Otiluke’s Freezing Sphere 5E Spell

The frigid globe of a cold energy that streaks from your fingertips for a particular point depends on your choice within a particular range, of course wherever it explodes within a 60-foot-radius sphere. Al though each and every creature that’s within an area should make a constitution saving throw. So that on a failed save, the creature usually takes 10d6 cold damage. Even on a successful save, it should take half as much damage.

Suppose, if the globe strikes a specific type of body of water or the liquid which is principally water (probably not including water-based creatures), it usually freezes the liquid for the depth of 6 inches over an area of 30 feet square. Usually this ice lasts for a whole minute. The creatures which were swimming on the surface of frozen water are almost being trapped in the ice.

Here a trapped creature could use an action for making a strength check against your spell save DC to break free. Even though you could refrain from firing a globe after its completing a spell, if you still wish. However a small globe about a size of the sling stone, cool for a touch, it also appears within your hand.

So at any time, you or even a particular creature that you give the globe for being can throw a globe (for a specific range of 40 feet) or else it hurl it with the sling (for the sling’s normal range). It usually shatters on an impact, with that similar effect like the normal casting of a spell. Of course you can even set the globe down without shattering it. So after 1 minute, if the globe hasn’t already been shattered, it explodes.

At higher Levels: Whenever you cast this spell by using the spell slot of 7th level or higher, then the damage shall increase by 1d6 for each slot level above 6th.

Attributes

  • Level: 6th
  • Casting Time: 1 Action
  • Range/Area: 300 ft (60 ft )
  • Components: V, S, M *
  • Duration: Instantaneous
  • School: Evocation
  • Attack/Save: CON Save
  • Damage/Effect: Cold

Leave a Comment