Greater Zone of Euphemisms (5e Spell)
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At your word, reality is purged of all rudeness and negativity.
You create a 30-foot-radius magical zone within range. Creatures within the zone that attempt to say something rude, vulgar, and/or hostile are compelled to say something positive instead. For example, a disgruntled bartender that complains about the recent "infestation of knuckle-draggers" may instead say "I'm pleased that the increase in orc immigrants has increased racial diversity in our community". Abyssal and Infernal cannot be spoken or heard.
This effect extends to writing as well—any text that includes rude, vulgar, and/or hostile language becomes wholesome in tone while within the zone. Creatures who attempt to make rude gestures end up waving, giving a "thumbs up", or making some other friendly gesture. Paintings and drawings which would be considered vulgar change to become wholesome while within the zone.
Creatures that attempt to attack other creatures while within the zone must succeed on a Charisma saving throw. On a failure, their attack is altered to become friendly. For example, a monk's punch may turn into a pat on the shoulder, and a wizard's cone of cold spell may instead launch fluffy snowballs. This includes any spells or abilities whose use would be considered hostile, even if they do not directly damage other creatures.
If vicious mockery, is cast by or on a creature in the zone, the spell fails. If power word stun or power word kill are cast by or on a creature in the zone, the caster must make a Charisma saving throw. On a failure, the spell fails.
At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a 7th-level or 8th level spell slot, the duration increases to 24 hours or 1 month, respectively. When you cast this spell using a 9th level spell slot, the spell lasts until it is dispelled.