Stone Tent (5e Spell)
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|1st-level Transmutation (ritual)|
|Casting time:||1 action|
|Range:||Self (5 foot cube)|
You shape the ground beneath your feet to erect a dome, cube, pyramid, or other basic shape of hard rock to protect yourself. This rocky shelter counts as a structure with an AC of 15 and has 10 hit points, and covers a cubic volume, 5 feet on a side, centered on you.
You may use an action to dismiss the spell. When the spell ends or is dismissed, the rock forming the tent slides seamlessly and harmlessly around you into the ground from whence it came.
This shelter provides protection from the elements, shielding you from the effects of extreme heat and extreme cold. In addition, it grants you and any other creatures inside it total cover from attacks originating outside of it. If an attack or spell would target you, it targets the stone tent instead.
At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 2nd level or higher, the cube volume protected by the tent increases to 10 feet on a side at 2nd level, 15 feet at 4th level, 20 feet at 6th level, 25 feet at 8th level, and 30 feet at 9th level. It also has 10 additional maximum hit points and 2 additional AC for every level above 1st.
Elemental Discipline. A monk following the Way of the Four Elements subclass may spend 1 ki point to cast this spell, provided that they know the Eternal Mountain Defense discipline.
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