- Level: 4 (Conjuration)
- Casting time: 1 Action
- Components: V
- Range(area): 500 ft
- Attack(save): None
- Damage(effect): Teleportation
- School: Conjuration
- Duration: Instantaneous
You teleport yourself from your cutting-edge region to any different spot inside a range. You arrive at precisely the spot desired. It can be an area you can see, one you can visualize, or one you can describe by means of mentioning distance and direction, such as “200 toes straight downward” or “upward to the northwest at a 45- diploma angle, 300 feet.”
You can carry alongside objects as long as their weight would not exceed what you can carry. You can additionally convey one inclined creature of your measurement or smaller who is carrying tools up to its carrying capacity. The creature should be inside 5 toes of you when you forged this spell.
If you would arrive in a region already occupied by an object or a creature, you and any creature journeying with you every takes 4d6 pressure damage, and the spell fails to teleport you.
- Dimension door, does it absolutely have a door?
No, you do not have to step via a door (magical or otherwise) to teleport. Dimension Door solely has a Verbal component, and its period is Instantaneous. So you say some magical words, and you are immediately teleported. The description does not say something about a door; it is solely the title that consists of the phrase door.
- Why is it referred to as “Dimension door?”
Actually, lower back in the day, you would open a small portal in the front of you, take a step via it, and be at the destination. Functionally though, dimension door is any rapid battlefield teleportation. For 5e they stored the common title and the equal battlefield function, however tweaked the special effects.