Hello everyone! Welcome to dndtopics and thank you for supporting our cantrip series. Today we’re going to be looking at produce flame spell 5e. This fiery spell is usable only by the druid and anyone have access to their spell lists for you magic initiate out there. It is found in the players handbook so everyone should have access to it. Let’s take a quick look at some of the mechanics here. In any case if you’ve missed out to check our dnd 5e spells official list then please go and check the page it has lot more content there.
- Level: Cantrip
- Casting Time: 1 Action
- Range/Area: Self
- Components: V,S
- Duration: 10 Minutes
- School: Conjuration
- Attack/Save: Ranged
- Damage/Effect: Fire
In this Produce Flame 5E one of the flickering flame do appear in your hand. The flame would remain there for a specific duration and even harms neither to you nor to your equipment. The flame would shed brighter light within a 10 foot radius and in dim light for an additional 10 feet. Actually, the spell ends if you dismiss it like an action or else if you will cast this spell once again.
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You can even also attack by the flame, although doing so ends the dnd Produce Flame spell. But whenever you cast this spell or else like an action on a next turn and you can hurl the flame at a creature within a distance of 30 feet from you. Make a ranged spell attack. So, on a hit, the target will take 1d8 fire damage.
At Higher Levels:
This spell’s damage actually increases by 1d8 whenever you reach 5th level the damage increases by 2d8, at 11th level 3d8 and at 17th level the damage will be 4d8.
Attributes Of DnD 5E Produce Flame
|Casting Time||1 action|
|Target||Self or a creature within 30 feet of you|
You can only target a creature with this spell. I would make the argument that well the flame is in your hand you can do whatever you like with it. So that includes lighting campfires, lighting torches as you’re working your way down a dungeons. So you don’t get lost and all the sneaks up behind you or burning down a potential building should you need to.