The dnd 5e make bonfire spell would allow you to create a bonfire anywhere you can see. The magical bonfire would cover a 5-foot cube, until the spell ends. 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.
The bonfire then ignites the flammable items in their original areas that are not being 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.
The create bonfire (also a spell that cantrips) gives you the same type of damage as the produce flame, at an equal cost. But the trade-off is that the create bonfire 5e will be recast after you have dealt the damage.
Also, read: sleep 5e spell
Attributes Of Create Bonfire 5E Spell
|Casting time||1 Action|
|Classes||Druids, Sorcerers, Warlocks, Wizards|
|Range/Area||60 feet (5 ft)|
Frequently Asked Question
1 Q: Does creating bonfire make light?
A: All fires can produce light. The create bonfire spell creates the magical bonfire. The 5e spells are true to their word. You can cook on such a bonfire.