You create a map with yourself at the center, or update a map previously created with this spell. When creating a map, you choose its scale, from 100 by 100 feet to 100 by 100 miles. As part of the spell, you can make notes or other annotations on the map. The map only includes locations that you’ve seen and traveled through. The map doesn’t show areas at a significantly different elevation from your current location. If you cast the spell while you are lost, the spell fails.
At the Narrator’s discretion, some magical areas can’t be mapped with this spell.
When casting this spell, touch a map. If you cast the spell in territory not depicted on the map, the spell fails. If you are in territory depicted on the map, your position is marked by a small glowing spot on the map. The spot continues to move with your position on it, updating once per minute. If you enter territory not marked on the map, the spell ends.
While casting this spell, you touch a wound on a creature or corpse.
You contact your deity, a divine proxy, or a personified source of divine power and ask up to 3 questions that could be answered with a yes or a no. You must complete your questions before the spell ends. You receive a correct answer for each question, unless the being does not know. When the being does not know, you receive “unclear” as an answer. The being does not try to deceive, and the Narrator may offer a short phrase as an answer if necessary.
Commune with Nature
Until the spell ends, your spirit bonds with that of nature and you learn about the surrounding land. When cast outdoors the spell reaches 3 miles around you, and in natural underground settings it reaches only 300 feet. The spell fails if you are in a heavily constructed area, such as a dungeon or town.
You learn up to 3 facts of your choice about the surrounding Region:
You gain a +10 bonus on Insight checks made to understand the meaning of any spoken language that you hear, or any written language that you can touch. Typically interpreting an unknown language is a DC 20 check, but the Narrator may use DC 15 for a language closely related to one you know, DC 25 for a language that is particularly unfamiliar or ancient, or DC 30 for a lost or dead language. This spell doesn’t uncover secret messages or decode cyphers, and it does not assist in uncovering lies.
Contact Other Plane
You consult an otherworldly entity, risking your very mind in the process.
Your offering and magic put you in contact with the higher power you serve or its representatives.
You ask a single question about something that will (or could) happen in the next 7 days. The Narrator offers a truthful reply, which may be cryptic or even nonverbal as appropriate to the being in question.
The reply does not account for possible circumstances that could change the outcome, such as making additional precautions.
The target may gain an expertise die to one ability check of its choice, ending the spell. The expertise die can be rolled before or after the ability check is made.
You learn the target item’s magical properties along with how to use them. This spell also reveals whether or not a targeted item requires attunement and how many charges it has. You learn what spells are affecting the targeted item (if any) along with what spells were used to create it.
Alternatively, you learn any spells that are currently affecting a targeted creature.