1975: Right Click
Title text: Right-click or long press (where supported) to save!
- To experience the interactivity of the game, visit the original comic.
| This explanation may be incomplete or incorrect: Created by A FIRST BASEMAN NAMED NATURALLY. Lots of explanations and menus missing. Do NOT right click this tag too soon.|
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This was the eighth April fools' comic released by Randall. The previous April Fool's comic was not from the year before as there was no such comic released in 2017. Instead, the previous one was 1663: Garden, scheduled for released Friday, April 1st, 2016, but in the end released on Monday April 4th 2016. The next was 2131: Emojidome released on Monday, April 1st, 2019.
This comic was released on April 1 even though that was a Sunday (only the fourth comic to be released on a Sunday). But it was only due to the April Fool joke, as it did replace the comic that would have been scheduled for Monday, April 2nd. The next comic, 1976: Friendly Questions, was first released on Wednesday, April 4th.
At first, the comic seems like the most simplistic xkcd comic possible - Cueball standing and doing nothing. The "editor's note" tells you to save a copy of the image to "view the full comic".
To save an image from a browser most people would right-click on it (or long-click in mobile devices) which normally leads to a "context menu" allowing several actions related to the image, including saving/downloading. This is what you are encouraged to do by the editorial note as well as by the comic name and title text. However, the context menu opened is not the default context menu of the browser but an elaborate context menu containing many nonsensical options.
This comic pokes fun at how hard it can be to save an image or to just navigate context menus in some computer programs. The "easter egg hunt" might be related to the fact the comic was released during Easter (which fell on April fool's in 2018). It might also be related to the movie "Ready Player One" which was recently released when the comic was released. In the movie, based on the book by Cline, finding an "easter egg" in a VR world was a central plot point.
The title is reminiscent of one of the first interactive comics 1110: Click and Drag, where the title explains what the user should do to experience it. However, that was not a fools' day comic.
The manipulated context menu is described below.
Main Context Menu
|#||Menu Item||Explanation||Sub-Menu Items|
|1||Save||Only appears after getting one of the two easter eggs that can be found in the menu - in the games ADVENT.EXE and Mornington Crescent (see their explanations below).||Save image> Views the image the first time you click, then downloads this image on every visit after that. . The image includes a spheroid object near the top right-hand corner which appears to exhibit red shift and green shift, suggesting that it is rotating rapidly.|
|2||File||Normal submenu||Close: Closes menu, does nothing.
Open: A:\, C:\, / (See more below)
Find: Where, When, How, (grayed out) What, (grayed out) Why, Who.
'Where' leads to four options. The first, 'computer', has two options ('folder' and 'menus'), which link back to the 'find' and right-click menus, respectively. "Narnia" leads to a link to the comic 665: Prudence as well as to a grey comment about how it's weird that "they" have to die to go back to Narnia. "Canada" and "America" lead to the same set of bizarre menus (America leads into Canada's menu), which then give the options 'Upper' and 'Lower', ultimately leading to a drive-through and hockey, respectively.
'When' leads to a description of Siri entering someone's home, and the menu can be followed to reveal several further events from 'earlier' in the day. The last one ('a bottle of jack and a toothbrush') is likely a reference to the song 'Tik Tok' by Kesha.
'How' simply leads to an exclamation of 'How!?'.
'What' is grayed out.
'Why' links to , technically answering the question of "Why?"
'Who' leads to a menu version of the Abbot and Costello "Who's on First?" routine, which eventually links to a youtube video of the routine. As of April 4th, a second submenu has been added, which contains Slappy and Skippy's "Who's on Stage?" parody of the previous routine, which also eventually leads to its youtube video.
Backup: Causes the area around the comic to flash red 9 times, with high-pitch sounds reminiscent of a truck backing up. Reminiscent of the Sinclair Spectrum SAVE to tape command, which would flash the border and modulate the speaker.
Save: Only available after the save menu is unlocked after one of the two Easter Eggs is found, allows a download of a bonus comic, same as clicking the save option from the main menu.
|3||Edit||Enables a mode allowing the user to draw on the webpage. You can draw multiple scribbles, however, they will automatically connect together. Pressing Esc asks "Aw, that looks nice though. Really delete?" and the page returns to normal if OK is clicked.||None|
|4||System||Normal submenu||Shut Down> Changes the only menu option to "Power on", then once that is used, the system returns to normal.
/ (See below)
|5||View||Normal submenu||Cascade>Links to 
Tile> Links to 245: Floor Tiles
Minimize> Changes pointer to a smaller pointer.
Full Screen> Enters full screen.
|6||Utilities||Normal submenu||Park drives> Nothing.
Check space usage> (cannot click) Space usage: -Dark matter -Hydrogen -Helium -Scattered clumps of heavier elements -Stars -Rocks -Some space probes -Earth
Train AI> links to 1838: Machine Learning
Identify song> opens a long word-by-word menu for song lyrics; it's actually a menu-ised version of 851: Na.
Advanced> several Unix commands, all absurd (or dangerous) for some reason:
|7||Games||Normal submenu|| Twenty Questions> A Twenty Questions interface that gets really confusing. There are links to Bing image searches for 'okapi', 'pronghorn', 'eland', 'baribusa', 'musk deer' and 'ibex'. The game also contains some extremely large cans of creamed corn (a reference to 1807: Listening).
