Local Inventory (5e Spell)
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|3rd-level Divination (ritual)|
|Casting time:||1 action|
|Components:||V, S, M (A square piece of paper or parchment, with a grid of blue and red lines on one side, folded into a little triangle)|
You target a non-magical container of which you have line of sight with at least one of its contents within range. It can be a bottle, bag, cask, pitcher, barrel, basket, bucket, pot, pouch, chest, or sack made of any material as long as it can fit within a 10-foot cube. Really anything that isn't alive or magical but contains things that are not part of itself can be considered a container.
You instantly become aware of every item and its quantity that the container holds.
If there is any item you have never encountered before, you are aware of its approximate shape and size, but not its name or purpose.
You become aware of which is the most valuable item and its approximate market value.
If any item is magical, detect the presence of magic but can't distinguish which items are magical or which are their magical properties the items may have by this spell.
If there are containers within the container you are targeting you become aware of the contents and it's quantities unless the inner container is sealed, locked or magically protected (any kind of magical protection).
You do not become aware of the exact position of the item inside the container.
Any knowledge you gain by this spell stays fresh and clear for a number of minutes equal to your intelligence score times two.
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