Until the spell ends, you create an
With the aid of a divining tool, you receive an omen from beyond the Material Plane about the results of a specific course of action that you intend to take within the next 30 minutes. The Narrator chooses from the following:
You instantly know the answer to any mathematical equation that you speak aloud. The equation must be a problem that a creature with Intelligence 20 could solve using nonmagical tools with 1 hour of calculation. Additionally, you gain an expertise die on Engineering checks made during the duration of the spell.
Note: Using the calculate cantrip allows a player to make use of a calculator at the table in order to rapidly answer mathematical equations.
An invisible sensor is created within the spell’s range. The sensor remains there for the duration, and it cannot be targeted or attacked.
Choose seeing or hearing when you cast the spell. You may use that sense through the sensor as if you were there. As an action, you may switch which sense you are using through the sensor.
You contact your deity, a divine proxy, or a personified source of divine power and ask up to 3 questions that could be answered with a yes or a no. You must complete your questions before the spell ends. You receive a correct answer for each question, unless the being does not know. When the being does not know, you receive “unclear” as an answer. The being does not try to deceive, and the Narrator may offer a short phrase as an answer if necessary.
Commune with Nature
Until the spell ends, your spirit bonds with that of nature and you learn about the surrounding land. When cast outdoors the spell reaches 3 miles around you, and in natural underground settings it reaches only 300 feet. The spell fails if you are in a heavily constructed area, such as a dungeon or town.
You learn up to 3 facts of your choice about the surrounding Region:
You gain a +10 bonus on Insight checks made to understand the meaning of any spoken language that you hear, or any written language that you can touch. Typically interpreting an unknown language is a DC 20 check, but the Narrator may use DC 15 for a language closely related to one you know, DC 25 for a language that is particularly unfamiliar or ancient, or DC 30 for a lost or dead language. This spell doesn’t uncover secret messages or decode cyphers, and it does not assist in uncovering lies.
Contact Other Plane
You consult an otherworldly entity, risking your very mind in the process.
Detect Evil and Good
Range: Special (30-foot radius)
You attempt to sense the presence of otherworldly forces. You automatically know if there is a place or object within range that has been magically consecrated or desecrated. In addition, on the round you cast it and as an action on subsequent turns until the spell ends, you may make a Wisdom (Religion) check against the passive Deception score of any aberration, celestial, elemental, fey, fiend, or undead creature within range. On a success, you sense the creature’s presence, as well as where the creature is located.
Range: Special (30-foot radius)
Until the spell ends, you automatically sense the presence of magic within range, and you can use an action to study the aura of a magic effect to learn its schools of magic (if any).
The spell penetrates most barriers but is blocked by 3 feet of wood or dirt, 1 foot of stone, 1 inch of common metal, or a thin sheet of lead.