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 imagine a creature you can see within range in a deconstructed and simplified form.
You touch a statue and transform it into a
You briefly transform your weapon or fist into another material and strike with it, making a melee weapon attack against a target within your reach.
You transform the bodies of creatures into beasts without altering their minds. Each target transforms into a Large or smaller beast with a Challenge Rating of 4 or lower. Each target may have the same or a different form than other targets.
On subsequent turns, you can use your action to transform targets into new forms, gaining new hit points when they do so.
Objects come to life at your command just like you dreamt of when you were an apprentice!
Choose up to 6 unattended nonmagical Small or Tiny objects. You may also choose larger objects; treat Medium objects as 2 objects, Large objects as 3 objects, and Huge objects as 6 objects. You can’t animate objects larger than Huge.
Until the spell ends or a target is reduced to 0 hit points, you animate the targets and turn them into constructs under your control.
Your muscles swell with arcane power. They’re too clumsy to effectively wield weapons but certainly strong enough for a powerful punch.
Aspect of the Moon
You throw your head back and howl like a beast, embracing your most basic impulses. Until the spell ends your hair grows, your features become more feral, and sharp claws grow on your fingers. You gain a +1 bonus to AC, your Speed increases by 10 feet, you have advantage on Perception checks, and your unarmed strikes deal 1d8 slashing damage.
The target’s skin takes on the texture and appearance of bark, increasing its AC to 16 (unless its AC is already higher).
The target object’s weight is greatly increased.