Idbris, the Mind Devourer

Hello, everyone! To continue Primordial Power, today I’m going to introduce you to a Primordial to potentially introduce to your campaign setting. A Primordial’s profile consists of a few details – a domain the Primordial represents, a brief description of the Primordial, a Cataclysm which will occur if the Primordial is on the Mortal Plane for a full 24 hours, and trinkets and spells associated with the Primordial.

Primordials’ Associated Spells are spells which a Primordial Shard can innately cast, outside of any of their normal spellcasting abilities. If the spell listed isn’t found in an existing book, it’ll be included in the Primordial’s profile, as well as classes who can learn the spell normally through their own spellcasting class feature.

Idbris, the Mind Devourer

Domain: Pain

Idbris, a roiling storm cloud of lavender fog concealing a single onyx eye, is the Primordial of Pain. It drifts across continents idly, growing exponentially wherever sentient creatures suffer.

Cataclysm: The world is enshrouded in a purple mist which makes its inhabitants suffer pain to the point of being blinded.

Associated Trinkets: A weightless lavender crystal, a deep purple needle, a small tree branch covered in hooked barbs.

Associated Spells:

Cantrip Umbral Miasma
1st Level Fog Cloud
2nd Level Ray of Enfeeblement


(Available as a cantrip to the Bard, Druid, Sorcerer, Warlock, and Wizard classes)

Umbral Miasma

Evocation Cantrip

Casting Time: 1 Action

Range: 30 feet

Components: V, S

Duration: Instantaneous

Choose a point within range. A black ripple of planar energy erupts from that point, and all creatures within 5 feet of the ripple must succeed on an Intelligence saving throw or take 1d6 Psychic damage as they experience debilitating migraines.

The number of ripples increases by 1 when you reach 5th level(2 ripples), 11th level (3 ripples), and 17th level(4 ripples).

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