You distort light and colors around yourself so that you are subtly more appealing, masking any untoward marks and blemishes. Until the spell ends or you use an action to dismiss it, you are glamored by an illusion that can slightly alter your appearance. These minor changes include hair style and length, eye coloration, sex, signs of age or tiredness such as crows feet and bags under the eyes, concealing or adding tattoos or other marks or blemishes, and general signs of hygiene and cleanliness.
Trace Magic Aura
Until the spell ends, you sense the lingering aura of spells that were cast within the recent past. For you to detect a spell’s aura, it must have been cast within the radius of this spell and in a location you can see. You can pinpoint the location where the spellcaster stood at the time that they cast the spell, the spell’s schools of magic, and its area of effect (if it is within this spell’s radius). If the spell is one that you know, you can identify it as such.
You touch a nonmagical shield, giving it a silver mirror coating.
Area: Wall, varies
A 60-foot radius storm cloud that is 10 feet high appears in a space 100 feet above you. If there is not a point in the air above you that the storm cloud could appear, the spell fails (such as if you are in a small cavern or indoors).
An invisible sensor is created within the spell’s range. The sensor remains there for the duration, and it cannot be targeted or attacked.
Choose seeing or hearing when you cast the spell. You may use that sense through the sensor as if you were there. As an action, you may switch which sense you are using through the sensor.
You create a sphere of poisonous, sickly green fog, which can spread around corners but not change shape.
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.
Detect Evil and Good
Range: Special (30-foot radius)
You attempt to sense the presence of otherworldly forces. You automatically know if there is a place or object within range that has been magically consecrated or desecrated. In addition, on the round you cast it and as an action on subsequent turns until the spell ends, you may make a Wisdom (Religion) check against the passive Deception score of any aberration, celestial, elemental, fey, fiend, or undead creature within range. On a success, you sense the creature’s presence, as well as where the creature is located.