Atum's Guidance (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 action|
|Range:||Self (30-foot sphere)|
|Components:||S, M (a wooden doll or puppet)|
You gaze into your opponents soul and ask it a question, reading its very essence for truth. As an action while this spell is active, you may cast this spell on a visible target within 30 feet. The target creature makes a wisdom saving throw against your spell save DC. If the target succeeds, the spell fails and they become immune to the effects of this spell for 24 hours. If the target fails, you may think to yourself a yes or no question such as "Are you cheating?" or "Do you plan to hit me with your right hand?". You may do this on each of your actions for the spell's duration.
Once you have thought of your question, you will hear an answer from your target's soul. The answer will be the absolute truth, however it will be limited to the target's own information. If the target does not know any information related to your question, then the soul will remain silent and you will hear nothing. The target is unaware of the spell and does not know what knowledge you pry from them unless you reveal it to them. This spell and its effects do not work against creatures without souls such as constructs or undead.