Rock Paper Scissors> A Rock Paper Scissors game where the computer always matches your move. If you go long enough, the Defect option is added, a reference to the Prisoner's Dilemma.
D&D> An interface that allows you to "cast" over 300 spells from D&D 5e. Several menus are used to filter the spells based on their traits: class which can learn the spell, the school of the spell, the spell level, and components required to perform it (somatic, vocal, material). The traits can be chosen in any order. After all six traits are chosen a submenu opens with all of the spells that match those exact traits (which might be no spells at all).
Most spells link to various pages, including xkcd comics (e.g. 1331: Frequency), what-ifs (e.g. Saliva Pool) and other external sites (e.g. The Sun | NASA). Some spells create effects that change the comic page temporarily or permanently, and some open submenus from different parts of the context menu.
See below for all links and effects.
ADVENT.EXE> A text-based adventure game. If played correctly, you can win, unlocking 'Save'>'Save image' from the beginning menu, which links to .
The first scene allows you a choice between exploring a dark cave or a castle. If you explore the cave first you get the following description: "It's pitch black. You're likely to be eaten by a grue". This is a reference to a text adventure game called Zork, where Grues are monsters who dwell in the dark and eat human explorers, making it impossible to explore dark areas. The same description often appears when you enter a dark area without a light source in Zork and other related games.
If you ignore the warning and go deeper, you are given one more warning ("You're deep in a cave. Something, possibly this very sentence, tells you it would be dangerous to go any further"). If you ignore that too and keep going, you fall into a pit. Several options are given to try and rescue yourself (or alternatively "resign to your fate" or deny you are in a pit [You also may try to cause a distraction by saying "Look behind you! A three-headed monkey!" This may be a reference to the Curse of Monkey Island, where Guybrush Threepwood distracts characters by saying the same line.]) but all lead to "you've been eaten by a grue". Being eaten by a grue seems to be an irreversible condition - if you exit the context menu and enter ADVENT.EXE again, you are given no options and are told again that "you've been eaten by a grue". Apparently only refreshing the page cancels that.
Exploring the castle is a much safer option to begin with. The main castle scene has a door, a well, and stairs that go up to the tower. The door is locked, and trying to break it is futile.
The well is a wishing well. Examining it allows for several options:
After you have the key, if you go back to the castle you can now use the key on the locked door and enter a dungeon. In the dungeon, there is a clamp on a table that you can take.
Finally, in the tower, you can find a "strange machine" dubbed a "C-Remover". You can try to use the C-Remover on any item you got. It doesn't affect the key, but it does turn the clamp into a lamp! The C-remover is a reference to either the T-remover from Leather Goddess of Phobos or the multi-letter remover from Counterfeit Monkey, a text adventure by Emily Short inspired by it.
After you have the lamp, entering the cave becomes safer. It now becomes "a maze of twisty passages, all alike" where each room allows going N, E, S, or W, normally leading to an identical room. Only by using the clue from the wish for "wisdom" in the well and going N, E, N, N, N, W, S, W you can navigate the maze successfully. When following that path, after the first "W" the options become N, S, and Dennis instead of the usual N, E, S, W; this is a reference to the text-based game Thy Dungeonman found in a Strong Bad email from homestarrunner.com.
If you follow the full path you find the center of the maze where there is a nest with a "large multicolored egg" (an easter egg!). If you take the egg you are told "You feel a sense of potential, as if you may have more options now". This is because the "save" options are now unlocked in the main context menu and the file menu!
Hoverboard> Links to 1608: Hoverboard browser game.
Mornington Crescent> This is a simulation of the well-known game Mornington Crescent, which bears a surprising resemblance to London's Underground railway network. Players name a station, in turn, endeavoring to reach Mornington Crescent. The rules of play are very complicated and beyond the scope of this article; interested persons are referred to N. F. Stovold’s Mornington Crescent: Rules and Origins (sadly out of print). In this variation, one may reach 'Vauxhall'>'Easter basket'>'Take egg', also allowing you to save. The shortest path to the Easter basket is: Euston / Warren Street / Oxford Circus / Green Park / Victoria / Pimlico / Vauxhall / Easter basket
All playable stations are immediately adjacent on the London Underground network to the station last played. Despite the fact that this version of the game starts at Euston, which is adjacent to Mornington Crescent, the branch of the Northern line on which the eponymous station is situated does not appear in the game.
|8||Help||Contains various submenus, all of which, barring Credits, loop back recursively to this menu:||Tutorial
|9||Do Crimes|| Contains several "crimes" that can be committed. This option is unlocked by File > Open > C:\ (or /home/user) > Bookmarks/ > Secret > Enable Dark Web.
This is a joke about how the dark web is perceived in popular culture - a place that exists solely to do crimes, mainly bitcoin and hacking related.
| Steal Bitcoins > Grayed out.
Say swears > Several clean swears that all link to 771: Period Speech.
