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When the dampen spell is cast, the area of effect is permeated by a fog-like dampness that leaves all material within damp to the touch. This is hard on parchment, but it does make parchment and like substances hard to set aflame. Those in the area of effect of the dampen cantrip are wrapped in a light fog, and objects in this fog, while still visible, lose their detail.
The reverse of the spell, dry, removes dampness and excess moisture from materials in the area of effect. It is useful for drying cloth or herbs and for cleaning chores.
Note: This spell originally appeared in this form in Unearthed Arcana for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons from TSR. Its use here is for the purposes of providing context for the campaign only.