Speed of the Zephyr (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 Action|
|Range:||1 creature within 30 feet|
- Your word grants additional speed or takes speed away from a target.
Until the spell ends, the target’s speed is doubled, it gains a +2 bonus to AC, it has advantage on Dexterity saving throws, and it gains an additional action on each of its turns. That action can be used only to take the Attack (one weapon attack only), Dash, Disengage, Hide, or Use an Object action.
You may also say this Utterance backwards to cause a target to cause an affected target’s speed to be halved, it takes a -2 penalty to AC and Dexterity saving throws, and it can’t use reactions. On its turn, it can use either an action or a bonus action, not both. Regardless of the creature’s abilities or magic items, it can’t make more than one melee or ranged attack during its turn. If the creature attempts to cast a spell with a casting time of 1 action, roll a d20. On an 11 or higher, the spell doesn’t take effect until the creature’s next turn, and the creature must use its action on that turn to complete the spell. If it can’t, the spell is wasted. The target may make a DEX or CHA save to negate this effect at the start of each of it's turns.
At Higher Levels. When you speak this Utterance using a slot higher than 2nd, the target gains the ability for an additional round. When you speak this Utterance using a slot higher than 4th level the target also gains the ability to run on water, quicksand, snow, up a wall or across a surface that would not normally support the target's weight. If the target does not end their movement on a stable horizontal surface then they fall, sink, or break the surface that wouldn't normally support their weight. When this Utterance is spoken in reverse using a slot higher than 4th level the target is also treated as encumbered. When you speak this Utterance using a 6th level slot, the target automatically succeeds on Dexterity saving throws. When this Utterance is spoken in reverse a 6th level slot the target is also treated as heavily encumbered instead of encumbered.