You allow your inner beauty to shine through in song and dance whether to call a bird from its tree or a badger from its sett.
You call a Tiny beast to you, whisper a message to it, and then give it directions to the message’s recipient. It is now your messenger.
Specify a location you have previously visited and a recipient who matches a general description, such as “a person wearing a pointed red hat in Barter Town” or “a half-orc in a wheelchair at the Striped Lion Inn.”
Speak a message of up to 25 words. For the duration of the spell, the messenger travels towards the location at a rate of 50 miles per day for a messenger with a flying speed, or else 25 miles without.
Aspect of the Moon
You throw your head back and howl like a beast, embracing your most basic impulses. Until the spell ends your hair grows, your features become more feral, and sharp claws grow on your fingers. You gain a +1 bonus to AC, your Speed increases by 10 feet, you have advantage on Perception checks, and your unarmed strikes deal 1d8 slashing damage.
You impart sentience in the target, granting it an Intelligence of 10 and proficiency in a language you know. A plant targeted by this spell gains the ability to move, as well as senses identical to those of a human.
The target’s skin takes on the texture and appearance of bark, increasing its AC to 16 (unless its AC is already higher).
Necrotic energies drain moisture and vitality from the target, dealing 8d8 necrotic damage. Undead and constructs are immune to this spell.
A 60-foot radius storm cloud that is 10 feet high appears in a space 100 feet above you. If there is not a point in the air above you that the storm cloud could appear, the spell fails (such as if you are in a small cavern or indoors).
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 summon forth the spirit of a beast that takes the physical form of your choosing in unoccupied spaces you can see.
Choose one of the following:
You summon a creature from the Elemental Planes. This creature uses the statistics of a conjured elemental creature (detailed below) with certain traits determined by your choice of its type: air, earth, fire, or water.
The creature is friendly to you and your companions and takes its turn immediately after yours. It obeys your verbal commands. Without such commands, the creature only defends itself.