Conjure Hair (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 action|
|Components:||V, S, M (A comb or brush)|
|Duration:||1 minute, concentration|
This spell can be cast on yourself or on others.
If cast on yourself, your hair elongates to extreme lengths. As part of the casting of this spell, you may choose a creature within 15 feet to grapple with your hair. Treat this as a melee spell attack, and the escape DC for this grapple is equal to your spell save DC. You can grapple a target in this manner for 1 minute, or until you lose concentration. As long as you grapple a creature this way, you can move it 15 feet in any direction per round, including as part of your move action, as long as the creature is never more than 15 feet from you, and you may also deal 1d6 bludgeoning damage to it. When concentration ends, you may choose whether or not your hair returns to its normal length.
This spell can also be cast on a target within 30 feet. If they are unwilling, they must make a Wisdom save. When this spell is successfully cast, they grow hair even if they are a creature that does not normally grow hair, or their existing hair elongates, to any length you desire up to a maximum of 15 feet. This conjured hair lasts until shaven.
At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 3 or higher, the damage of the grapple increases by 1d6, per level past 3rd.