Even a chaotic mess can be made useful using prisimancy.
You create a
A permanent, immovable zone of antimagic fills the area, suppressing all magical effects within it. At the Narrator’s discretion, sufficiently powerful artifacts and deities may be able to ignore the zone’s effects. The zone is dispelled only if more than 10 percent of its area overlaps with that of another antimagic zone spell (which is also dispelled).
Creatures in the area when the spell is cast no longer age or require sustenance or
You set an alarm against unwanted intrusion that alerts you whenever a creature of size Tiny or larger touches or enters the warded area. When you cast the spell, choose any number of creatures. These creatures don’t set off the alarm.
Water inside the area is yours to command. On the round you cast it, and as an action on subsequent turns until the spell ends, you can choose one of the following effects. When you choose a different effect, the current one ends.
Each object in a 20-foot cube within range is outlined in light (your choice of color).
An opaque cube of banded force surrounds the area, preventing any matter or spells from passing through it, though creatures can breathe inside it.
Range: Special (300 feet)
You weave a veil over the natural terrain within the area, making it look, sound, or smell like another sort of terrain. A small lake could be made to look like a grassy glade. A path or trail could be made to look like an impassable swamp. A cliff face could even appear as a gentle slope or seem to extend further than it does. This spell does not affect any manufactured structures, equipment, or creatures.
You conjure a swirling pattern of twisting hues that roils through the air, appearing for a moment and then vanishing.