Concealment, Variant (5e Spell)
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A singular inanimate, nonmagical object you touch (up to 1 cubic foot) blurs into insignificance. This spell does not render the item invisible; it merely draws the viewer's gaze away from it. For the duration of this spell, any creature that would otherwise be capable of detecting this item must make a Wisdom saving throw. On a failed save, the creature fails to notice the item, and cannot make an ability check to find it.
On a success, the creature is immune to the effect of this cantrip on that item for 24 hours, and may make an appropriate ability check to find the item. If the concealed object is threatening or out of place, the creature has advantage on this saving throw.
A first-level character can only target one item with this cantrip at a time. If you cast this cantrip on a new target object while another is currently being concealed, the effects of this cantrip over one of the already chosen items must be dismissed.
At 5th level, you may affect up to two items at once, and the size limit increases to 2 cubic feet; at 11th level, you may affect up to three items, and the limit becomes 3 cubic feet; at 17th level, you may affect up to four items, and the limit becomes 5 cubic feet.
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