Forge a Scrabble Tile > Several sub-options that don't do anything. (U, Z, <this menu option intentionally left blank>, and two special characters, one being a Russian 'Э', as low-pitched [eh], and the second being a crossed swords emoji (⚔)
|Drive||Menu Item||Explanation||Sub-Menu Items|
|A:\||Insert||Only appears before inserting a floppy disk.||Floppy disk> Unlocks other options for drive A:\, which are identical to drive C:\
Chip card> A long sequence of being told 'Please wait. Authorizing...' ending in 'Chip error! REMOVE CARD NOW!'
|C:\||Music/||Leads to a long string of prompts for song lyrics. 'Hey now / Hey now na now / Sing "This Corrosion" to me' inverts the webpage's color before Easter egg mode is enabled, and plays the referenced song in the browser with inverted color and flashing if the Easter egg mode is enabled. It's actually the same menu that is shown under Utilities>Identify song (which itself is a menu-ised version of 851: Na).||'Hey now / Hey now / Don't dream it's over' links to 240: Dream Girl. 'This / is / a / story all about how / my life got flipped, turned upside down' links to 464: RBA. 'This / is / the / story of a girl / who cried a river and drowned the whole world' links to a Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_FVAEYRM5I|
|C:\||Bookmarks/||Similar to Music/, Bookmarks/> Comics leads to a chain from which all comics prior to this comic except 1974: Conversational Dynamics are titled and linked. For instance, he thus here recognizes his first April Fools' comic 404: Not Found, which cannot be found, as a real comic by linking to it. Bookmarks/> Secret> Enable Dark Web adds the 'Dark Web' option to the initial menu.|
|C:\||Games/||Same as 'Games' from the initial menu.|
|C:\||Sequences/||The options are the lines from a Tim and Eric sketch Celery Man; the final option links to a YouTube video of the sketch.||After several single-option menus, it links to this Youtube video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHWBEK8w_YY|
|/||home/||Nothing.|| guest> links to http://uni.xkcd.com/ - a command-line Unix-style interface for viewing xkcd comics (and other commands to discover) that was used as the April Fool's joke in 2010. See also UniXKCD.
user> Same files as C:\
root> Displays 'You are not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.' Which is what the sudo command will print if unauthorized users try to use it.
|/||usr/||Opens an infinite sequence of options, each similar to the last, but replacing the previous selection with another folder; probably a reference to the fact that the /usr hierarchy does contain a list of subdirectories pretty much identical to those of the root directory. /usr/local, too is a duplicate of /usr for files not originating with the distro, and of late /var and /opt have also started expanding.|
|/||dev/||Nothing.||random/> links to a random xkcd comic. In unix systems reading from the /dev/random file generates pseudorandom bytes, so it fits here that /dev/random gives a random comic.
urandom/> links to 221: Random Number. In unix systems, /dev/urandom is the same as /dev/random, except in /dev/random you don't get anything if you don't have sufficient "randomness" in the system, and in /dev/urandom you get whatever you have. The linked comic describes a botched attempt to create a function that would return a truly random number but actually, it returns a fixed number (and thus isn't useful at all). This alludes to /dev/urandom providing bad results sometimes.
Here all the spells from the "d&d" game are detailed, including the traits you need to enter to get to them and the link they lead to/effect they create.
To get to a specific spell using this table you need to go to games->d&d->cast and then enter the traits - level, class, school, and components - in any order. Note that many spells list more than one class in the table (in d&d it means multiple classes can cast that spell), which means you need to choose one of those classes in the menu. Components are listed in the table as V for Verbal Components, S for Somatic Components and M for Material Components - choose "yes" or "no" for these based on whether the matching letter is there or not.
The vast majority of spells (285 of them apparently) are actually links to xkcd comics, what ifs, or external pages that somehow demonstrate or relate to the spell.
|Acid Arrow||2||Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/790/||The comic is about giving LSD (commonly known as "acid") to test subjects|
|Aid||2||Cleric, Paladin||Abjuration||V, S, M||http://donorschoose.org||A site dedicated to donations - aiding various subjects|
|Alarm||1||Ranger, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1359/||Comic about phone alarm|
|Alter Self||2||Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1099/||In this comic beret guy is "altered" in a weird way|
|Animal Friendship||1||Bard, Druid, Ranger||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1746/||Comic about making friends in a way that might attract some animals better than humans|
|Animal Messenger||2||Bard, Druid, Ranger||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://twitter.com/dog_rates||A humorous Twitter page about "rating dogs" - in a way "messaging about" animals|
|Animal Shapes||8||Druid||Transmutation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1278/||Comic about using genetic engineering to change an animal (in this case a giraffe) shape|
|Animate Dead||3||Cleric, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S, M||http://www.asofterworld.com/index.php?id=62||They were once dead.|
|Arcane Eye||4||Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/993/||The comic is related to creating a brand by having products that "stand out" and are therefore "more visible"|
|Astral Projection||9||Cleric, Warlock, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/977/||Comic about map projections|
|Augury||2||Cleric||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1334/||The comic is about checking the second page of google results for answers, which might be parallelized to reading omens in the spell.|
|Awaken||5||Bard, Druid||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1518/||Comic about awakening... badly to an alarm sound|
|Bane||1||Bard, Cleric||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/972/||The comic details a simple exploit by blackhat, the bane of everyone's existence|
|Barkskin||2||Druid, Ranger||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/qFI4BQlBbig||A video by "My Brother, My Brother and Me" where a person creates a "shitty iron man armor", parallel to the armor created by barkskin|
