Casting Time: 1 Action
Range/Area: 300 ft
Components: V, S, M *
Duration: 10 Minutes
Attack/Save: STR Save
Until this Control Water 5E Spell ends, you should control any type of freestanding water which is inside an area that you select which is a cube up to 100 feet on a specific side. However you are easily able to select from any of the following effects whenever you cast this spell. As a bonus action on your particular turn, you are able to repeat the same effect or else select a different one.
Flood: You may cause the water level of all the standing water in a specific area in order to rise by as much as 20 feet. Suppose, if an area which include a shore, the flooding water spills over onto the dry land.
If you even select an area within a large body of water, you may instead make a 20-foot tall wave which travels from a side of an area for an other and then crashes down. Any type of huge or else smaller vehicles in a wave’s path those are carried with it for the other side. However any kind of huge or else smaller vehicles are struck by a wave have a 25 percent of chance of capsizing.
Here the water level always remains elevated until the spell ends or else you select a different effect. Suppose, if this effect is produced a wave, the wave may repeats on a start of your next turn while the flood effect lasts.
Part Water: Here you are cause of the water in an area in order to move apart and also create a trench. The trench may extend across the spell’s area and also the separated water forms a wall for either side. The trench will remain until a spell ends or else you select a different effect. However the water then slowly fills up within a trench over a course of a next round until a normal water level that has been restored.
Redirect Flow: You would cause for flowing the water in an area for move in a particular direction that you select, but even if the water has to flow over some obstacles, up walls, or in an other unlikely directions. The water in an area shall be moved as you direct it, but once it moves beyond the spell’s area, anyway it resumes its flow which is based on a terrain conditions. In any case the water shall continue for moving in a direction that you select until the spell ends or else you can select a different effect.
Whirlpool: Normally, this effect require a body of water that means at least 50 feet square and 25 feet deep. You may cause a whirlpool for forming in a center of an area. The whirlpool may form the vortex which is 5 feet wider at a base, so up to 50 feet wide at its top, and also 25 feet tall. Any type of creature or an object within a water and within 25 feet of a vortex has been pulled 10 feet towards to it. Al though a creature could swim away from a vortex by making a Strength (Athletics) check against your spell save DC.
No matter whenever a creature enters the vortex for the first time on a particular turn or it starts its turn there, then it should make a Strength saving throw. On a failed save, the creature shall take 2d8 bludgeoning damage and it has been caught in a vortex until a spell ends. But on a successful save, the creature can take half damage, and even is not caught in a vortex. Usually, a creature caught within the vortex that could use its action for trying to swim away from the vortex as it described above, however the disadvantage on a strength (Athletics) check to do so.
Usually, the first time each of their turn which an object enters the vortex, the object shall take 2d8 bludgeoning damage; this damage usually occurs each round that it remains within the vortex.