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 statue and transform it into a
You touch a nonmagical shield, giving it a silver mirror coating.
You touch the target and mark it with a glyph that acts as a scrying sensor. The glyph is visible and resembles a one-inch-tall drawing of an ear. The sensor can be covered or concealed without changing the function of the spell. A creature can wipe it away as an action, ending the spell. You can only have one such sensor active at once.
If any creature used teleportation or plane shift magic, such as
While casting this spell, you touch a wound on a creature or corpse.
This spell creates a pact which is enforced by celestial or fiendish forces. You and another willing creature commit to a mutual agreement, clearly declaring your parts of the agreement during the casting.
You instantly know the answer to any mathematical equation that you speak aloud. The equation must be a problem that a creature with Intelligence 20 could solve using nonmagical tools with 1 hour of calculation. Additionally, you gain an expertise die on Engineering checks made during the duration of the spell.
Note: Using the calculate cantrip allows a player to make use of a calculator at the table in order to rapidly answer mathematical equations.
You surround yourself with a dampening magical field and collect the energy of a foe’s attack to use against them. When you take damage from a weapon attack, you can end the spell to halve the attack’s damage against you, gaining a retribution charge that lasts until the end of your next turn. By expending the retribution charge when you hit with a melee attack, you deal an additional 2d10 force damage.
A black, nonreflective, incorporeal 10-foot cube appears in an unoccupied space that you can see. Its space can be in midair if you so desire.