Boy II Man's Curse (5e Spell)
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You utter the words "I challenge you to RO SHAM BO!" causing the target to tremble before being overwhelmed by an urge to accept your challenge.
Target one creature within range that can see you and understand you. The spell fails if the target's intelligence is less than 7. If the target succeeds the saving throw, the spell ends and they are immune to the effect for 24 hours. If the target fails the saving throw, they are afflicted with the spell's curse.
Once a target falls under the curse, both you and the target must use your turns to play Rock Paper Scissors against one another, with the DM standing in the place of the creature if it is an NPC. If the creature wins 3 bouts of Rock Paper Scissors, it becomes immune to the spell for one year and the spell ends. If the creature loses 3 bouts of Rock Paper Scissors, it instantly dies if it has less than 200 hit points.
If you or your target are incapacitated before the spell concludes, the spell ends immediately with no further effect.
To play Rock, Paper, Scissors you may either play traditionally, challenging the DM to face you in Rock, Paper, Scissors, or you may play with a D6. Numbers on the die can be decided by the GM as to what represents Rock, Paper, and Scissors. However, at least two numbers must be set to a gesture.