Mire The Mind 5E Invocation

Hello warlocks of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my spellbook and thank you so much for checking out the 30th episode of our eldritch invocations series. Today we’re going to be taking a look at dnd 5e mire the mind So this is really perfect if you like the matrix or you like wakfu dnd 5e either of those two inspirations if you’ve seen the movies or shows then you’ll definitely get away this is kind of cool stuff! With that intro out of the way let’s take a look at the description and understand what we’re talking about.


So there’s a prerequisite and that is you have to be at least 5th level and those are five warlock 5e levels not combined character levels.

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You can cast slow once using a warlock spell slot. You can’t do so again until you finish a long rest.

All right so we’ve seen this kind of style before. Let’s break it down in the overview section. You can also check out agonizing blast 5e.


So essentially choose a point within 120 feet. You create a 40 feet cube that can effect up to 6 creatures. On a failed wisdom save time slows down for the targets, they: Get a -2 to AC and Dex saves, can’t use reactions, must choose between an action or bonus action, can only take a maximum of 1 attack per turn. When they decide to cast a spell with a cast time of 1 action, roll a d20 on an 11 or higher they must use their action next turn to finish the casting. They make another wisdom save at the end of their turn. This by the way lasts for a full minute and it is a concentration.

Wowzers is this brutal of man! And i would argue that it works the same as faerie fire or even if they move outside that 40-foot cube they’re still affected. However you may also like to know that what does eldritch invocations do?

This is just nuts man! Literally just makes their lives miserable. Needless to say, i’m an incredibly huge fan of this one. I like it, i find it works with the warlock really well kind of like toying with their food. It’s an excellent debuff for everyone in the party to take advantage of. I just think it’s fantastic and i like the concept of being a DM who’s a role-playing NPCs going in slow motion i just think it seems like a really fun idea. Also read eldritch blast 5e.


In any case if you have any cool stories, alternative uses or ways you’d like to experiment with mire the mind please let me know down in the comment section, i really enjoy reading them and i know everyone else does as well. That being said guys, thank you so much and as always happy casting. misty visions 5e | eldritch mind 5e | how does eldritch sight work? |

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