|Beacon of Hope||3||Cleric||Abjuration||V, S||https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svalbard_Global_Seed_Vault||Link to the wikipedia page about the global seed vault, which is meant to function as "a beacon of hope" in case of global disaster.|
|Bestow Curse||3||Bard, Cleric, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S||https://xkcd.com/214/||The comic talks about "the problem of wikipedia" which can be time-waster to curious people. This can also be rephrased as "the curse of wikipedia"|
|Black Tentacles||4||Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1926/||The comic is about an "ugly mess of code" which can be compared to a tentacle mess|
|Blade Barrier||6||Cleric||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1406/||The comic is about a "universal converted" which can be thought of as a kind of barrier|
|Bless||1||Cleric, Paladin||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/55/||A what if article about saying "bless you" to random people on the phone, hoping they just sneezed|
|Blight||4||Druid, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1807/||Another exploit by black hat|
|Blindness/Deafness||2||Bard, Cleric, Sorcerer, Wizard||Necromancy||V||https://xkcd.com/467/||Comic related to "two girls one cup", a well-known shock video which might make people wish they were blind after seeing it|
|Branding Smite||2||Paladin||Evocation||V||https://xkcd.com/384/||(Can thunder make intelligent?)|
|Burning Hands||1||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1296/||Git messages become increasingly similar to a person on fire typing them and also relate to haaaannds|
|Call Lightning||3||Druid||Conjuration||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/16/||A what if with several lightning-related questions|
|Calm Emotions||2||Bard, Cleric||Enchantment||V, S||https://twitter.com/CuteEmergency||Twitter page about cute dogs that might indeed calm your emotions|
|Chain Lightning||6||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/898/||Comic about the chain of command|
|Charm Person||1||Bard, Druid, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1777/||Comic about the Nigerian Scan, which can be thought of as a way to "charm" people into doing what you want (like other scams)|
|Chill Touch||0||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1108/||Comic about a cautionary ghost, similar to the ghostly hand the spell creates|
|Circle of Death||6||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1674/||Comic about doing "adult stuff" including writing a will|
|Clairvoyance||3||Bard, Cleric, Sorcerer, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1421/||Comic about discovering a creepily clairvoyant comment from your "past self" in your code|
|Clone||8||Wizard||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1597/||Comic about git - "clone" is a common git command.|
|Cloudkill||5||Sorcerer, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/8/||Human crowd|
|Color Spray||1||Sorcerer, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1882/||Comic about color|
|Command||1||Cleric, Paladin||Enchantment||V||https://xkcd.com/857/||Comic about a man making a famous phrase by Archimedes into a command with an ultimatum|
|Commune||5||Cleric||Divination||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/7yxaKeRRypo?t=44s||Tried to snipe but turned into laughs|
|Commune with Nature||5||Druid, Ranger||Divination||V, S||https://youtu.be/BOxRFMiSDZU?t=9m47s||Suddenly, Dino-Lansbury.|
|Comprehend Languages||1||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1816/||Comic about language weirdness and puns|
|Compulsion||4||Bard||Enchantment||V, S||https://xkcd.com/609/||Comic about TVTropes, which might create a compulsion to follow links and stay there for a long time|
|Cone of Cold||5||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1714/||Comic about volcanoes, which are actually cones of heat usually (the "waffle cone" volcano in the comic is probably cold)|
|Confusion||4||Bard, Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1969/||Comic presents a way to confuse people by setting to "not found" page of your site to a "not available in your country" page|
|Conjure Woodland Beings||4||Druid, Ranger||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1903/||Comic about "buns" (rabbits) which are woodland beings|
|Contact Other Plane||5||Warlock, Wizard||Divination||V||https://xkcd.com/1889/||Comic from the "xkcd Phone" series. With all their features, surely xkcd phones can contact other planes...|
|Contagion||5||Cleric, Druid||Necromancy||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1161/||Comic about hand sanitizer, which is meant to prevent contagion, but maybe not as effectively as Cueball would like.|
|Contingency||6||Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/140/||Comic about how one gets cheese when they have chips and chips when they have cheese, a situation in which one condition triggers a contingency and vice versa.|
|Continual Flame||2||Cleric, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Kennedy_Eternal_Flame||Wikipedia about eternal (continual) flame|
|Control Water||4||Cleric, Druid, Wizard||Transmutation||V,S,M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/103/||What if article about water disappearing|
|Control Weather||8||Cleric, Druid, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1126/||Comic about the weirdness of the weather in 2005|
|Create Food and Water||3||Cleric, Paladin||Conjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1774/||Comic about food in supermarkets|
|Create or Destroy Water||1||Cleric, Druid||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/103/||What if article about water disappearing (Same as in "control water" - actually more fitting here)|
|Create Undead||6||Cleric, Warlock, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/69/||What if about the dead users in Facebook who are compared to "undead" in a comic image at the start of the article|
|Creation||5||Sorcerer, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/_hH7vZF15SY||"Monster Factory" episode which is a gameplay video of the game spore which is about the creation of a species and a civilization. "Creating" is also in the video title.|
|Cure Wounds||1||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Ranger||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1618/||Comic about trying to cure a pretty bad cold|
|Dancing Lights||0||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1331/||Comic that shows frequencies of different events in the form of blinking ("dancing") gifs ("lights")|
