Mirage (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 action|
|Components:||V,S,M (seven drops of water)|
You create an elusive mirage on the horizon that beckons convincingly but never gets any closer. It occupies no more than a 45° arc, vertically or horizontally, and always appears fuzzy and indistinct. All creatures who are capable of seeing it when you cast the spell must make a Wisdom saving throw; if they fail, they see the mirage. The creatures do not need to be facing the mirage; a creature that is facing away will still see a flicker in the corner of its eye. If the mirage depicts something very desirable, anyone failing the first saving throw must make a second one or feel compelled to head towards the vision for the duration of the spell. Creatures who are immune to being charmed cannot be affected by this spell.