Contingency 5e

Choose a 5th or lower ring spell you can cast. The spell must have a cast time of 1 action and must be able to target you.

Contingency

  • Level: 6
  • Casting time: 10 Minutes
  • Range: Self
  • Components: V, S, M
  • Duration: 10 days

You cast the spell in the form of a “spontaneous spell”, that is, as part of the triggered spell you cast, and consume both the spell’s and the spell’s spell slots.

The causal spell does not take effect immediately, but only triggers its effects when certain conditions occur. When you cast these two spells, you must describe the details of the trigger condition.

For example, the application of triggering and water breathing to ensure that underwater breathing can automatically trigger its effects when you are flooded with water or other liquids.

As the effects of the spell take effect immediately upon the first occurrence of the corresponding situation, whether or not you want to do so, trigger the termination of the spell after this.

The causal spell can only work for you, even if it can usually specify other targets, it can no longer be specified. You can only use one trigger at a time.

If you cast the spell again when the spell has been cast, the effect of the previous trigger immediately ends. In addition, when the material component of the trigger spell is not on your character, its spell effect will also be terminated immediately.

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