Leafify (5e Spell)

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4th-level Transmutation
Casting time: 1 action
Range: Touch
Components: V, S, M (a golden bell worth 10 gp which is consumed by the spell)
Duration: Until dispelled or until destroyed

You touch a Large or smaller object that weighs up to 500 pounds, transforming it into a Tiny green leaf that weighs 14 pounds. As part of the action used to cast this spell, you can move the object to a pocket or other easily-accessible container on your person. The leaf is a magical item, and can be detected with effects such as detect magic.

This spell cannot affect an object that is inherently part of a Huge or larger structure unless the object is first separated from that structure.

Any creature holding the Tiny leaf can use its action to deliberately toss the leaf onto the ground in an unoccupied space adjacent to the creature, causing the leaf to revert to its previous form and end the spell. The leaf will not transform if the unoccupied space is not large enough to hold it, or the ground is not strong enough to sustain its weight.

If the leaf is damaged or destroyed (burned, ripped, crumbled, sliced, etc) then the leaf will fall and upon hitting the ground it will turn back into the original object. The object maintains any damage it took. (if the leaf is ripped in half then so will the object. If the leaf is burned and turned to ash then it does not change back and that object is permanently destroyed) Objects that are destroyed can be put back together if they are not reduced to ash. Objects that are destroyed and put back together lose any magical properties they once had unless they are restored by using magic. The wish spell can bring back objects that are turned to ash

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