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Both summons are good, staple options that will work well in any combat situation. The summoned spirit speaks Celestial, allowing you to communicate with it more easily than some other summons. Avenger: Flying and radiant damage at range. Not especially exciting, but very effective. With the temporary hit points, the Defender can keep itself alive much longer than its hit points indicate, allowing it to serve as a front-line Defender the party role, not the type of celestial almost as well as real fighter.
Just be sure that your allies are never adjacent to it. Metal: Too much overlap with clay. Stone: Stone Lethargy is the primary appeal. Unfortunately, it allows a saving throw, but that seems like a fair trade for a better effect. The spirit gets several damage resistances depending on your choice of dragon variety, and you get one of them while the spell lasts.
The dragon has blindsight and can speak draconic, allowing it to pinpoint invisible foes and tell you where they are. Summon Elemental 4th-level TCoE With the possible exception of the earth elemental, Summon Elemental does very little to expand on the capabilities of other spells like Summon Undead.
The summoned spirit speaks Primordial, allowing you to communicate with it more easily than some other summons. Earth: 40 ft. Still, if you need something to stand in front of you and exchange blows in melee, this is a solid choice. Water: Works underwater and has acid resistance. The summoned spirit speaks Sylvan, allowing you to communicate with it more easily than some other summons.
Because the summoned fey relies on attacking with a short sword, you may be able to improve its attacks by providing it with a better weapon. Fuming: The Advantage effect only applies to one attack. That makes it difficult to justify upcasting the spell to get more attacks. However, the creatures break the effect if they take damage which can become a problem for your allies. The charm effect may be especially useful outside of combat.
You can use it to force enemies to move or to protect allies who need a turn to cast buffs or healing spells. Unfortunately, their attacks and offensive abilities are unremarkable. Demon: A climb speed, necrotic damage, and it explodes when it dies. Neat, but there are plenty of better options on other spells if you need a better melee monsters. Devil: A very solid ranged attacked with both flight and the ability to see in magical darkness. You may be able to chain the teleports to get your summon into melee with a distant, weak enemy like a wizard, but those situations are rare.
Summon Shadowspawn 3rd-level TCoE Shadowspan share resistance to necrotic damage and immunity to fear, making them effective at standing up to undead. In general, the shadowspawn is a fine combatant with some interesting tactical options. Fear: An ambush predator with little reason to hide on any ongoing basis. However, that will get you through one encounter and then you have a shadowspawn for 59 minutes with no built-in way to scare your enemies.
If you use this, expect to invest in other spells that also frighten creatures. If you can make fear work reliably, Fury can become a terrifyingly effective combat option. Despair: There is no save on this. Your shadowspawn notably has 40 ft.
A creature would need a base speed of more than 60 ft. With a good lists of immunities, great offensive options, and powerful crowd control options, this is an easy go-to summon option. Summon undead is notably the only Necromancy spell in the Summon Creature Spells category. Ghostly: Flight, better speed than the other undead options, and its attacks make the target Frightened.
Putrid: The poison effect is excellent, and since it uses your spell save DC you can summon a putrid undead with a low-level spell slot and get the same effect out of it while the undead survives. But at ft. This thing is basically a pet warlock spamming Eldritch Blast every turn.
Other Summoning Spells Each of the spells in this category is unique. When you cast any of these spells, expect to put some thought into them rather than pulling them out in combat and hoping things work out. Your choices of familiar are extremely limited, unfortunately. The best option without question is the owl. This makes it an excellent scout, but it also lets you send your familiar into combat to use the Help option in order to help you and your allies with your attacks. Thanks to flyby, your owl can fly in and out of reach with minimal risk, allowing it to repeat this trick until your DM gets annoyed enough to shoot your familiar.
Find Greater Steed 4th level PHB Find Steed gave the Paladin access to the only mount option in the core rules that stayed viable once the warhorse stops being durable enough to take on adventures. However, once flight becomes common Find Steed becomes less useful, and Find Steed only solves the durability issue by making your mount easily replaceable.
