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Cloud of Daggers 5e – DND 5th Edition & 2nd Level Spell

Cloud of Daggers 5e
Cloud of Daggers 5e
Casting Time1 action
Range60ft (5ft cube)
DurationUp to 1 minute of concentration
1 minuteConjuration
ClassBard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard
Level2
Damage/EffectSlashing
Attack/SaveNone
ComponentsVerbal, Somatic, Material (a sliver of glass)

Spell Duration:

A cube of spinning daggers centered on a point you choose within range is filled with spinning daggers 5 feet on each side. When a creature enters or starts its turn in the spell’s area for the first time, it takes 4d4 slashing damage.

When you reach a higher level. For each level above 2nd, you increase the damage by 2d4 when you cast this spell using a spell slot of 3rd level or higher.

2nd level5th level7th level9th level
Damage Dice4d410d414d418d4
Minimum Damage4101418
Average Damage 8.520.528.536.5
Maximum Damage 16405672

What is Cloud of Daggers e5?

Conjuration spell Cloud of Daggers can be cast by Bards, Sorcerers, Warlocks, and Wizards at 2nd level. Using the spell, they can create a cube of spinning daggers that is five feet in diameter.

With concentration, the cloud persists for up to one minute and damages any creature entering the space for the first time or starting its turn there.

Who can cast Cloud of Daggers?

Cloud of Daggers e5 can be found on the spell lists of Bards, Sorcerers, Warlocks, and Wizards. This spell can only be added to the repertoires of Arcane Tricksters and Eldritch Knights at the 8th level when they gain their first 2nd-level spell slots.

Cloud of Daggers should be cast when and where?

Since Cloud of Daggers’ radius of effect is so small, it is difficult to cast effectively. Space can, however, be controlled using it. Space control allows it to pack a lot of damage.

In spite of that, Cloud of Daggers does not discriminate between allies and enemies when it comes to traversing through space. Place it in a place that will not inconvenience or harm your allies, so keep that in mind when placing it.

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