We’re creating a massive series of spells for betrayers, inspired by Morgan le Fey, one of the most well-known backstabbers in history.
Now her schemes caused kingdoms to fall, but what if her magic could do that literally? This is a more unique spell, incredibly situational, but very fun for villains to use, if not players. Imagine relaxing in a bath when all of a sudden your house explodes, pretty surreal experience I’d say. Enjoy!
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Hello everyone! As part of our upcoming Legends of the Roundtable, we are designing some new spells, including the 2 that you see here. Mass Shield isn't a new idea I'm sure, it is an incredibly strong spell, compared to a regular shield, which is why it was bumped all the way to level 5. Herd the Flock is great to reposition your party if they over-extended themselves in battle. I'm also realizing that I didn't put it on the bard spell list, but it should totally be there. T
[Steinhardt's Guide to the Eldritch Hunt] Hello everyone! The fun concept behind this spell, I fell biking and would’ve busted my knees, I wasn’t wearing a “coque” which is a kneepad, but the translation would be more “shell”, and that’s what inspired the spell. Just kidding, the real story is that I randomly came up with it, but that sounds less fun. Anyway, this spell is meant to protect those who are on death’s door, or funnily enough, that fall asleep hard. Since you can
[Steinhardt's Guide to the Eldritch Hunt] Hello everyone! Druids are a bit lacking in their spellist, so I figured a few new additions wouldn’t hurt. Naturalize is based on a fairly popular MtG card called pacify, which does what it says on the tin. The original art for it inspired the spell, melting armor into nothingness. Enemies wearing armor isn’t all the common that is not natural armor is not very common, so this makes for a very niche spell, but against a foe in heavy
[Steinhardt's Guide to the Eldritch Hunt] Hello everyone, Long time no talk, I’ve been away for a bit, had a big project to take care of (Thank you again for the massive support on Steinhardt’s Guide!). Talking about that book, this spell is straight from it. As I love to use darker magic in my games, an iron maiden made of bones that you can trap opponents in seems to fit the bill. It’s a different take on Banishment, which traps the enemy on the field, and not in another di