Miniature Fabricate (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 Minute|
Choose raw materials you can see within range. You attempt to fabricate a tiny object given a sufficient quantity of the raw material. Using tinkerer's tools, roll as if you were going to use the tinkerer's tools for a check. You may use your spellcasting modifier instead of dexterity. Add any additional modifiers or advantages as if you were using those tinkerer's tools normally (this includes the bonus granted by armor of tools, and by tool expertise)(or advantage if you have a set of masterwork tools). If you roll a natural 1, the spell fails. If you roll higher than that, you can combine two materials to form an alloy (such as bronze from copper and tin). If the total of your roll passes a check of 10, you can create a simple part (such as a nut, bolt, or gear). If you pass a check of 15, you can create a small system, containing multiple small parts (an example of this would be a scissor jack, or something similar). If you pass a check of 20, you can create a number of small systems that would fit inside a 1 foot x 1 foot x 1 foot area (using this, you could also make a large amounts of gears or similar objects that would fit inside this area).
At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 2nd level or higher, increase the area by 6 inches on each side for each level above 1.