Asynchronous Invisibility

3rd-level illusion

Casting Time: 1 action

Range: Self

Components: V, S

Duration: Concentration, up to 1 minute

Classes: sorcerer, warlock, wizard

This unusual spell is similar to invisibility in many respects, but it goes a step further, partially unmooring the caster from the time stream. Their image jumps forward and lags back unexpectedly, meaning that even if an attacker can see invisible creatures that they have Disadvantage on their rolls to hit the caster. Asynchronous Invisibility is broken when the target attacks but lasts until the end of their turn (if the target attacks with a reaction, then they will become visible on the start of their next turn).

This spell is disorienting, and as the target comes back in sync with the rest of the universe, they often find it hard to adjust. They have disadvantage on attack rolls and saving throws for 1 round after they become visible once more.

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