All magic casters are invited to the magical world. You are most welcome to the CantripSeries, can you introduce them? Magic stoneIt is usable by the Druid, Warlock It’s in the incredible Elemental Evil Player’s Companion. All official spellings are listed in one place. check themIt is available here. Let’s take a look at some of the mechanics here first.
- Level: Cantrip
- Casting time1 Bonus Action
- Components:V, S
- Time: 1 Minute
- School: Transmutation
The casting time is amazingly short. There is one bonus action. It lasts for one minute. They can be thrown and used as weapons. They can be used as both verbal and somatic weapons. Transmutation is the name of this school. Now let’s take a look at the full description.
Magic Stone 5E Spell allows one to three stones to be touched and magically infuse with magic. This can be done either by yourself or with another person. A spell can be used to launch a ranged attackYou can either throw one or sling it. Its range is 60 feet if it is thrown.
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Imagine someone attacking you with a pebble. This attacker will then add your spellcasting capability modifier. No matter how successful the spell was, it will end on the stone. But if you ever cast this d&d 5e magic stone spell again, then the spell ends early on any pebbles still affected by it.
It is very impressive. It’s a bonus act, which makes it incredible. It can be shared with a friend. It’s just a solid spell, very solvable.
Magic Stone’s Attributes
|Casting time||1 Bonus Action|
|Classes||Druids and Warlock|
Now let’s take a quick look at some alternative uses
I’ve never played as a druid with this spell but my next druid i will definitely have to take it. It is easy to share with others in your party because you can use it together. So if you’re in a situation for example where your weapons have been confiscated like a gladitorial arena type deal. This can be used for competitive advantage. It can also be used to inflict magical damage. So, if an enemy’s resistant to anything like physical and only susceptible magic damage this can be given to an ally to give them at least some way to fight.
The next alternative use would can be heavily rely on your game’s discretion. The law says that it can be used for war, by being thrown at the object with an arrow. I however would make the argument that you can actually use it on arrows as well so long as they’re stone hip. It’s still a stone, still a pebble technically speaking and i don’t see why it would not work but if your DM says No don’t argue with it you can rule while you’re kind of either way i suppose, but thematically and if you factor in like in theory you should work is what I’m trying to get at.