Curse of Comus (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 minute|
|Components:||V, S, M (A bottle of fine wine worth at least 10 gp)|
You speak an incantation over a cup of wine and imbue the liquid with transmogrifying powers. The next time a humanoid willingly drinks this wine it must make a Wisdom saving throw, with disadvantage on the save if it's drunk or otherwise not in full possession of its faculties. Once a creature has made a save in this way, whether it fails or succeeds, the wine loses its magical properties and becomes a mundane beverage. If it fails the save, the creature's head is transformed into the head of a beast of the DM's choice for the next hour, in proportion to the rest of its body. For the duration of the transformation the creature is poisoned and it has the senses of its new head in place of its ordinary senses. As long as it has a mouth, it can still speak its languages. It is aware that a spell has been cast on it, but it believes that it's become supernaturally beautiful rather than monstrous. It feels compelled to dance, sing and otherwise celebrate this beneficial transformation. Whenever the creature willingly drinks alcohol, it extends the duration of the transformation for an additional hour. A lesser restoration spell or similar magic can end the effect early. If the creature continues to drink in such quantities as to extend the duration to a year or longer, the transformation becomes permanent. Once this has happened, nothing short of a wish spell can dispel it.
At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 2nd level or higher, you may enchant an additional cup of wine. The number of cups you can enchant is, of course, limited by the amount of wine you have available.