The Thunderclap spell was a powerful druidic incantation, known for its devastating effects. Those who wielded it could call forth a deafening clap of thunder that was so loud, it was said to be capable of stunning and damaging anyone within earshot.

The origins of the spell were traced back to a group of ancient druids who lived deep in the heart of a vast, primordial forest. These druids were said to possess a deep connection to the forces of nature, and they used their powers to protect their land and people from invaders and other threats.

The Thunderclap spell was a closely guarded secret, passed down from generation to generation of druids. Only those who had proven themselves to be worthy and capable were taught the incantation, and the spell was considered to be one of the most powerful in the druidic arsenal.

Over time, the spell became widely known, and many sought to learn it for themselves. Some used it for good, using its power to defend their lands and people, while others sought to wield it for their own gain, using its destructive power to terrorize and conquer.

Despite its widespread knowledge, the Thunderclap spell remains a formidable tool for those who possess the skill and discipline to control its power. Those who are able to master the spell are said to be nearly unstoppable, capable of unleashing a deafening clap of thunder that can stun and damage their enemies, leaving them vulnerable to attack.


By Robert Lutein
 School  Alt. (Air Element)

Thunderclap is used to create a loud noise and damage creatures. The spell creates a sudden disappearance of all non-magical air/gas in the affected area for a fraction of a second. After the spell expires the air rushes back in causing the thunderclap.

   Individuals in the area of effect take 1d10 points of damage from the thunderclap. They will also be stunned for one round and deaf for 1d4+1 rounds unless they make a fortitude save. Air-based creatures in the area take 4d10 points of damage. All non-magical flames are blown out in the area. The thunderclap can be heard for 2 miles from its center.

 Level  4 Drd
 Components  V,S
 Range  Medium (100 ft. +
10 ft/lvl)
 Target  20′ radius
 Duration  Instantaneous
 Save  (Fort) see text
 Resistance  No