Permanence of Being (5e Spell)
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|8th-level transmutation (ritual)|
|Casting time:||8 hours|
|Components:||V, S, M (A vial of Holy Water and a holy symbol of a Life Domain deity worth at least 5000 gp, which are consumed)|
You reach out and lay your hands on a willing creature that can understand you. You invoke the gods of life and ask for their blessing on a mortal. After casting the spell, roll a DC 15 Intelligence saving throw .On a success, the spell is a success, the target will cease to age indefinitely and you can choose if the target decreases 1d20 years at most in age. Otherwise, the spell fails and the target ages 1d10 years.
A single creature may only be affected by this spell 3 times (failed ones included) without further secondary effects. A creature that has already been affected by it 3 times and fails the throw will instead suffer the effects from impermanence of being, aging a number of times faster equal to your spellcasting modifier (minimum 2).
At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell at 9th level, you gain advantage on the Saving Throw against aging. Additionally, you can choose to cancel the effects of impermanence of being on the target; roll a 1d4. On a result of 4, the effects of impermanence of being are undone, but the current age remains the same.