Scroll of Conjuring

Scroll, uncommon (least), rare (lesser), very rare (greater)

By using an action to recite the incantation inscribed on this scroll, you can conjure a creature to assist you, chosen by the GM or determined by rolling a d8 and consulting the appropriate table. Once the creature appears, the scroll crumbles to dust and is destroyed. The creature vanishes after 8 hours or when it is reduced to 0 hit points.

The creature is friendly to you and your companions, and it acts on your turn. You can use a bonus action to command how the creature moves and what action it takes on its next turn, or to give it general orders, such as to attack your enemies. In absence of such orders, the creature acts in a fashion appropriate to its nature. Alternately, you can command the creature to perform a single task, which it will do to the best of its ability. A task can be simple (“Remove the debris blocking this passage.”) or complex (“Search the castle, taking care to remain unnoticed. Take a count of the guards and their locations, then return here and draw me a map.”) but must be completable within 8 hours.

Least Scroll of Conjuring
d8 Creature
1 Dust/ice/magma mephit or lantern dragonette
2 Hippogriff or clockwork soldier
3 Imp/quasit or aviere
4 Death dog or shockwing giant moth
5 Centaur or roggenwolf
6 Ettercap or clockwork hound
7 Ogre or spider thief
8 Griffon or light dragon wyrmling
Lesser Scroll of Conjuring
d8 Creature
1 Copper dragon wyrmling or wind dragon wyrmling
2 Pegasus or wind demon
3 Gargoyle or hoarfrost drake
4 Grick or kitsune
5 Hell hound or swolbold
6 Winter wolf or clockwork huntsman
7 Minotaur or peluda drake
8 Doppelganger or pombero
Greater Scroll Of Conjuring
d8 Creature
1 Bearded devil or korrigan
2 Nightmare or flame dragon wyrmling
3 Phase spider or bloodsapper
4 Chuul or venom elemental
5 Ettin or domovoi
6 Succubus/Incubus or ratatosk
7 Salamander or moon drake
8 Xorn or karakura
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