Published on December 8, 2023, Last modified on December 19th, 2023
Explore the unseen world of invisibility in D&D 5e! We take a look at tactical uses, detecting the unseen, and mastering the various ways to become invisible.
Bud Cook - Wizards of the Coast - Invisible Stalker
Table of Contents
- The Art of Vanishing
- Invisibility 5e
- Is the Invisibility Spell Good?
- The Invisible Condition
- Detecting Invisible Creatures in 5e
- Ways to Become Invisible
The Art of Vanishing
Invisibility 5e FAQs
How does invisibility work in 5e?
Invisibility in 5e makes a creature unseen. It's great for stealth but requires concentration and breaks if the invisible creature attacks or casts a spell.
How to deal with invisibility in 5e?
Use spells like see invisibility or faerie fire, rely on Perception checks, or create situations where the invisible creature might reveal themselves.
Can invisible creatures be detected by noise?
Yes. Making noise is one of the common ways invisible creatures inadvertently reveal their presence.
Does invisibility provide total immunity from detection?
No, it doesn't. Invisible creatures can still be detected through sound, smell, or magical means.
Seeing the Unseen
Invisibility in D&D 5e is a powerful mechanic that can be used in a wide variety of offensive and defensive situations. Whether you’re using it to sneak past guards or are being stalked by an invisible enemy, it’s important to understand the nuances of invisibility so you’re not caught unawares by the array of mechanics surrounding this ability!