Create Food and Water 5e is an amazing DnD spell that you can use against your opponents in the exciting game of D&D. This is a very cool spell. Anyone belonging to the class of Artificer, Cleric, Paladin can use this dramatic spell. You can find this spell in the Players Handbook which is a must to have book as it has great content.

In this article, I will tell you everything you need to know about this DnD 5e spell. So just keep reading this article to use this amazing spell.

Create Food and Water 5e

Spell NameCreate Food and Water 5e
SourcePLAYER’S HANDBOOK, page 229.
Casting TimeAction
Range30 feet
ClassArtificer, Cleric, Paladin
SubclassDivine Soul Sorcerer, Genie Warlock, Land (Desert) Druid, Land Druid, Alchemist Artificer (Revisited)
RacesHalfling (Mark of Hospitality)

Create Food and Water 5e Expalined

To use Create Food and Water 5e spell just point your opponent. The target should be within the range of 30 feet (9 meters) from you. Now point at the target.

You create 45 pounds of food and 30 gallons of water on the ground or in containers within range, enough to sustain up to fifteen humanoids or five steeds for 24 hours. The food is bland but nourishing, and spoils if uneaten after 24 hours. The water is clean and doesn’t go bad.

More Info

The casting time of this spell is 1 action and the range of attack is 30 feet. The duration of the spell is instantaneous. The level of this Dnd spell is 3. You do not have to perform any separate rituals to use this spell.

The components of the spell are somatic and verbal. Meaning you have to gesture with one hand while speaking the incantation. The school is conjuration.


So this is it! Above is all the information that you need to use the spell effectively on your opponents. If you have any cool ideas or interesting stories about this spell, I would love to hear them down in the comment section.

I hope that you will have a great day, and as always, happy casting.

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