Gate from Beyond
You rend the veil to create a short-range portal from your location to any place you can see, visualize, or describe by stating distance and direction such as 200 feet straight downward or 400 feet upward at a 30-degree angle to the southeast.
Even a chaotic mess can be made useful using prisimancy.
You create a
Area: Line 30 feet long and 5 feet wide
You pour prismatic energy into a gemstone refracting the energy until it fires off as a chromatic beam in a direction you choose. Choose red (fire), orange (acid), yellow (lightning), green (poison), blue (cold), or indigo (thunder) for the color of beam you create. Each creature in the area takes 4d8 damage of the chosen type.
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).
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.
You wrench open a hole in reality and summon a creature from the cracks between the planes.
You imbue the target with a preternatural understanding of stone. The target gains tremorsense out to a distance of 60 feet.
Dozens of skeletal hands reach from a wall or other vertical surface to grasp a creature within 5 feet of the surface. Make a melee spell attack.
You impart sentience to a door, window, gate, lid, or other object that can be opened, closed, and locked. You grant it an Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma of 10. The door retains its hit points, AC, and other characteristics, and is considered an object. If the door is reduced to 0 hit points, it is killed and the spell ends.