Revali's Gale (5e Blessing)

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I do suppose you've proven your value as a warrior. A warrior worthy of my unique ability. The sacred skill that I have dubbed Revali's Gale!
—Revali, Champion of the Rito


Revali's Gale[edit]

A blusterous power born from the spirit of the Rito Champion Revali. Create an upward draft that carries you into the sky.

After you are granted with this blessing, you can use a bonus action to create an updraft of wind from the ground, allowing you to soar through the air. The updraft is 50 feet tall and has a 10-foot circular radius starting from your previous location. Upon creating an updraft, the winds immediately throw you 75 feet into the air. If you hit a large object or structure while traveling through the updraft, such as the ceiling of a room, you take 1d8 bludgeoning damage and begin to fall from your current altitude. Any light objects or projectiles that pass through the updraft are deflected upward and automatically miss. The updraft also puts out any fires and disperses any clouds of gas (as if you cast the wind wall spell). The updraft remains for one minute before fading away. You can use this blessing three times, afterward you cannot use it again until you finish a long rest.



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