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Flood Tide

6th-level conjuration

Classes: druid, warlockc1 action

Range:100 feet

Components:V, S

Duration:Instantaneous

You create a surging rush of water in a 20-foot-radius spread that deals 10d6 points of bludgeoning damage to all creatures and unattended objects in the area. A successful Dexterity saving throw halves this damage. Exposed natural fires in the area are extinguished. Magical fire effects in the area are affected as if you had cast a dispel magic in a 6th level sell slot.

In addition, you may designate a direction for the flood tide, causing all creatures in the area to be pushed 30 feet in that direction if they fail a Strength saving throw.

If you cast this spell while in or on a large source of water, such as a lake, river, or ocean), you may choose to change the spell’s area to a 30-foot cone-shaped burst or a 10-foot-wide line, 60 feet long. This flood tide may flow towards you or away from you, pushing or dragging creatures in the area as appropriate.

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