Poe Reprise (5e Spell)
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You hurl two spheres of violet-colored poe flame. For each of the poe flames you create, you can either target one creature in range, or any open 5-foot-space on the ground or in the air that is in range. If you target a creature, it must succeed on a Dexterity saving throw or take 1d4 necrotic damage.
If you target an open 5-foot-space, the poe flame flies to that space and continues to hover there until the end of your next turn. Any creature that enters the poe flame's space must make a Dexterity saving throw or take 1d4 necrotic damage. The flame is destroyed regardless of the saving throw result.
If there is a non-destroyed poe flame in range when you cast this spell (either created by your previous casting of poe reprise or another source), you can target it as if it was a creature. If you target one of these previously-created poe flames with a new poe flame, they hit one another and both explode; any creature within 5 feet of at least one of these explosion points must succeed on a Dexterity saving throw or take 3d4 necrotic damage. (If you detonate several poe flames in your turn, they all count as one explosion. A given creature doesn't need to make multiple saves in one turn, nor take this damage twice.)
As your level increases, you can create additional poe flames with one cast of this spell. You can create three flames when you reach 5th level, four flames when you reach 11th level, and five flames when you reach 17th level.