Precognitive Perception (5e Spell)
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|4th-level Divination (ritual)|
|Casting time:||1 action; or Alternatively, 1 reaction when a creature makes an attack roll against you.|
|Components:||V, S, M (An Empty Scroll)|
|Duration:||Conc. Up to 10 minutes; or Instantaneous|
You begin to channel and see into the weave of time itself and attempt to discern future events. Choose one: Your GM tells you about one future enemy, a nearby locale of upcoming interest, or the name of a person of future public interest. This information appears scrawled on your scroll in a language or script, of your choice, you can understand. The spell doesn’t take into account any possible circumstances that might change the outcome, such as local changes or the loss or gain of a person of interest. Once this ritual is complete, you gain +2 Passive Perception and +1 AC for the next 3 hours - it cannot be used again, even as a reaction, until a day has passed.
If used as a reaction, this spell ignores the Concentration and Ritual tags. Your precognitive sense becomes alerted to the upcoming danger. You temporarily gain +3 AC until the end of the attacking creature's turn and cause the attacking creature to re-roll the attack at a disadvantage. Once this spell is used as a reaction, it cannot be used for the next 3 hours as anything other than a reaction.