Talk:Obliterate Soul (5e Spell)
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|You target one creature within range. You hold the skull toward the creature and say, "Obliterate", as the skull turns to dust and dissipates. The target makes a Constitution saving throw. On a failed save the target takes 12d12 necrotic damage. On a successful save, the target takes half as much damage, and this spell ends at the end of your next turn.
For the duration, the target does not make death saving throws. If it reaches 0 hit points, it instantly dies, and it is utterly removed from existence. If the creature dies from this spell or while affected by this spell, the creatures soul is destroyed, meaning it doesn't go to an afterlife and cannot be resurrected by any means, even 9th-level spells such as true resurrection and wish.
I was initially editing this spell to tweak its balance, but realized I might be too aggressive with my own ideas of balance lately. Instead I'll just leave this version on the talk page if anyone cares for it. - Guy (talk) 05:46, 2 December 2017 (MST)