Tydellbub's Instant Latrine (5e Spell)
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|2nd-level Conjuration (ritual)|
|Casting time:||1 action|
|Components:||V, S (impatient jumping up and down), M (a small moon-shaped charm; 5 sheets of parchment, which the spell consumes)|
Choose a point you can see on the ground within range that consists of dirt, sand, or some other loosely-packed earth. A finely-constructed wooden outhouse appears at that location. The latrine occupies a 5-foot by 10-foot space, and comes equipped with pit 5 feet wide and 10 feet deep, a mahogany seat, 4 rolls of the finest bathroom tissue that are restocked each dawn, a small basin with a flask that pours up to 2 gallons of clean water each day, an up-to-date copy of the nearest printed newspaper, and a small wall-mounted garden of exquisitely-smelling and colourful flowers that never wilt for the duration of the spell. Any items created by this spell vanish if they are removed from the space of the latrine.
The outhouse automatically dematerializes after one month, leaving behind a small pile of dirt patted flat with a flower or sapling planted in it. If the spell is recast on the outhouse at least once every week before this time is up, it becomes a permanent structure. As an action while the caster is within sight of the outhouse, they may choose to dematerialize it early, choosing whether or not the pit is filled back in with dirt.
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