|Daylight||3||Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Ranger, Sorcerer||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/673/||Comic about "daylight saving time"|
|Death Ward||4||Cleric, Paladin||Abjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/865/||In the comic IPv6 functions as a sort of "death ward" against nanobots, buying us some time before the total annihilation of life on earth.|
|Detect Evil and Good||1||Cleric, Paladin||Divination||V, S||https://xkcd.com/256/||A map of internet communities, with the good and bad parts.|
|Detect Magic||1||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Ranger, Sorcerer, Wizard||Divination||V, S||https://xkcd.com/808/||An economic argument that "detects" what crazy "magic" phenomenon actually works and what doesn't.|
|Detect Poison and Disease||1||Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Ranger||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/802/||Updated version of "map of online communities" which was linked to from "detect good and evil", again suggesting that online communities are full of "poison and disease".|
|Detect Thoughts||2||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1448/||A note asking someone about their thoughts (or feelings)|
|Disguise Self||1||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Illusion||V, S||https://xkcd.com/451/||Comic about being an impostor and "disguising" yourself as an expert in a field.|
|Disintegrate||6||Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/1/||The very first what if, where a baseball is pitched at 90% of the speed of light and begins to disintegrate... In a nuclear explosion|
|Dispel Evil and Good||5||Cleric, Paladin||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/5/||What-if about a contemporary robot apocalypse ("evil") and how to "dispel" it.|
|Dispel Magic||3||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/109/||Comic about spoilers who "dispel the magic" of watching some movies.|
|Divination||4||Cleric||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1525/||xkcd's version of the magic 8 ball, a toy/tool for divination|
|Divine Favor||1||Paladin||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1575/||Comic parodying the Christian poem "footprints" which is about divine favor|
|Divine Word||7||Cleric||Evocation||V||https://xkcd.com/741/||Comic about content producing, some of which may be divine words|
|Dominate Beast||4||Druid, Sorcerer||Enchantment||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1934/||Comic about excessive phone security settings that "dominate" the thief in a way|
|Dominate Monster||8||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S||https://youtu.be/JgChfrBsEaI||"Monster factory" episode about "creating the Shrek franchise" - which is about a monster - in spore.|
|Dominate Person||5||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1116/||Comic about confusing traffic light which can "dominate" a person.|
|Dream||5||Bard, Warlock, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/557/||Comic about the common "not ready for school" dream|
|Druidcraft||0||Druid||Transmutation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/867/||Comic about branches of zoology - zoology can be thought of as "druidcraft"|
|Earthquake||8||Cleric, Druid, Sorcerer||Evocation||V, S, M||https://blog.xkcd.com/2011/08/24/earthquakes/||Blog post about earthquakes|
|Eldritch Blast||0||Warlock||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/356/||Comic about "nerd sniping", an unconventional sort of "blast" for "hitting" nerds|
|Enhance Ability||2||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Sorcerer||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/YLg_aIlhe6I?t=23m33s||"Monster factory" episode about the stars recreating themselves in a WWE videogame, in a way "enhancing their abilities"|
|Entangle||1||Druid||Conjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/257/||Comic about code encryption, which adds complexity similar to an entanglement|
|Enthrall||2||Bard, Warlock||Enchantment||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1286/||Comic about improperly encrypted passwords, similar to the "distracting string of words" in the spell description|
|Etherealness||7||Bard, Cleric, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/644/|
|Expeditious Retreat||1||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/61/||What-if about speed bumps|
|Eyebite||6||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1015/||Comic about bad kerning, which is a "bite" to the eyes|
|Faerie Fire||1||Bard, Druid||Evocation||V||https://what-if.xkcd.com/151/|
|Faithful Hound||4||Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1193/||Comic that ends with a very large dog|
|False Life||1||Sorcerer, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/8-3jDVTLdaQ|
|Fear||3||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1242/||A chart comparing how scary things are|
|Feather Fall||1||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, M||https://youtu.be/bWvyJ05TdC8?t=13m34s|
|Feeblemind||8||Bard, Druid, Warlock, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/574/|
|Find Familiar||1||Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/413/||Comic talking about a new pet (that is actually a computer). A familiar is an animal, similar to a pet, that serves a master, usually the magic user that summoned it.|
|Find Steed||2||Paladin||Conjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1651/|
|Find the Path||6||Bard, Cleric, Druid||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/887/|
|Find Traps||2||Cleric, Druid, Ranger||Divination||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1195/|
|Finger of Death||7||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/117/|
|Fire Bolt||0||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/639/|
|Fire Shield||4||Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/video/details.php?id=1090|
|Fire Storm||7||Cleric, Druid, Sorcerer||Evocation||V, S||https://youtu.be/ujADg0nWqCw?t=15m51s|
|Flame Blade||2||Druid||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/961/|
|Flame Strike||5||Cleric||Evocation||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/J9hMe1R8eYw|
|Flaming Sphere||2||Druid, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/673/|
|Flesh to Stone||6||Warlock, Wizard||Transmutation||V,S,M||https://xkcd.com/1409/|
|Floating Disk||1||Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/50/|
|Fly||3||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/353/|
|Fog Cloud||1||Druid, Ranger, Sorcerer, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S||http://twitter.com/karlthefog|
|Forbiddance||6||Cleric||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/782/|
