DeLiszt's Dirty Little Secret (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 action|
|Components:||M (parchment, red ink)|
While speaking to a creature, you may force them to blurt out something they’d rather stay unknown. They may make a Charisma saving throw, the spell failing on a success. If the spell fails, they know you tried to cast it, but if it doesn’t, they don’t notice they revealed the information.
The information they reveal can take many forms. For example, if they have a secret identity, they may reveal what it is. They may grant the password for a certain lock, or give directions to a hidden location. The topic of the conversation may affect the contents of the secret revealed, but the content is overall left up to the DM.