Spell check intimidating
For extra security, you can choose to create a smaller box instead with no bars for the trapped creature to try and squeeze through.
The best part is that the entrapped creature can't bust out without using magic.
Creatures in that radius that fail a Constitution saving throw take 5d6 thunder damage.
(Team Rocket's "we're blasting off again" moments come to mind here...) "Bones of the Earth" is a spell for anyone who like flashy, dramatic magic.A lot of characters you'll encounter in have access to spells. Not all spells were made equally, either, and discussion of this imbalance ranges from frustration about "broken" game mechanics to gleeful hand-rubbing at the chance to be a god of your world.Wizards, Warlocks, Sorcerers and Druids rely on it while Bards, Clerics, Paladins and certain types of Rogue will use a mixture of spells and physical moves in combat. For this list, we'll be ranking spells that cause the most damage or enable a user to wield scary levels of power.Basically, it's the kind of creepy magic that turns you into Purple Man.The biggest catch -- other than the restrictions previously listed -- is that you can't make anyone do anything that's obviously contrary to their own wellbeing.
The world's most popular fantasy role-playing table-top game wouldn't be the same without magic.