Talk:Immortality (5e Spell)

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If you cast this spell as a readied action it could arguably have some use. Does a breath weapon last longer than a second? - Guy 13:49, 14 February 2022 (MST)

Hmm didn't occur to me. I'll see if the one who put AF on it has any additional changes.--Yanied (talk) 14:31, 14 February 2022 (MST)
The original spell was an unsalvageable win button cantrip. I decided to put a silly spin on it by cleaning it up and giving it explicitly clear effects (originally said "you become immortal" or some other vague unusuable text), and then giving it a comically small duration that makes it nigh unusable. I bet someone will find a way to put that one second of no-selling everything to good use, though. Endermage77 (talk) 14:55, 14 February 2022 (MST)

I just have some questions: 1) Can this be counterspelled? 2) Can this be counterspelled while it has already been successfully casted? 3) What happens if a person who has this spell successfully placed on them, walks into an antimagic field or in an area where the magical weave is torn/wonky? Janderion (talk) 08:17, 7 April 2022 (MDT)

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