Toll the Dead 5e is a 0 level spell which is also known as Cantrips in Dungeons and Dragons game. The cantrip came into existence after the update of Xanathar’s Guide to Everything. It is a spell used by three class characters; Warlock, Wizard, and Cleric.
- 1 Mechanics
- 2 Mechanics Table
- 3 How does toll the dead work?
- 4 What book is toll the dead from?
- 5 How good is toll the dead?
The mechanics for Toll the Dead 5e, as there are two techniques to deal with damage or to hit damage. For the target that has not to take damage, D8 will be used. While to damage D12 will be used, starting up with one you will get additional damage at levels 5, 11, and 17 respectively. Cast time is 1 action, whereas the range for this spell provides you a pretty much advantage where its range is 60 feet. The duration is instantaneous while, the Wisdom act as a saving throw. Components are somatic and verbal, yes you have two gestures with one hand and speaking incantation. The school is necromancy and the damage type is necrotic. The mechanics’ table is also found below for short details for Warlock 5e Toll the Dead.
No Damage: 1st: 1D8, 5TH: 2D8, 11TH: 3D8, 17TH:4D8
Damage: 1st: 1D12, 5TH: 2D12, 11TH: 3D12, 17TH:4D12
1 (ONE) Action
SOMATIC AND VERBAL
Toll the dead 5e is a force that can create necrotic damage to the enemy. The target when viewed by the character a noise is built in the air like dolorous bells. The target starts hearing bells and whisper of the character only the immediate wisdom throw can save from the damage. If the target doesn’t take immediate action it will face necrotic damage of 1D8. And if the target misses any of its hit points it takes 1D12 and necrotic damage. The spells damage increases by one die when you reach bit 11th and 17th level. It should be remembered that only one target can r the sound at a time.
How does toll the dead work?
Toll the dead is a spell that causes necrotic damage to the enemy. When the spell is cast the noise is built in the air like dolorous bells on the target creature. Target creature then started hearing the dolorous bells noise with a whisper of the character, wisdom throw can save immediately from the damage and if it didn’t take immediate action it will hit 1D8 necrotic damage. And if the target misses any of its hit points it takes 1D12 and necrotic damage.
What book is toll the dead from?
Toll the Dead can be easily found in the Xanathar’s Guide to everything. It is a spell used by three class characters; Warlock, Wizard, and Cleric. It is cantrip spell which means that this spell is available at level 0 without any prerequisites. But you have to choose your cantrips wisely because of limited selection slots of Cantrips.
How good is toll the dead?
Toll the Dead is a trap for people in terms of the fact that it looks super powerful, but in reality is not that super powerful. It is a good Cantrip. Of that there is no doubt. It’s outright better than the previous best Cleric damage cantrip Sacred Flame.