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Directed Spell

Some spells, while not requiring your concentration, require you to make decisions about what happens with their effects for the duration of the spell. For example, if you have cast Magic Monitor, you have control over the monitor for the duration of the spell. When you make decisions for the monitor, these decisions are considered reactions and don't use up your action in the round. The effects of spells directed in this way always happen once, whenever you're able to act in the round.

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