Moon Rune (5e Spell)

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Moon Rune
2nd-level Illusion
Casting time: 1 action
Range: Touch
Components: V,S,M (metallic ink)
Duration: Permanent

You write up to seven nonmagical runes on any surface. This mark remains invisible until conditions you specify during the casting of this spell. The condition can be anything: a specific time of day or year, when moonlight (or light from a certain phase of the moon) illuminates the runes, or when the surface is touched by a member race, sex, or class, and so on. The rune is permanent; when the condition goes away, so do the runes, but they reappear the next time the condition is met. The runes can also be read by someone casting see invisible or true seeing.

At Higher Levels. At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell with a spell slot of 3rd level or higher, you can increase the number of runes you can write by seven for each spell slot above 2nd.

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