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Needs 1 action to use in combat. Thinking of Nice Gnome Save The Turtles Shirt Mending, Message, Alarm, Charm Person, Disguise Self, Feather Fall, Goodberry, Hideous laughter, speak with animals, unseen servant. How would you price cantrip scrolls and how 1st LVL spell scrolls? A small book of magic containing some simple LVL 1 spells a wizard could study and learn. Think about the same spells as above. Also it contains a few humbug spells that don’t even exist. The party’s wizard is new to d&d so I guess he will believe all spells in there work and if he uses his travel time to study the humbug spells he might learn a new spell that doesn’t work the way its description says and makes a different random effect.
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