Summon Greater Daemon (5e Spell)

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Summon Greater Daemon
9th-level Conjuration
Casting time: 24 hours
Range: Self
Components: V, S, M (a black sapphire, diamond, jacinth, and a ruby worth 5,000 gp each, and a focal gem for the demon of choice, worth at least 5,000 gp)
Duration: 7 days

You summon a greater demon to wreak havoc upon the battlefield.

Ritual cast a summoning to entice one of the greater demons to your service. Once the pact is formed, a talisman of the demon is left behind. This talisman may be broken to unleash the demon into the world for a 10 min period. This talisman can only sustain the demons essence for a period of 7 days, after which the talisman destroys itself. When used, roll 1d20. On a 1, the demon unleashes itself, and is hostile to the binder and their allies.

While carrying the talisman, the casters 9th level slot is not present. After the talisman has been destroyed, the 9th level slot returns after 7 days.

Warlocks may cast this spell only with the approval of his or her patron, and they may not cast it upon the patron. If the warlock break any of the previously mentioned, it shall be punish by it's patron. The punishment, naturally, shall be done with great ire.

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