Creeping Cold (5e Spell)

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Author: Gr7mm Bobb (talk)
Date Created: 04Aug2015
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Creeping Cold
2nd-level transmutation
Casting Time: 1 action
Range: 30 feet
Components: V, S, M
Duration: Concentration, 3 rounds, see text
Casters: Druid, Duskblade (5e Class), Sorcerer, Wizard

Targeting a creature you can see within range as reach out your hand and making a crushing motion, you turn a creature's sweat and the air's ambient moisture to ice, creating blisters as the ice forms on and inside the skin. Make a ranged spell attack at a creature you can see within range. On a hit, the target takes 1d6 points cold damage. Using your bonus action during your subsequent turns for the duration, the target takes 1d6 cumulative points of cold damage (that is, 1d6 on the 1st round, 2d6 on the second, and 3d6 on the third, etc.) and loses a cumulative 5 feet of speed (that is, 5 feet on the 1st round, 10 feet on the second, and 30 feet on the 3rd, etc.) from all movements for one round. Each time the target would take damage from this effect, it gets a Constitution saving throw; a successful save reduces the damage by half and negates the loss of movement speed.

At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 3rd level or higher, the duration increases by 1 round for each spell slot above 2nd level.





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Action TypeAction +
AuthorGr7mm Bobb +
CasterDruid +, Duskblade +, Sorcerer + and Wizard +
ComponentV +, S + and M +
Identifier5e Spell +
Level2 +
Range30 feet +
RatingUndiscussed +
Scalabletrue +
SchoolTransmutation +
SummaryYou turn a creature's sweat and the air's ambient moisture to ice, creating blisters as the ice forms on and inside the skin.

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TitleCreeping Cold +