You begin carefully regulating your breath so that you can continue playing longer or keep breathing longer in adverse conditions.
You summon a creature from the Elemental Planes. This creature uses the statistics of a conjured elemental creature (detailed below) with certain traits determined by your choice of its type: air, earth, fire, or water.
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.
Conjure Minor Elementals
You summon up to 3 creatures from the Elemental Planes. These creatures use the statistics of a minor elemental (detailed below) with certain traits determined by your choice of its type: air, earth, fire, or water. If you summon only 2 creatures with this spell, increase its effective slot level by 1 when determining the minor elemental’s statistics, and if you summon a single creature with this spell its effective slot level is increased by 2 instead.
Water inside the area is yours to command. On the round you cast it, and as an action on subsequent turns until the spell ends, you can choose one of the following effects. When you choose a different effect, the current one ends.
Create or Destroy Water
Choose one of the following.
Create Water: You fill the target with up to 10 gallons of nonpotable water. Alternatively, the water falls as rain that extinguishes exposed flames in the area.
Destroy Water: You destroy up to 10 gallons of water in the target. Alternatively, you destroy fog in the area.
Freedom of Movement
The target ignores
A freezing globe streaks to a point within range and explodes, dealing 10d6 cold damage to creatures in the area. Liquid in the area is frozen to a depth of 6 inches for 1 minute.
Until the spell ends, the targets are able to breathe underwater (and still able to respirate normally).
Until the spell ends, the targets are able to move across any liquid surface (such as water, acid, mud, snow, quicksand, or lava) as if it were solid ground. Creatures can still take damage from surfaces that would deliver damage from corrosion or extreme temperatures, but they do not sink while moving across it.
A target submerged in a liquid is moved to the surface of the liquid at a rate of 60 feet per round.