Otherworldly Leap 5E

Hello warlocks of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my spellbook and thank you so much for checking out the for checking out the 33rd episode of our what is eldritch invocations? series. Today we’re going to be taking a look at an interesting one, one that’ve personally never used nor have i seen anyone use but in the right circumstances could be pretty interesting. Today we’re going to be taking a look at dnd otherworldly leap. So before i get too deep into the nitty-gritty let’s just take a look at the description here.

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Description

So first and foremost it’s gonna be worth noting that there is a prerequisite for this and that is that you have to be ninth level. That is nine levels of warlock not nine total character levels. Alright! And the description reads as followed. Along with it you can also know the answer for does otherworldly leap use a spell slot?. So let’s get started.

You can cast jump on yourself at will, without expending a spell slot or material components.

So pretty cool! We’ve seen a lot of invocations like this obviously they’re fairly common amongst the warlock. With that being said, let’s take a look at the overview. In any case you can also check out how does eldritch sight work?

Overview

So essentially your jump distance is multiplied by three.

Pretty cool stuff! to kind of give you the overview in terms of horizontal distance at least with a running start which 10 feet of movement, your long jump is your strength score. So if you have a 18 in strength it’s 18 feet capisce great! and then multiply that by 3 and without a running jump or with other running stars just from nothing or five feet i guess technically. Your long jump is your strength score divided by two horizontally. And then multiply that by 3.

There’s height as well that is multiplied but that’s based off of your character height so it’s kind of hard for me to quote that directly. That being said, this is pretty great! In any case you can also check out this can warlocks get polymorph?.

However i don’t really like it because it’s overshadowed by another invocation, namely dnd ascendant step, you see this invocation lets you cast levitate on your self. So this is kind of redundant when you think about it because you combined levitate with something like catapult or even a flying familiar you can move around faster than this, for a longer than this with less effort than this.

You know what i mean, so if you’re gonna take this at all like i could be wrong but i personally don’t see any advantages to this when compared with ascendant step. I might be missing something but i doubt it. Also check out this dnd ancient tome.

Conclusion

In any case if you think i’m wrong, if you think i’m missing something please feel free to point it down in the comments below i really enjoy when you guys get fired up it’s great everyone learns from it so please keep doing it.

That being said, if you have any ideas, cool stories, uses please let me know and thank you so much guys. It’s been great we’ll continue up with this series and just taking this logical conclusion. Thank you so much and as always happy casting. Also read dnd otherworldly leap spells |

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