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Invisibility is a level 2 illusion spell. This spell allows spellcasters to turn themselves and other creatures Invisible Invisible to the naked eye.


Touch a creature to turn it Invisible Invisible. Attacks against it have Disadvantage Icon.png Disadvantage. It attacks with Advantage Icon.png Advantage.

Invisibility breaks when you fail Stealth Checks on attacking, casting spells, or interacting with items.[See: Bugs]

Condition ends early if the creature attacks or casts a spell.


Action + Level 2 Spell Slot
 Melee: 1.5 m / 5  ft
Concentration Concentration

At higher levels

Upcast: Affects an additional target for each Spell Slot Level above 2nd.

Condition: Invisible

Invisible Invisible

Duration: 10 turns

Invisibility ends early if the invisible entity attacks, casts another spell, takes an action, or takes damage.

How to learn



  • Character level 5: Duergar ( Recharge: Per battle)

(Character level is the sum of all class levels for a multi-classed character.)

Granted by the following items:


  • Shadow of Menzoberranzan Shrouded in Shadow Shrouded in Shadow ability grants invisibility for 2 turns instead of 10.
  • The Duergar racial version grants invisibility for an unlimited duration, but also offers no Stealth checks to allow the effect to continue after interacting with objects, pickpocketing, or attacking. It will always break immediately. This is likely to balance it having no cost, or any other limits to how often it can be cast outside of combat.
  • Invisibility has two incantations: Evanesco, Latin for "I disappear/vanish", and Invisiblis, Latin for "invisibility".


Bugs[edit | edit source]

  • Only Greater Invisibility offers any Stealth checks to maintain the invisibility when it might otherwise break. Despite the tooltip claiming otherwise, the Level 2 Invisibility spell breaks immediately upon interaction with anything, except casting Minor Illusion and looting containers. It behaves exactly like the Duergar racial, which doesn't mention Stealth checks in its description.

External Links[edit | edit source]

Invisibility on the Forgotten Realms Wiki