Vengeful Panopy of the Ley Line Ignited

Vengeful Panopy of the Ley Line Ignited

6th-level evocation (ley line)

Casting Time: 1 action
Range: self
Components: V, S
Duration: Concentration, up to 10 minutes

While bound to a ley line, you draw directly from its power, becoming cloaked in a magical heliotropic fire that sheds dim light in a 10-foot radius. Additionally, each round, including the round it is cast, you may make a ranged spell attack as an action. On a hit, the target takes 6d6 force damage. Every 3 minutes the effect is active, your bond with the ley line is reduced by one step; a bond to a Titanic ley line becomes effectively a Strong, then a Weak, and after 10 minutes, the bond is broken. The strength of the bond is only restored after a long rest; if the bond was broken, it can only be restored at the next weakest level for a week. A bond broken from a Weak ley line cannot be restored for two weeks. Some believe this spell damages ley lines, pointing to the lack of ley lines in the Wasted West as proof. Bemmea forbids this spell; its use is punishable by death of one’s lineage, defined as the spellcaster along with any spellcaster ever apprenticed to the punished spellcaster or to an apprentice of the punished spellcaster.

Additionally, whenever a creature within 5 feet hits you with a melee attack, the cloak erupts with a heliotropic flare. The attacker takes 3d6 force damage.

At Higher Levels. When casting this spell using a spell slot of 6th level, the damage from all effects of the spell increase by 1d6 for each slot level above 6th.

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