Spaghetti (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 action|
|Range:||Self (must be within shouting distance of the components)|
|Components:||V, M (flour & water mixed just before casting - consumed)|
Mix some flour with some water and shout "Spaghetti!" at it, roll a d6.
On a 1, the mixed flour and water turns into 1d4 bowls of steaming spaghetti with the desired sauce of the target.
On a 2, 1d6 flying bowls of hot spaghetti fly out from around the caster. On impact, the target must pass a Dexterity save or take 1d6 magic bludgeoning damage.
On a 3, a bowl of spaghetti appears floating above the mixed flour and water, if interacted with (and it looks so tempting!) it explodes, dealing 1d6 force damage in a 6ft radius around it and covering everything in a 12ft radius with steaming spaghetti and tomato sauce.
On a 4, 1d4 bowls of steaming spaghetti appear with a strange glowing sauce. If consumed, each bowl restores 1d4 hit points, if left to go cold, they no longer heal any hit points.
On a 5, you summon a very large bowl of spaghetti and instantly roll another d6 (not modified at higher levels).
On a 6, you summon a humongous bowl of spaghetti, roll 2d6 (not modified at higher levels) instantly and the moon vaguely looks like the underside of a pot for the next 3 min.
At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 3rd level or higher, d4 effects gain +1d4 and d6 effects gain +1d6. The number of d6's rolled to determine effects does not ever change.