As an action, you create a sphere of water with a 1.5-meters radius at a point you can see within 18 meters. The sphere can hover but no more than 3 meters off the ground. Any creature in the spheres space must make a Reflex saving throw.
On a successful save, a creature is ejected from that space to the nearest unoccupied space of the creature’s choice outside the sphere. A Huge or larger creature automatically succeeds on the saving throw, and a Large or smaller creature can choose to fail it.
On a failed save, a creature is engulfed by the sphere of water for the duration. While engulfed the creature is restrained, deafened, can’t speak, and can’t see anything further than 3 meters from itself. Additionally, any burning creature that is engulfed stops burning.
A creature restrained by the sphere or one that can touch the creature can use its action to make an Acrobatics or Brawn check (its choice) against your spell save DC.
On a success, the target is freed. A creature with a swimming speed has advantage on this ability check.
The sphere can restrain as many as two Medium or smaller creatures. If the sphere restrains a creature that causes it to exceed this capacity, a random creature that was already restrained by the sphere falls out of it and lands prone in a space within 1.5 meters of it.
As an action, you can move the sphere up to 9 meters in a straight line. If it moves over a pit, a cliff, or other drop-off, it safely descends until it is hovering 3 meters above the ground. Any creature restrained by the sphere moves with it. You can ram the sphere into creatures, forcing them to make the saving throw.
When the spell ends, the sphere falls to the ground and extinguishes all normal flames within 9 meters of it. Any creature restrained by the sphere is knocked prone in the space where it falls. The water then vanishes.
The sphere can restrain two additional Medium or smaller creatures for each additional mana or psi expended. The sphere can restrain Large creatures, which are equivalent to 4 Medium creatures.