Hello magic casters of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my spellbook and thank you so much for checking out the 28th episode of our 1st level spell series. Today we’re going to be taking a look at our first spell from the acquisitions incorporated book. Today we’re going to be taking a look at dnd 5e distort value spell. It is usable by the bard, sorcerer, warlock and wizard and it is found in as for mentioned the aquisitions incorporated book.
If you don’t have this one yet, you know what i would honestly pick it up, aquisitions incorporated is actually what prompted me to get into d&d followed up by critical role of course but i really did love the story behind aquisitions incorporated, if you haven’t checked them out i’d highly recommend it. That being said, let’s take a brief look at the mechanics for the spell here. You may also like to read this 5e change damage type.
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So your cast time is one minute, the range is a touch and the object is up to one foot in size, the duration is eight hours and the effect at a glance is as followed, Double or half the value of an object of 1ft or less in size. A creature can find its true value through a successful investigation check vs your spell save DC.
At higher levels the maximum size of the object increases by 1 foot for each slot level above 1st. The components are strictly verbal and the school is illusion. Really cool stuff there, let’s take a look at the full description so we get a better idea of how does distort value work?. Also check out this 5e damage types ranked.
Wow quite a wordy one, That being said it really cool and it does really reflect the play style of a lot of the aquisitions incorporated characters. I’m sure you can easily see this imported into your own game as a matter of fact. Speaking of let’s take a look at some interesting alternative uses. Do not miss this 5e spell damage types.
So naturally the most common uses in a store, now there’s two ways you can go about doing this, you can either attempt to increase the value of something you’re selling or if the store is large enough and the shopkeep isn’t paying very close attention. Don’t miss this highest damage 5e build.
You can actually use it to reduce the value of one of his items, i think that’d be quite interesting. Alternatively if you live in a religious state and you are required to pay a certain percentage of your wealth is homage to whatever deity it is you worship and you’d rather not do that then this would be an interesting way to get out of it.
I think one of the most interesting ways to use this as underhanded as it may seem would be to use it on your own party members. If you suffer from a party where everyone’s constantly kind of getting a little bit crazy over magical items and there’s one in particualr that you’d like. You can also check out this is there a shrinking spell in dnd?
There’s nothing to really stopping you from texting your DM and being like listen i cast to store value to cut the items value in half and then your DM describes it as being worn down, scratched up and dented and then of course you go in swoop eventaully turns out it was all just an illusion. I think that’d be pretty interesting, i mean run it past your DM see what he thinks but i would allow one of my games for sure.
All right that being said guys! If you have any cool alternative uses for distort value 5e, any stories about it or any ways you’d like to see it used please comment down below and i really appreciate it guys, i love reading them, everyone else does as well. As always have a great day and happy casting. warlock 5e | hex 5e | silvery barbs 5e | what does false life do? | 5e spell effects | how does illusory script work?