In this dnd 5e create bonfire spell you would create a bonfire on the particular ground that you can able to see within a range. Until unless the spell ends and the magic bonfire would fill a 5-foot cube. Any of the creature in the bonfire’s space whenever you cast the spell must be succeeded on a dexterity saving throw or would take 1d8 fire damage.
Actually, a creature should also make a saving throw whenever it moves into the bonfire’s space for the very first time on a specific turn or else it ends its turn over there.
So, the bonfire ignites the flammable objects in its original area which are not being either worn or carried.
Actually, the spell’s damage would increase’s by 1d8 when you reach 5th level (2d8), 11th level (3d8), and 17th level (4d8)…etc
create bonfire vs produce flame
Basically, the produce flame (it is a cantrip), which gives you light and also a 1d8 damage (which is increasing with the levels) how ever once this spell has been used for the damage, it will be end.
But, the create bonfire (it also a cantrip spell), it gives you a same kind of damage structure as the produce flame at an equal cost, but of course the trade-off is which create bonfire 5e would be remain after dealing the damage.
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Attributes Of Create Bonfire 5E Spell
|Casting Time||1 Action|
|Classes||Druid, Sorcerer, Warlock, Wizard|
|Range/Area||60 ft (5 ft )|
Frequently Asked Questions
1 Q: Does Create Bonfire Make Light?
A: All the fires can create light. Normally, the create bonfire creates the magical bonfire. So, in 5e spells do what they say they do; Of course this dnd 5e spell creates a bonfire. You can even cook on such bonfire, the fire capable to burn you, you also can see by its light, the fire also able to be ignited flammable objects, the advantage of this fire is keep you warm in the winter.