|Forcecage||7||Bard, Warlock, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1142/|
|Foresight||9||Bard, Druid, Warlock, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1876/|
|Freedom of Movement||4||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Ranger||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/sCOwRahm0so?t=1m8s|
|Freezing Sphere||6||Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/121/|
|Gaseous Form||3||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/146/|
|Geas||5||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Wizard||Enchantment||V||https://xkcd.com/1559/|
|Gentle Repose||2||Cleric, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/1Wl_yf86n78?t=20m|
|Giant Insect||4||Druid||Transmutation||V, S||https://youtu.be/_1jGnFt78H8?t=25m32s|
|Globe of Invulnerability||6||Sorcerer, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/153/|
|Glyph of Warding||3||Bard, Cleric, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1247/|
|Goodberry||1||Druid, Ranger||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1035/|
|Grease||1||Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/4/|
|Greater Invisibility||4||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Illusion||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/72/|
|Greater Restoration||5||Bard, Cleric, Druid||Abjuration||V, S, M||http://www.maximumfun.org/shows/my-brother-my-brother-and-me|
|Guardian of Faith||4||Cleric||Conjuration||V||https://xkcd.com/1934/|
|Guards and Wards||6||Bard, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1890/|
|Guidance||0||Cleric, Druid||Divination||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1028/|
|Guiding Bolt||1||Cleric||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1160/|
|Gust of Wind||2||Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1378/|
|Hallow||5||Cleric||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1677/||PF2e tips: "Hallow-led" Background has Dubious knowledge skill feat, fail pulls a correct information and a misinformation.|
|Hallucinatory Terrain||4||Bard, Druid, Warlock, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1472/|
|Haste||3||Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1701/|
|Heal||6||Cleric, Druid||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/218/|
|Healing Word||1||Bard, Cleric, Druid||Evocation||V||https://youtu.be/NYnldxUpYQQ|
|Heat Metal||2||Bard, Druid||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/35/|
|Hellish Rebuke||1||Warlock||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/327/|
|Heroes' Feast||6||Cleric, Druid||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/_v1v0t8Q5xg?t=7m48s|
|Heroism||1||Bard, Paladin||Enchantment||V, S||https://xkcd.com/326/|
|Hideous Laughter||1||Bard, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1974/|
|Hold Monster||5||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1604/|
|Hold Person||2||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/540/|
|Holy Aura||8||Cleric||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/145/|
|Hypnotic Pattern||3||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Illusion||S, M||https://xkcd.com/722/|
|Ice Storm||4||Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/104/|
|Identify||1||Bard, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/9/|
|Illusory Script||1||Bard, Warlock, Wizard||Illusion||S, M||https://xkcd.com/1288/|
|Imprisonment||9||Warlock, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/U4rwlvMEoj0|
|Incendiary Cloud||8||Sorcerer, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/139/|
|Inflict Wounds||1||Cleric||Necromancy||V, S||https://youtu.be/Kcd44VfN-Ro?t=3m24s|
|Insect Plague||5||Cleric, Druid, Sorcerer||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1127/|
|Instant Summons||6||Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/123/||What if about fairy demographics which are "summoned" to the first laugh of a child|
|Invisibility||2||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1080/|
|Irresistible Dance||6||Bard, Wizard||Enchantment||V||https://xkcd.com/878/|
|Jump||1||Druid, Ranger, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/kT2Y6ftxilM?t=17m37s|
|Knock||2||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V||https://xkcd.com/530/|
|Legend Lore||5||Bard, Cleric, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1350/|
|Lesser Restoration||2||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Ranger||Abjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/567/|
|Levitate||2||Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/520/|
|Light||0||Bard, Cleric, Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/13/|
|Lightning Bolt||3||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/109/|
|Locate Animals or Plants||2||Bard, Druid, Ranger||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1826/|
|Locate Creature||4||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Ranger, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1747/|
|Locate Object||2||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Ranger, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||http://bfy.tw/Dh|
|Longstrider||1||Bard, Druid, Ranger, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1065/|
|Mage Armor||1||Sorcerer, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1636/|
|Mage Hand||0||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1812/|
|Magic Circle||3||Cleric, Paladin, Warlock, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/112/|
|Magic Jar||6||Wizard||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1021/|
|Magic Missile||1||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1356/|
|Magic Mouth||2||Bard, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/37/|
|Magic Weapon||2||Paladin, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/81/|
|Magnificent Mansion||7||Bard, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/TamwFUUd9Yk?t=10m29s|
|Major Image||3||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/980/|
|Mass Cure Wounds||5||Bard, Cleric, Druid||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1793/|
|Mass Heal||9||Cleric||Evocation||V, S||https://youtu.be/1Cj8d6EcFp0|
|Mass Healing Word||3||Cleric||Evocation||V||https://xkcd.com/1520/|
|Mass Suggestion||6||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Enchantment||V, M||https://xkcd.com/1264/|
|Meld into Stone||3||Cleric, Druid||Transmutation||V, S||https://youtu.be/V5PlKZRQVgQ|
|Mending||0||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1780|
|Message||0||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1782/|
