Pathfinder 2 Unseasonable Squall Spell

Unseasonable Squall

SPELL 3
UNCOMMON AIR EVOCATION

Traditions arcane, primal

Cast [2 Actions] somatic, verbal

Range 60 feet

Area 20-foot burst

Duration until the start of your next turn


You issue a blast of sudden wind that ripples outward from the center of the burst. The wind extinguishes small non-magical fires, disperses fog and mist, scatters objects of light Bulk or less, and pushes unsecured objects of 1 Bulk or less 5 feet away from the spell’s origin point. Each Medium or smaller creature in the area when you Cast the Spell or that moves into spell’s area must attempt a Fortitude saving throw.

Success The creature is unaffected.

Failure The creature is knocked prone. If the creature was Flying, it gets a critical failure instead.

Critical Failure The creature is pushed 30 feet away from the center of the burst, is knocked prone, and takes 2d6 bludgeoning damage.


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