- Level: (Conjuration Cantrip)
- Casting time: 1 Action
- Components: V, S
- Range(area): 10 feet
- Attack(save): CON save
- Damage(effect): Poison
- School: Conjuration
- Duration: Instantaneous
Poison Spray 5e
You have to extend your hand toward a creature which you can see within a range, project a puff of noxious gas from your palm. But you must confirm that the creature should succeed on a constitution saving throw otherwise it must take 1d12 poison damage.
Don’t you know about Flesh to Stone Spell
This Poison Spray 5e spell can increase its damages by 1d12 but to get this damage you have to reach the 5th level then you can get 2d12 damages, at 11th level you would get 3d12, at 17th level, you would get 4d12.
Mostly d&d spells have been spelled wrong! yes, why i am saying this means let me tell you an example. D&D Poison Spray which we are writing but it is not a spray. but the answer is , a spray should be indicate a cone-type effect, which we see frequently like a spray comes from the spray bottle. Still if you ask me that “Is it a spray?” then i would say “no. its just a “puff of noxious gas”. Here the noxious gas means which must be has mixture of a material component which involves taco Bell burritos.
Here again another spell will come i.e, Cantrip. But the cantrip itself doesn’t mean that is must be an awesome, but everyone should know how awesome the puff of gas? and who knows the magician as a gassy?
Everyone should remember that this is the gas from the bigining and this is the nature of this spray. You should pass this gas in the level-0 peasant and this gas should be killed them with the average damage of the 6- ish points then it could be killed them. Here is another aspect you have to know is they might make con save and they might not take damage. Up to 1 point of the damage may the big d12 die can roll.
This spray can affect all the creatures which are being in the distance of 5ft and also up to 10 ft area. The truth is the more monsters has the decent CON Bonuses and here the main common aspect is poison resistance.
Suppose if you want roll to hit, but you don’t need to roll to hit anything, that means it is effective against anemic