You bite either a willing creature, a creature that is charmed or grappled by you, or a creature that is incapacitated or restrained. You can use your Strength or Dexterity for your bite's attack roll. On a hit, your bite deals necrotic damage equal to 1d6 plus the ability modifier used to make the attack roll. You may choose to gain temporary hit points equal to the amount of damage dealt. You may gain temporary hit points from this trait a number of times equal to your proficiency bonus. Any expended uses of this feature are restored after a long rest.
Your spell bolsters your allies with toughness and resolve. Choose up to three creatures within range. Each target�s hit point maximum and current hit points increase by 5 for the duration. At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 3rd level or higher, a target�s hit points increase by an additional 5 for each slot level above 2nd.
(a pinch of powdered iron or ironilings) up to 1 hour A 10-foot-radius invisible sphere of antimagic surrounds you. This area is divorced from the magical energy that sufuses the multiverse. Within the sphere, spells can�t be cast, summoned creatures disappear, and even magic items become mundane. Until the spell ends, the sphere moves with you, centered on you. Spells and other magical efects, except those created by an artifact or a deity, are suppressed in the sphere and can�t protrude into it. A slot expended to cast a suppressed spell is consumed. While an efect is suppressed, it doesn�t function, but the time it spends suppressed counts against its duration. Targeted Efects. Spells and other magical efects, such as and , that target a creature or an object in the sphere have no efect on that target. Areas of Magic. The area of another spell or magical efect, such as , can�t extend into the sphere. If the sphere overlaps an area of magic, the part of the area that is covered by the sphere is suppressed. For example,
the lames created by a are suppressed within the sphere, creating a gap in the wall if the overlap is large enough. Spells. Any active spell or other magical efect on a creature or an object in the sphere is suppressed while the creature or object is in it. Magic Items. The properties and powers of magic items are suppressed in the sphere. For example, a in the sphere functions as a nonmagical longsword. A magic weapon�s properties and powers are suppressed if it is used against a target in the sphere or wielded by an attacker in the sphere. If a magic weapon or a piece of magic ammunition fully leaves the sphere (for example, if you ire a magic arrow or throw a magic spear at a target outside the sphere), the magic of the item ceases to be suppressed as soon as it exits. Magical Travel. Teleportation and planar travel fail to work in the sphere, whether the sphere is the destination or the departure point for such magical travel. A portal to another location, world, or plane of existence, as well as an opening to an
extradimensional space such as that created by the spell, temporarily closes while in the sphere. Creatures and Objects. A creature or object summoned or created by magic temporarily winks out of existence in the sphere. Such a creature instantly reappears once the space the creature occupied is no longer within the sphere. Dispel Magic. Spells and magical efects such as have no efect on the sphere. Likewise, the spheres created by diferent spells don�t nullify each other.
up to 1 hour You create an invisible, magical eye within range that hovers in the air for the duration. You mentally receive visual information from the eye, which has normal vision and darkvision out to 30 feet. The eye can look in every direction. As an action, you can move the eye up to 30 feet in any direction. There is no limit to how far away from you the eye can move, but it can�t enter another plane of existence. A solid barrier blocks the eye�s movement, but the eye can pass through an opening as small as 1 inch in diameter.
You touch a closed door, window, gate, chest, or other entryway, and it becomes locked for the duration. You and the creatures you designate when you cast this spell can open the object normally. You can also set a password that, when spoken within 5 feet of the object, suppresses this spell for 1 minute. Otherwise, it is impassable until it is broken or the spell is dispelled or suppressed. Casting on the object suppresses for 10 minutes. While afected by this spell, the object is more diicult to break or force open. the DC to break it or pick any locks on it increases by 10.
You and up to eight willing creatures within range project your astral bodies into the Astral Plane (the spell fails and the casting is wasted if you are already on that plane). The material body you leave behind is unconscious and in a state of suspended animation. it doesn�t need food or air and doesn�t age. Your astral body resembles your mortal form in almost every way, replicating your game statistics and possessions. The principal diference is the addition of a silvery cord that extends from between your shoulder blades and trails behind you, fading to invisibility after 1 foot. This cord is your tether to your material body. As long as the tether remains intact, you can ind your way home. If the cord is cut�something that can happen only when an efect speciically states that it does�your soul and body are separated, killing you instantly. Your astral form can freely travel through the Astral Plane and can pass through portals there leading to any other plane. If you enter a new plane or return to the plane you were
on when casting this spell, your body and possessions are transported along the silver cord, allowing you to re-enter your body as you enter the new plane. Your astral form is a separate incarnation. Any damage or other efects that apply to it have no efect on your physical body, nor do they persist when you return to it. The spell ends for you and your companions when you use your action to dismiss it. When the spell ends, the afected creature returns to its physical body, and it awakens. The spell might also end early for you or one of your companions. A successful spell used against an astral or physical body ends the spell for that creature. If a creature�s original body or its astral form drops to 0 hit points, the spell ends for that creature. If the spell ends and the silver cord is intact, the cord pulls the creature�s astral form back to its body, ending its state of suspended animation. If you are returned to your body prematurely, your companions remain in their astral forms and must ind their own way back to their
bodies, usually by dropping to 0 hit points.
By casting gem-inlaid sticks, rolling dragon bones, laying out ornate cards, or employing some other divining tool, you receive an omen from an otherworldly entity about the results of a speciic course of action that you plan to take within the next 30 minutes. The DM chooses from the following possible omens: Weal, for good results Woe, for bad results Weal and woe, for both good and bad results Nothing, for results that aren�t especially good or bad The spell doesn�t take into account any possible circumstances that might change the outcome, such as the casting of additional spells or the loss or gain of a companion. If you cast the spell two or more times before completing your next long rest, there is a cumulative 25 percent chance for each casting after the irst that you get a random reading. The DM makes this roll in secret.
up to 1 minute This spell bestows hope and vitality. Choose any number of creatures within range. For the duration, each target has advantage on Wisdom saving throws and death saving throws, and regains the maximum number of hit points possible from any healing.
up to 10 minutes You create a vertical wall of whirling, razor-sharp blades made of magical energy. The wall appears within range and lasts for the duration. You can make a straight wall up to 100 feet long, 20 feet high, and 5 feet thick, or a ringed wall up to 60 feet in diameter, 20 feet high, and 5 feet thick. The wall provides three-quarters cover to creatures behind it, and its space is diicult terrain. When a creature enters the wall�s area for the irst time on a turn or starts its turn there, the creature must make a Dexterity saving throw. On a failed save, the creature takes 6d10 slashing damage. On a successful save, the creature takes half as much damage.