Illusionary Rung


 

A set of iron rungs are set into the wall, forming a ladder.

Magical Trap

One of the rungs is an illusion and does not exist.

A DC 16 Intelligence (Investigation) check reveals that the light reflects slightly differently off of one rung than the others.

If the rung is traversed, the target must make a DC 14 Dexterity saving throw or fall, taking 2d6 falling damage.

If the rung is inspected, then the climb check that has the run in it’s movement is at disadvantage.

An aura of illusion on the rung can be detected with detect magic or a successful DC 14 Intelligence (Arcana) check.

Dispel magic or a successful DC 14 Intelligence (Arcana) check dispels the illusion. This causes the rung to disappear. The disadvantage on the climb check still applies.

 

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