Erasure (5e Spell)
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You attempt to wipe one creature from the timestream. The target of must make an intelligence saving throw, constructs make this save with disadvantage, or take 8d6 force damage. If a creature is left below 20 hitpoints after taking damage from this spell they are removed from reality. A creature that is erased is killed immediately and it’s soul made not to exist. A creature killed this way cannot be revived by any means short of a wish spell cast to recreate the creatures soul and then a true resurrection spell cast to recreate their body. You can also use this spell to erase an area of non-magical objects. Choose an object(s) that fit within a 10 ft cube, all objects are erased like a creature affected by this spell would be. If you choose an object(s) that are larger than 10 ft on any side, choose a 10 ft cube. All matter within that cube is erased.
At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 5th or higher, the damage increases by 1d6 for every level above 4th and the area of object erasure increase by 10ft for every level above 4th.