Tablehopper (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 action|
|Components:||S, M(a chunk of fine wood. Costing at least 25 gold.)|
|Duration:||duration: Concentration, up to 10 minutes|
A line of tables, chairs, couches, pillars, and other furniture that may be used as half cover appear in a 15 feet long and 5 feet wide line originating from you in a direction you choose either horizontally or vertically to yourself. Each creature caught in the line of this will harmlessly move atop of the furniture or to an unoccupied space within 5 feet of their choice. Each 5 foot cube contains a single piece of furniture which individually have an AC of 12, and 10 hit points. Creatures are able to move through these furnishings area treating them as rough terrain. If any piece of furniture’s hit points are reduced to zero the space becomes unoccupied as only shards of wood remain.
After 10 minutes or after the caster breaks concentration the furnishings shatter, alternatively should the caster choose to cast the spell for a full minute the furniture becomes permanent and the material components are consumed. The furnishings created being a combined value equal to the materials used.
At Higher Levels. Each spell level above first used to cast this spell increases the effectiveness and durability of the cover made. From ¾ cover and 20 hit points at 2nd level to full cover and 30 hit points at third level.