|Meteor Swarm||9||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1249/|
|Mind Blank||8||Bard, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1145/|
|Minor Illusion||0||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Illusion||S, M||https://xkcd.com/1492/|
|Mirage Arcane||7||Bard, Druid, Wizard||Illusion||V, S||https://xkcd.com/806/|
|Misty Step||2||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Conjuration||V||https://what-if.xkcd.com/126/|
|Modify Memory||5||Bard, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1156/|
|Moonbeam||2||Druid||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1738/|
|Move Earth||6||Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/723/|
|Nondetection||3||Bard, Ranger, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/937/|
|Pass Without Trace||2||Druid, Ranger||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/LHBzVTCO3nM?t=4m32s|
|Passwall||5||Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1608/|
|Phantasmal Killer||4||Wizard||Illusion||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/12/|
|Phantom Steed||3||Wizard||Illusion||V, S||https://youtu.be/U3JnZEzoL6M|
|Planar Ally||6||Cleric||Conjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/112/|
|Planar Binding||5||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1956/|
|Plane Shift||7||Cleric, Druid, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/803/|
|Plant Growth||3||Bard, Druid, Ranger||Transmutation||V, S||https://youtu.be/yV9wy9ucXgc|
|Poison Spray||0||Druid, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/144/|
|Polymorph||4||Bard, Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1094/|
|Power Word Kill||9||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Enchantment||V||https://youtu.be/VHR0EfYACAI?t=13m51s|
|Power Word Stun||8||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Enchantment||V||https://what-if.xkcd.com/|
|Prayer of Healing||2||Cleric||Evocation||V||https://xkcd.com/418/|
|Prestidigitation||0||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/942/|
|Prismatic Spray||7||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/657/|
|Prismatic Wall||9||Wizard||Abjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1271/|
|Private Sanctum||4||Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1663/#74b2196a-34fa-11e8-8001-42010a8e0006|
|Produce Flame||0||Druid||Conjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/386/|
|Programmed Illusion||6||Bard, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/303/|
|Project Image||7||Bard, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/bR0Ubck0IRA|
|Protection from Energy||3||Cleric, Druid, Ranger, Sorcerer, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/556/|
|Protection from Evil and Good||1||Cleric, Paladin, Warlock, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1303/|
|Protection from Poison||2||Cleric, Druid, Paladin, Ranger||Abjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1305/|
|Purify Food and Drink||1||Cleric, Druid, Paladin||Transmutation||V, S||https://youtu.be/ONSWw4aBBLg|
|Raise Dead||5||Bard, Cleric, Paladin||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/599/|
|Ray of Enfeeblement||2||Warlock, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S||https://xkcd.com/526/|
|Ray of Frost||0||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/312/|
|Regenerate||7||Bard, Cleric, Druid||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1024/|
|Reincarnate||5||Druid||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/WbKrlJgwI4A?t=17m33s|
|Remove Curse||3||Cleric, Paladin, Warlock, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/391/|
|Resilient Sphere||4||Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1248/|
|Resistance||0||Cleric, Druid||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/730/|
|Resurrection||7||Bard, Cleric||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com|
|Reverse Gravity||7||Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1115/|
|Revivify||3||Cleric, Paladin||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/346/|
|Rope Trick||2||Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ|
|Sacred Flame||0||Cleric||Evocation||V, S||https://www.nasa.gov/sun|
|Sanctuary||1||Cleric||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/qQVlGrwG9yo?t=11m49s|
|Scorching Ray||2||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/729|
|Scrying||5||Bard, Cleric, Druid, Warlock, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://archive.org/donate/|
|Secret Chest||4||Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1762/|
|See invisibility||2||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/401/|
|Seeming||5||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Illusion||V, S||https://xkcd.com/451/|
|Sending||3||Bard, Cleric, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/352/|
|Sequester||7||Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/646/|
|Shapechange||9||Druid, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/-aWH3-46slI?t=6m4s|
|Shatter||2||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/137/|
|Shield||1||Sorcerer, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S||https://xkcd.com/916/|
|Shield of Faith||1||Cleric, Paladin||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/129/|
|Shillelagh||0||Druid||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/LXxdC9X3hxg?t=8m6s|
|Shocking Grasp||0||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S||https://xkcd.com/242/|
|Silence||2||Bard, Cleric, Ranger||Illusion||V, S||https://xkcd.com/525/|
|Silent Image||1||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1416/|
|Simulacrum||7||Wizard||Illusion||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/1Qo1Aj_leEo|
|Sleep||1||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Enchantment||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/320/|
|Sleet Storm||3||Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/511/|
|Slow||3||Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/162/|
|Speak with Animals||1||Bard, Druid, Ranger||Divination||V, S||https://xkcd.com/1879/|
|Speak with Plants||3||Bard, Druid, Ranger||Transmutation||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/70/|
|Spider Climb||2||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/136/|
|Spike Growth||2||Druid, Ranger||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/67/|
|Spirit Guardians||3||Cleric||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/695/|
|Spiritual Weapon||2||Cleric||Evocation||V, S||https://youtu.be/A1gTbnB-Gps?t=17m2s|
|Stinking Cloud||3||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1066/|
