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Tape Skip

9th-level transmutation

Casting Time: 1 action

Range: Self (150-foot diameter sphere)

Components: V, S, M (1 yard of pure black ribbon, which the spell consumes)

Duration: Instantaneous

At the beginning of a round, you can choose to cast this spell, putting everything in range within a state of temporal flux. You then fast forward time in that area by 6 seconds. Creatures can move to point of their choosing, within their normal range and within normal reason, without triggering opportunity attacks. Every creature within range automatically succeeds on their attacks and fails their saving throws for the round. Time outside of the area appears halted to those within the spells effect. Creatures that leave the spell area become halted until the spell ends. There are no saving throws against this spell.

Altering time in this way is almost always deadly to the caster. After the spell has finished, the caster is reduced to 0 hit points. The caster then has disadvantage on all saving throws, including death saving throws, until they finish a long rest. In addition, casting this spell doubles the rate at which the caster ages. This effect is cumulative, meaning that if a caster uses this spell 4 times, they would age at 16 times their normal rate.

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