Find Greater Steed addresses both problems by allowing access to flight and by giving you stronger creatures with larger pools of hit points. Find Greater Steed also introduces options which are already Intelligent and which have an alignment. Weirdly, you still get to make your mount a celestial, fey, or fiend. If you want something more unique talk to your DM about what another suitable creature of CR 2 or lower.
If you do plan to explore mounted combat, see my Practical Guide to Mounted Combat. For information on Find Steed, see below. Dire Wolf: Large size, 50 ft. Large size, 30 ft. Already intelligent and understands both common and draconic. Griffon: Large size, 30 ft. Basically the generic flying mount option. Nothing complicated, but it works everywhere except underwater for any player. Pegasus: Large size, 60 ft. Chaotic-good alignment. As the only mount option with any saving throw proficiencies and the mount with the best speed both in the air and on the ground, the Pegasus is the go-to option.
Peryton: Medium size, 60 ft. Low-light vision is color vision. A spellcaster with low-light vision can read a scroll as long as even the tiniest candle flame is next to him as a source of light. Characters with low-light vision can see outdoors on a moonlit night as well as they can during the day. Paralysis Some monsters and spells have the supernatural or spell-like ability to paralyze their victims, immobilizing them through magical means. Paralysis from poison is discussed in the Afflictions section.
A paralyzed character cannot move, speak, or take any physical action. He is rooted to the spot, frozen and helpless. Not even friends can move his limbs. He may take purely mental actions, such as casting a spell with no components. A winged creature flying in the air at the time that it becomes paralyzed cannot flap its wings and falls. Scent This extraordinary ability lets a creature detect approaching enemies, sniff out hidden foes, and track by sense of smell.
A creature with the scent ability can detect opponents by sense of smell, generally within 30 feet. If the opponent is upwind, the range is 60 feet. If it is downwind, the range is 15 feet. Strong scents, such as smoke or rotting garbage, can be detected at twice the ranges noted above. Overpowering scents, such as skunk musk or troglodyte stench , can be detected at three times these ranges.
Noting the direction of the scent is a move action. A creature with the Survival skill and the scent ability can follow tracks by smell, making a Survival check to find or follow a track. A creature with the scent ability can attempt to follow tracks using Survival untrained.
The typical DC for a fresh trail is For each hour that the trail is cold, the DC increases by 2. The ability otherwise follows the rules for the Survival skill in regards to tracking. Creatures tracking by scent ignore the effects of surface conditions and poor visibility.
Creatures with the scent ability can identify familiar odors just as humans do familiar sights. Water, particularly running water, ruins a trail for air-breathing creatures. Water-breathing creatures that have the scent ability, however, can use it in the water easily.
False, powerful odors can easily mask other scents. The presence of such an odor completely spoils the ability to properly detect or identify creatures, and the base Survival DC to track becomes 20 rather than Spell Resistance Spell resistance abbreviated SR is the extraordinary ability to avoid being affected by spells. Some spells also grant spell resistance. The possessor does not have to do anything special to use spell resistance. The creature need not even be aware of the threat for its spell resistance to operate.
Only spells and spell-like abilities are subject to spell resistance. Extraordinary and supernatural abilities including enhancement bonuses on magic weapons are not. A creature can have some abilities that are subject to spell resistance and some that are not. Even some spells ignore spell resistance; see When Spell Resistance Applies, below.
A creature can voluntarily lower its spell resistance. Doing so is a standard action that does not provoke an attack of opportunity. A creature with spell resistance cannot impart this power to others by touching them or standing in their midst. Only the rarest of creatures and a few magic items have the ability to bestow spell resistance upon another.
Spell resistance does not stack, but rather overlaps. When Spell Resistance Applies Each spell includes an entry that indicates whether spell resistance applies to the spell. In general, whether spell resistance applies depends on what the spell does.
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