Question: Does spiritual weapon block movement?

I won’t reproduce them all here, but all of the rules about occupying a square refer to creatures, and the weapon created by Spiritual Weapon isn’t a creature. So it shouldn’t hinder creatures moving through or even standing its square in the slightest.

What type of damage does spiritual weapon do?

You create a floating, spectral weapon within range that lasts for the Duration or until you cast this spell again. When you cast the spell, you can make a melee spell Attack against a creature within 5 feet of the weapon. On a hit, the target takes force damage equal to 1d8 + your Spellcasting Ability modifier.

Can spiritual weapon take damage?

1 Answer. The Spell does not provide a mechanism for doing damage to the spiritual weapon, the mechanics by which it would save, or its susceptibility. Since nothing is defined, Rules as Written, nothing exists. Maintain concern for Dispel Magic spells, anti-magic areas, or attempts to incapacitate the Cleric.

Is spiritual weapon a weapon attack?

It is not a weapon. It is a 2nd level spell whose effect resembles a weapon. The Rakshasa is immune. Each of these has to be decided on a case by case basis and ultimately this is a DM call.

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Are spirit guardians blocked walls?

1 Answer. Unless an AoE spell has a specific exception, it doesn’t affect creatures through walls.

Can you move spiritual weapon and cast a spell?

The turn you cast spiritual weapon, you can’t cast any other non-cantrip spells.

Does spiritual weapon go away when you die?

Yes. The weapon stays around if you fall unconscious, but since it requires a bonus action from you to do anything, it just floats there doing nothing. Yes, it is not a concentration spell, so getting hit, falling unconscious, even dying do not end the duration of the spell.

Is using spiritual weapon a bonus action?

2 Answers. A spiritual weapon (created by the spell of the same name) uses your bonus action for movement and attacking. It does not have its own actions, bonus actions or reactions. The Spiritual Weapon spell has a casting time of 1 bonus action and range of 60 feet.

How do you dispel a spiritual weapon?

The answer to that – assuming I’m correct – would be “no.” You can dispel the spiritual weapon by casting Dispel Magic on the weapon itself, but not by casting Dispel Magic on the spellcaster who created it.

Does spiritual weapon attack twice?

Since you have only one bonus action per turn and the casting time of Spiritual Weapon is a bonus action, you can only use it to attack once in the turn when you cast it. Then in subsequent turns you can use your bonus action to have it move and attack. It’s only once.

Can you have 2 spiritual weapons?

There is no restriction saying how many you can have out. So most likely the only limit is how many times you can cast them with your spell slots. Another limit can be the duration. So how many can you cast before the first one runs out.

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Can you twin spiritual weapon?

No, spiritual weapon doesn’t target a creature. A spell must be capable of targeting only one creature to be eligible to be twinned. Casting Spiritual Weapon doesn’t target anyone.

Does spirit guardian hit twice?

Spirit Guardians deals damage when a creature first enters it or starts its turn in the area. It does NOT deal damage when it is cast, but on the creature’s turn as it begins within, or moves into it. They first enter the zone once it is cast though.

Do spirit guardians move with you?

The spell says ‘the spirits flit around you to a distance of 15 feet’, so it is essentially an aura that moves with me, and it doesn’t require an action to cause the effect.

Does spiritual weapon get flanking?

The spiritual weapon is not a person, not a character, and not an ally. It’s a spell effect. It doesn’t take attacks of opportunity or flank.

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