Skyweave (5e Spell)

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8th-level Transmutation
Casting time: 2 actions
Range: 1 mile (30 foot cube)
Components: V, S, M (an unwilted flower)
Duration: Depends on material, up to 12 hours.

You transmute the atmosphere to compress a large volume of air into other denser materials. You may create an object consisting only of mineral materials such stone, crystal, or metal, and plant matter such as vegetables, rope, wood, or something similar. An object created must be no larger than a 30-foot cube and must be of a form and material that you have seen before.

The space to be occupied by the matter must not be obstructed from the caster by any objects or surfaces. The created matter must be centered within a volume of air with dimensions at least 5 times those of the created matter.

On your first action, all flames in this area of Medium size or smaller are extinguished, and the remaining air in this space becomes too thin to breathe for 1 round as you squeeze it towards the center and begin to form the object. If your concentration is broken or you end the spell before your second action, the object is instantly destroyed. On your second action, the object is finished and gravity takes effect.

The duration depends on the object's material. If the object is composed of multiple materials, use the shortest duration. You may choose to destroy the object earlier as a bonus action.

Material Duration
Vegetable matter 12 hours
Stone or crystal 1 hour
Precious metals 10 minutes
Gems 1 minute
Adamantine or mithral 1 round

When the object is destroyed, the material turns back into air, releasing a gust of wind. For one round, a volume with dimensions 5 times those of the created matter experiences a gust of very strong wind (50 mph) directed away from the object, and creatures of size Medium and smaller must make a Dexterity saving throw. On a failed save, a creature is knocked prone and blown 10d4 feet away.

Using any material created by this spell as another spell's material component causes that spell to fail.

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