|Stone Shape||4||Cleric, Druid, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/135/|
|Stoneskin||4||Druid, Ranger, Sorcerer, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/LlKnEgPEGmA|
|Storm of Vengeance||9||Druid||Conjuration||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/93/|
|Suggestion||2||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Enchantment||V, M||https://xkcd.com/672|
|Sunbeam||6||Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/141/|
|Sunburst||8||Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/115/|
|Telekinesis||5||Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/3/|
|Telepathic Bond||5||Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1504/|
|Thunderwave||1||Bard, Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/140/|
|Tiny Hut||3||Bard, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/905/|
|Tongues||3||Bard, Cleric, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Divination||V, M||https://xkcd.com/1137|
|Tree Stride||5||Druid, Ranger||Conjuration||V, S||https://youtu.be/IDBcGgjtFRs?t=1m3s|
|True Polymorph||9||Bard, Warlock, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||(no link?)|
|True Resurrection||9||Cleric, Druid||Necromancy||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/7-n8TZqm9Ic?t=12m36|
|True Seeing||6||Bard, Cleric, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Divination||V, S, M||http://geekwagon.net/projects/xkcd1190/|
|True Strike||0||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Divination||S||https://youtu.be/wWOVS0XQmPM?t=12m11s|
|Unseen Servant||1||Bard, Warlock, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/958/|
|Vampiric Touch||3||Warlock, Wizard||Necromancy||V, S||https://what-if.xkcd.com/98/|
|Wall of Fire||4||Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/fires/main/usa/index.html|
|Wall of Force||5||Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/147/|
|Wall of Ice||6||Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/104/|
|Wall of Stone||5||Druid, Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||https://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2003/of03-001/htmldocs/images/chart.pdf|
|Wall of Thorns||6||Druid||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1970/|
|Warding Bond||2||Cleric||Abjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1188/|
|Water Breathing||3||Druid, Ranger, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/969/|
|Water Walk||3||Cleric, Druid, Ranger, Sorcerer||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/1599/|
|Web||2||Sorcerer, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S, M||https://xkcd.com/195/|
|Wind Walk||6||Druid||Transmutation||V, S, M||https://youtu.be/zpahjcaRt6w?t=12m27s|
|Wind Wall||3||Druid, Ranger||Evocation||V, S, M||https://what-if.xkcd.com/66/|
|Zone of Truth||2||Bard, Cleric, Paladin||Enchantment||V, S||http://www.maximumfun.org/shows/adventure-zone||A reference to the Adventure Zone podcast by the McElroy family, specifically the character Merle Highchurch, who is well known for using this spell in possibly unhelpful situations.|
These 9 spells all appear with an arrow and open submenus when hovered on. The submenus are all actually from different parts of the context menu. Several of the spells are "teleportation/transportation" related which might explain why they lead you to a different place in the menu.
|Antimagic Field||8||Cleric, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S M||Utilities menu|
|Banishment||4||Cleric, Paladin, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||Do Crimes menu (even without unlocking it via Enable Dark Web)|
|Blink||3||Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S||Utilities menu|
|Counterspell||3||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Abjuration||S||Utilities menu|
|Delayed Blast Fireball||7||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||Help menu|
|Dimension Door||4||Bard, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Conjuration||V||File - Open - C:\ - Bookmarks submenu|
|Teleportation Circle||5||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Conjuration||V, M||Games menu|
|Transport via Plants||6||Druid||Conjuration||V, S||Games menu|
|Word of Recall||6||Cleric||Conjuration||V||Utilities menu|
|Acid Splash||0||Sorcerer, Wizard||Conjuration||V, S||Causes the background to change color between red, yellow, chartreuse, blue, fuchsia, and blue-violet randomly every 300ms.||Using LSD ('acid') often causes vibrant colors to 'splash' and swivel around one's visual field.|
|Animate Objects||5||Bard, Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V, S||Causes most parts of the page to begin shifting in place randomly every 100ms.||The parts, or "objects" on the page are being "animated".|
|Blur||2||Sorcerer, Wizard||Illusion||V||Causes the comic and most text to blur.||Largely self-explanatory. In D&D, the Blur spell blurs one's body to make it harder to hit. This one blurs the elements on the page.|
|Conjure Animals||3||Druid, Ranger||Conjuration||V, S||Adds a rabbit image of a random size next to the comic.||Conjures an image of an animal.|
|Darkness||2||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Evocation||V, M||Causes the comic to disappear and the background to turn black.||In D&D, the Darkness spell conjures darkness. This does largely the same thing.|
|Darkvision||2||Sorcerer, Wizard, Druid, Ranger||Transmutation||V, S, M||Causes the background to turn gray and the comic to fade. However, it does not appear to work.|
|Fireball||3||Sorcerer, Wizard||Evocation||V, S, M||Causes the page background to turn red then slowly turn white.||Fireballs caused by nuclear weapons generally appear reddish-white.|
|Mirror Image||2||Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard||Illusion||V, S||Causes the entire page to be mirrored on the vertical axis.||Here, Mirror Image "mirrors" the image, instead of conjuring "mirror images" of yourself.|
|Symbol||7||Bard, Cleric, Wizard||Abjuration||V, S, M||Changes all text on the page to use Wingdings, Webdings, Symbol, or Zapf Dingbats.||These are all dingbat fonts which replace text with symbols.|
|Time Stop||9||Sorcerer, Wizard||Transmutation||V||Pauses any currently ongoing effects. (But does not cancel them)||Time Stop is a spell that stops time. This would make sense to stop ongoing effects.|
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- On Monday, April 1st, 2019 2131: Emojidome, an April Fools' comic was released, making it look like the missing April Fools' Day comic in 2017 was an outlier.
- Here is an example of how the game looks when entered:
- This is broken on iPadOS.
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