Post Closed as "primarily opinion-based" by Miniman, DuckTapeAl, Thomas Jacobs, Oblivious Sage, LegendaryDude occurred Jan 8 '17 at 19:13 4 spell case edited Jan 8 '17 at 3:04 nitsua60♦ 81.9k1919 gold badges337337 silver badges451451 bronze badges When most imagine Meteor Swarmmeteor swarm they would imagine a meteor covered in fire plummeting downwards towards your enemies. However the PHB specifies it as "Blazing orb of fire" (and not a rock)... yet it also says creatures will take bludgeoning damage which would not make much sense if it was just a ball of fire. Is it actually a meteor or is it just a giant ball of fire? (If it's a rock, since it's quite a big meteor, would the creature get stuck under it?) When most imagine Meteor Swarm they would imagine a meteor covered in fire plummeting downwards towards your enemies. However the PHB specifies it as "Blazing orb of fire" (and not a rock)... yet it also says creatures will take bludgeoning damage which would not make much sense if it was just a ball of fire. Is it actually a meteor or is it just a giant ball of fire? (If it's a rock, since it's quite a big meteor, would the creature get stuck under it?) When most imagine meteor swarm they would imagine a meteor covered in fire plummeting downwards towards your enemies. However the PHB specifies it as "Blazing orb of fire" (and not a rock)... yet it also says creatures will take bludgeoning damage which would not make much sense if it was just a ball of fire. Is it actually a meteor or is it just a giant ball of fire? (If it's a rock, since it's quite a big meteor, would the creature get stuck under it?) 3 deleted 183 characters in body; added 90 characters in body edited Jan 8 '17 at 3:03 doppelgreener♦ 33.4k1111 gold badges141141 silver badges235235 bronze badges Now whenWhen most imagine Meteor Swarm they would imagine a meteor covered in fire plummeting downwards towards your enemies. However is it actually a meteor or is it just a giant ball of fire as the PHB specifies it as ("Blazing"Blazing orb of fire" (and not a rock)? However,... yet it also says creatures will take bludgeoning damage which would not make much sense if it was just a ball of fire.   It also specifies thatIs it isactually a "40-foot-radius sphere" whichmeteor or is it just a giant ball of fire? (If it's a rock, since it's quite large. So If something like that fell directly on a creaturebig meteor, would thatthe creature not beget stuck underneath the meteorunder it?  ) Now when most imagine Meteor Swarm they would imagine a meteor covered in fire plummeting downwards towards your enemies. However is it actually a meteor or is it just a giant ball of fire as the PHB specifies it as ("Blazing orb of fire")? However, it also says creatures will take bludgeoning damage which would not make much sense if it was just a ball of fire.   It also specifies that it is a "40-foot-radius sphere" which is quite large. So If something like that fell directly on a creature would that creature not be stuck underneath the meteor?   When most imagine Meteor Swarm they would imagine a meteor covered in fire plummeting downwards towards your enemies. However the PHB specifies it as "Blazing orb of fire" (and not a rock)... yet it also says creatures will take bludgeoning damage which would not make much sense if it was just a ball of fire. Is it actually a meteor or is it just a giant ball of fire? (If it's a rock, since it's quite a big meteor, would the creature get stuck under it?) 2 quotes, not backtics edited Jan 8 '17 at 2:58 nitsua60♦ 81.9k1919 gold badges337337 silver badges451451 bronze badges Now when most imagine Meteor Swarm they would imagine a meteor covered in fire plummeting downwards towards your enemies. However is it actually a meteor or is it just a giant ball of fire as the PHB specifies it as (Blazing orb of fire"Blazing orb of fire")? However, it also says creatures will take bludgeoning damage which would not make much sense if it was just a ball of fire. It also specifies that it is a 40-foot-radius sphere"40-foot-radius sphere" which is quite large. So If something like that fell directly on a creature would that creature not be stuck underneath the meteor? Now when most imagine Meteor Swarm they would imagine a meteor covered in fire plummeting downwards towards your enemies. However is it actually a meteor or is it just a giant ball of fire as the PHB specifies it as (Blazing orb of fire)? However, it also says creatures will take bludgeoning damage which would not make much sense if it was just a ball of fire. It also specifies that it is a 40-foot-radius sphere which is quite large. So If something like that fell directly on a creature would that creature not be stuck underneath the meteor? Now when most imagine Meteor Swarm they would imagine a meteor covered in fire plummeting downwards towards your enemies. However is it actually a meteor or is it just a giant ball of fire as the PHB specifies it as ("Blazing orb of fire")? However, it also says creatures will take bludgeoning damage which would not make much sense if it was just a ball of fire. It also specifies that it is a "40-foot-radius sphere" which is quite large. So If something like that fell directly on a creature would that creature not be stuck underneath the meteor? 1 asked Jan 8 '17 at 2:54 Deahzgrexofe 1,83244 gold badges2828 silver badges5555 bronze badges