Moody Blues (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 action|
|Range:||Self (15-foot cube)|
|Duration:||"Concentration, up to 1 hour"|
A figure appears before you with timer embedded into their forehead and begins replay the past. As an action, you cast this spell and think of a time, anywhere from seconds ago to years ago. A figure then appears before you that replays those events. If you cast this spell within a contained space, such as in a small room or on a small boat, the spell will affect the entire space and only be limited to moving within that space. If it is within an open space, such as a field or a large war ship, it will only be able to replay events from up to 15 feet away from you.
The events replayed can include 1 person and any sounds the person heard. The person that the spell's figure recreates must be someone you know the appearance of. The events that are recreated by this spell can be accelerated or paused by you as a bonus action. In addition, you are able to interact with the recreated person as though it were real, being able to feel such things as blood running down their arm or heat from a small fire on their clothes.
However, while the spell is in effect, you cannot make use of the attack action or cast any other spells. The further away the event, the longer it takes until it can be replayed. Events that happened seconds to minutes ago are replayed instantly, while events that happened hours to years ago can take up to 10 minutes until they are replayed, with the exact time being decided by the DM. The time between the event in question and the present is displayed on the figure's head at all times. You may dismiss this spell as a bonus action.