The scene depicted within an artwork transforms into an extradimensional space containing any objects or creatures depicted within the painting, and such objects and creatures are manifested as impressions. The extradimensional space is a 100-foot cube, unless the depicted space would be smaller. The picture’s frame forms the entryway into this extradimensional space. No spells, attacks, or environmental effects can cross into or out of this extradimensional space, but creatures and objects can pass through it unimpeded.
You wrench open a hole in reality and summon a creature from the cracks between the planes.
Area: 30-foot square
Roots erupt out of an earth or stone surface that you can see within range, swelling as they smash stone and displace earth. When the spell ends, the roots wither away, but the damage remains.
Creatures in the area when the spell is cast no longer age or require sustenance or
If any creature used teleportation or plane shift magic, such as
Area: Wall, varies
You fire a bolt of electricity at the primary target that deals 10d8 lightning damage. Electricity arcs to up to 3 additional targets you choose that are within 30 feet of the primary target.
Circle of Death
A sphere of negative energy sucks life from the area. Creatures in the area take 9d6 necrotic damage.
You summon a creature from the Dreaming. This creature uses the statistics of a fey creature (detailed below) with certain traits determined by your choice of its type: hag, hound, or redcap.
The creature is friendly to you and your companions and takes its turn immediately after yours. It obeys your verbal commands. Without such commands, the creature only defends itself.
As part of this spell, cast a spell of 5th-level or lower that has a casting time of 1 action, expending spell slots for both. The second spell must target you, and doesn’t target others even if it normally would.