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Moon’s Song

6th-level illusion

Casting Time: 1 action

Range: 120 feet

Components: V, S, M (A bottle of water collected at morning or night, depending on the spell, which the spell consumes.)

Duration: 1 hour

You whistle a charming tune that appears to change the time of day to its exact opposite. If it is day it changes to night, if it is night, you change it to day. Each creature within the range of the spell must succeed on a Wisdom saving throw against your spell save DC or believe the change has occurred. The illusion is so real to them, their body reacts to the changes. Any damage that would be taken from these changes is psychic damage. The affected creatures can attempt a Wisdom saving throw at the start of their turns to dispel the illusions effects on them. For example, creatures that cannot see in dim light would be blind in a moonless night illusion. Creatures that take damage from sunlight would take damage from the day illusion. Even lycanthropy based on the moon could be activated in this way. The day is high noon, bright sun and the night is midnight, with the moon phases at your discretion.

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