Does the 5e D&D spell Faerie Fire provoke a Dexterity saving throw? Part of the description states:
Any creature in the area when the spell is cast is also outlined in
light if it fails a Dexterity saving throw.
It does not state that the creatures in the area of effect must make a save.
It is missing the usual conditional statement:
The target must succeed on a (X) saving throw or (Y)
In other words, does a creature in the area of effect of the Faerie Fire when it cast have to make a save?
To me this sounds as if a creature is outlined in light when it fails a dexterity saving throw while simultaneously finding itself in the area of effect of Faerie Fire while the spell is being cast. These are hard conditions to meet.