Talk:Alter Object (5e Spell)

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Give feedback if you would[edit]

  • This is my first spell so your feedback would be helpful for future projects.
Okay, since you asked for it, here is my honest feedback:
  • This is only a minor quibble, but using language such as "the caster" to refer to the caster of a spell in the spell's description is frowned upon. Our standard in accordance with the PHB is that spells be written entirely in the second person, e.g. consistently addressing "you".
  • There should probably me more limits as to what the spell can affect. Among other things, the spell probably should have a clause prohibiting it from working on magical objects. Also, have you considered the ramifications of the fact that "once the item is dropped it turns to a powder of the material it was before"? You can just cast the spell on an object you want to destroy, drop it or let go of it, and boom, you've just used the spell as an instant disintegrator. There are undoubtedly many different ways this spell can be abused. Quincy (talk) 15:27, 8 November 2018 (MST)
* that's pretty helpful. I will make it more stable. I didn't think about magical items. Much appreciated VampDio (talk)

The effect of this spell is comparable to the effect of fabricate, a 4th-level spell. SirSprinkles (talk) 03:37, 11 November 2018 (MST)

man that sucks. I thought was being original. VampDio (talk)
Bummer, that does. That doesn't mean you can't change some more things to make this spell more unique and equally sought after as Fabricate :) make sure to adhere to Quincy's suggestions. --Cosmos (talk) 14:05, 27 December 2018 (MST)
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