Talk:Channel Divine (5e Spell)

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I think the creator of this page misunderstands divination spells. Divination spells are not of themselves divine, but rather spells that reveal things about the world, such as detect magic and divination. AngelicBahamut (talk) 17:02, 6 February 2017 (MST)

Exactly what AngelicBahamut said above, Divination spell is not something divine - please consult PHB, SRD, or even Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. (The noun form of divine is divinity, not divination.)

Now I'm not a big fan of AD&D, but as far as I know, Karthus's Avatar did the similar thing and it was a freakin' 12th-level spell. Also, the spell has a striking resemblance to the cleric's Divine Intervention feature, which has no other restrictions than once per week and some chance of failure (no chance of failure at all once you hit 20th level). Besides, being a 9th-level spellcaster means I have access to wish, and if I happen to be a cleric, my Divine Intervention would do pretty much the same without even expending a spell slot. I am most sorry to say that I would not find this spell very interesting or useful. --WeirdoWhoever (talk) 17:51, 6 February 2017 (MST)

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