Immortality (5e Spell)
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|7th-level Transmutation (ritual)|
|Casting time:||8 hours|
|Components:||V, S, M (a drop of dragon's blood and flawless gemstones worth at least 1000 gold pieces)|
Through countless hours of study, journey, or by some other means you have discovered this spell; the key to immortality. When you cast this spell, you must concentrate on it for the full duration, making a concentration save every 2 hours for 8 hours. On a failure, the spell automatically fails and is wasted. Upon successful casting of the spell, you gain the following benefits:
- You can no longer age naturally or magically, and are restored to the prime age of your species.
- Any poisons or diseases affecting you are removed. You are now immune to poisons and diseases.
- You gain advantage on saving throws that would lower your maximum hit points and Ability Scores.
- You are immune to effects that would kill you instantly, and you can't be disintegrated.
Once you cast this spell successfully, it is lost from your spell list forever, you cannot cast it again, and you must choose a new spell to replace it when you regain your expended spell slots.