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Sending was an evocation spell that instantly transmitted a brief message to any destination.[3]

EffectEdit

The spellcaster made contact with a particular creature with whom he or she was familiar and sent them a brief message of up to twenty-five words. If the recipient already knew the spellcaster, then they would recognize him or her. Afterward, the recipient could immediately respond with a similar message.[3]

Even creatures with extremely low intelligence, like animals, could receive and comprehend the sending, but their ability to respond was limited to their capabilities.[3]

The recipient was not obligated to act upon a sending in any manner.[3]

If the intended recipient was located on a different plane to the sender, then there was a one-in-a-twenty chance that the sending would not be received. The local effects of the plane could make it more difficult still.[3]

ComponentsEdit

In addition to verbal and somatic components, sending required a short length of fine copper wire as a material component or divine focus.[3]

HistoryEdit

The spell was attributed to Netherese arcanist Enollar in −1593 DR and was originally called Enollar's sending.[1]

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