. The devil is from the Nine Hells, it has a disposition against you the caster and your allies. Villain casts this on a ruler while meeting with the party, the villain remains out of sight and casts the spell on the ruler causing them to view the party as enemies. Plus the Funeral Rites options is an excellent deterrent for the undead to spawn again. If you remain out of range from the enemy, you have a wider area of mobility that has you casting spells from various angles. The motes produce bright light, and if enough are expended, the light radius diminishes. A Wild Magic Sorcerer can definitely have some fun abusing their features with this spell. Oh no! Most enemies are stuck or unable to be effective, which makes it easier for your allies to pick them off one by one. The 5-foot push effect is useful if martial enemies got too close to the caster. Fire damage is the most common element type, and there are plenty of creatures that are resistant to it. Bards and Sorcerers have pretty much little to no real gain out of this spell and waste a valuable slot for spells known. Why is this relevant? This sort of spell is more for NPCs than player characters. But saving you from taking a bucket of fire damage? But still a good evocation spell, better with sorcerers since they can use their Heightened Spell metamagic feature to impose disadvantage on saving throws. Not a great cantrip but nice that you have another cantrip that targets a saving throw very few classes start with proficiency. Plus druids benefit with the extra action options while in their Wildshapes while other spellcasters would instead continue casting more spells if possible. The one saving grace about this spell is that the caster can change the modes of the spell and not waste casting it again which adds to its utility. Once the target interacts with the spell, it ends and explodes into 10d10 psychic damage, talk about having your mind blown. Sorcerers have the added benefit of using their Heightened metamagic feature to give disadvantage on the saving throws. Flight and verticality are incredibly potent in mid to later tiers of play. While psychic damage is far better in the long term since cold damage in the early game is quite useful as there are more fire spells in the earlier tiers which lead to more creatures in the Monster Manual having more fire resistance over time. Sure the concepts are more accessible to comprehend between beast and the character, but the only real advantage with this spell comes with the combat advantage through this telepathic link which is great for animal companions but sadly requiring the beast to be 5-foot of the caster really sets this spell down a tier. The foot area of effect suggests a panic button scenario wherein the caster is surrounded. This spell makes your iconic Bladelock builds have options since this spell works for melee and ranged combat as a thrown weapon. Lots so of options to go around. You choose one of the d8s, and the damage of the spell will be the type based on a chart for the spell. You literally create a dragon that breaths elemental energy and can cause fear. Can you imagine having an army of tyrannosaurus rex stampeding into the combat zone? The damage immunity or resistances are quite useful, some allow alternative actions that represent their respective elements. Well, here you are. Additionally, the light produced by this spell is considered daylight, another anti-vampire or anti-Underdark denizen spell. Ordinarily psychic is seen in many enchantment, illusion, and necromancy spells. So for a bonus action, you can efficiently deal 4d6 cold damage to a single point, which is not a wrong way to go to keep up with DPR damage per round since it allows the caster to continue tossing spells through their normal Action. Polymorph is already a potent spell, making it target 10 creatures is just the cherry on top. Even certain schools of magic seemed to have acquired more support than previously published materials. If you lose concentration, the devil remains but is no longer under your control. I might be willing to have a Light domain Cleric have this as a domain spell if your DM is willing. But even better in areas where the spell can send targets into the range of your martial characters to take them down a few sizes. A druid can cast this spell as a bonus action, drop the pebbles near the ranged combatant, cast another spell using an Action and move around a bit. Combined with the Illusory Reality feature for Illusionist Wizards, the dragon can be real for some aspects which can be handy against that pesky Intelligence Investigation checks to discern its true nature. It takes a bonus action to cast, and a bonus action to move it. Granted your enemies will need to make Wisdom saving throws and all targets are teleported to a place with a ground or floor. This is high variance spell that is not reliable but honestly fun to cast when given the opportunity. Against other creatures though, it can prove useful, as it removes the resistance and deals extra damage based on the element chosen. But perhaps it was deemed too powerful, but we are talking about 8th level spells after. Great against hordes of drow or vampire spawns. I honestly would have preferred if the four elemental versions were one single spell instead. Useful in the right situations, very useful even at higher levels mainly against polymorphed creatures or shapechangers that shift types around. Not as high in verticality, injures the target so not useful for elevating party members but does create difficult terrain in a foot cube. Still worth it even for traveling purposes. Heck yeah! Also great for druids who are more range combat oriented or to help companions who are ranged combat users. The new attack rolls their damage die and can potentially leap again. More damage types for the ranged character since some enemies have resistances to the physical damage types. Definitely useful and a solid choice for Diviner Wizards. Should a creature fail this saving throw, they are tormented by ghostly visions and are restrained. As you reach higher levels, you will meet more creatures with resistance or immunity to fear effects. The damage is minor, but the random forced movement is quite entertaining. Charm spells are situational at best, but this can be a great evil villain spell. Very useful in a large, open setting. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}There various winners and losers regarding spell variety, some spells seem underwhelming in the face of others across other classes or within their own spellcasting lists. But most of the time, tracking the passage of time is something very few DMs will nickel and dime. Hopefully, you found some cover in those early levels. If you want to cast one, it has to be extremely worthwhile to consider burning such a limited resource slot plus the commitment to prepare it. Also great when said ranged character is out of ammunition. Or suddenly turn the enemy squad into frogs. Sign me up! Damage is good but requires being in melee range. You can still teleport them onto a ledge and then have someone push them off. This spell becomes terrific on a Sorcerer with the Twinned Metamagic option. This spell is terrific for battlefield control as it allows repositioning for allies and foes alike. This spell is more for flavor than for actual functionality, though creating only water as a ritual is somewhat useful especially against fiends and undead enemies. The short rest is beneficial for martial characters and those who need to regain hit points through their hit dice. I would instead cast an actual healing spell at that point, even if the healed hit points are less than what this spell could generate. Keeping that in mind, sleeping for 10 minutes uninterrupted gains the benefits of a short rest which is excellent for Warlocks which thankfully they do not have access to learning and Wizards with their Arcane Recovery feature. While this possible damage is stretched out, the more likely damage output comes somewhere close to 6d8 and 6d6, considering only half of the arrows hit their target. At 4d8, an average of 18 points of damage taken for a possible 36 points of healing of a single target within 30 feet. But this is one of the few spells that heals undead so you can expect this in your next evil necromancer NPC.