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Protection against evil and good. It has a material component
Holy water or silver powder and iron, that the spell consume
So, to use this spell we have to spend holy water (or silver dust and iron, but I'll come back to this later), although it does not state explicitly how different many other spells are.
For example, Glyph of Guard
incense and diamond powder is worth at least 200 gp, that the spell consume
25 feet of rope, that the spell consume
We have a relevant tweet from Jeremy Crawford.
In practical terms, does that mean that a bottle of holy water could be reused for multiple castings of the spell? If a DM was generous and allowed it. Typically, a DM will wait for a flask to be used.
And here we have reached our destination, from the description of Holy Water (flask):
Cost: 25 gp
Now, since silver powder and iron do not have their own position in the equipment list and their value is not explicitly stated in the description of the spell, the price is completely until DM, varying from 1 cp to infinity, which is ridiculous, to say the least, compared to the fixed price of holy water. Assuming should be at least of the same price as holy water, leaves us with 25 gp for a single-use material component for a first-level spell.
As it stands, there are several top-level spells that require components of consumable material:
Now, some might say, that Ceremony It's also expensive, but it also offers a wide range of options for both combat and role play, while Protection against evil and good. It is hardly applicable to anything other than combat encounters.
Am I missing something or is this spell too expensive to use?
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I will write the techniques I know. And I want you to score in 10.
Normal Mapping (Bump)
Normal + Parallax Mapping (I guess I can use it together Can I use it together?)
PBR (I do not know how to use it, but if it's cheap, I want to learn and use)
You can rate it like this:
Normal mapping -> 3
Parallax mapping -> 4
Normal + Parallax -> 7
PBR -> 8
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