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Just as the title says. I play a Bard, College of Lore. At 6th character level I will be able to pick up two spells, of up to 3rd spell level, from any class. I know we will be on the long-term adventure with no easy way to get food and drinks. Goodberries could make it much easier for us, but I do not want to "waste" a 3rd level spell known for a 1st level spell if there is something of more power available to me.
Preference is for material from Player’s Handbook and Xanathar’s Guide To Everything as it is automatically allowed. If there are multiple spells that meet the requirement, the one with the widest utility wins. If there are none, the highest level and biggest utility are the factor.
Over the course of years, how would you appropriately maximize food production for a town or city? If you assume the small city/large town and its very large (100-mile radius) surrounding area can be created with this goal in mind, what spells and magic items could be useful? This should be ruling out spells that are very small individual buffs(Haste, Enlarge/Reduce etc). These options should be more efficient than Plant Growth unless they are lower level/repeatable. Creative options like the Decanter of Endless Water and similar would also be helpful!
I am asking this as a player: the premise is creating a city. Any spells are acceptable, lower magic is preferred(1-5), but higher-level options are also good to know. This question has a broader application than this related question that is only about the plant growth spell’s applicability.
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My Ranger character has the Urchin personality trait of "I hide scraps of food and trinkets away in my pockets", which I have been RPing, without thought for much benefit. I have been just saying in story that every time we eat a meal I tell the DM I am taking 1 or 2 scraps, which I have been tracking in my inventory. Occasionally if the food available is specific ("Meat pie" and "biscuit") I have put that in a special section of my inventory "Food hidden in pockets" specifically for the personality trait, without much thought for if they get used or rot in my pockets.
I had assumed that being so generic they were similar to "rations" in longevity, as it is part of the Urchin background where the purpose would be to avoid starvation, ie. a homeless child hiding away their own rations from scraps they gather, though I haven’t actually attempted or thought of using them yet. It’s been mostly for the fun of RP.
In our latest session some questions we can’t seem to satisfy our pedantry on have come up.
- What are food scraps?
- Do they go bad, and after how long?
- Is their longevity different from or similar to rations?
I suggested that yes definitely the "meat pie" is now spoiled and changed the biscuit to "stale biscuit". But what of these scraps and what exactly they are, we can’t seem to google up a precedent.
The spell create food and water says:
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.
When you cast this spell, how is the food and water presented? What I mean is, surely it doesn’t just dump food and water all over the floor (the water at least wouldn’t be of any use to anyone then), so does it come with plates and barrels (30 gallons is a lot of water, surely it would need large containers)? Do you have to put out plates and barrels first and then when you cast it the food and water fills the plates/barrels? How exactly does this work, or is that simply up to the DM to decide?
When coronavirus happened I got carried away and panic bought tinned food. I know have approximately 48 cans of tomato soup 24 cans of chicken soup 24 cans of vegetable soup 48 cans of corned beef 48 cans of baked beans 48 cans of marrowfat peas 24 cans of potatoes 8 cans of sweetcorn 12 cans of tuna chunks 8 cans of chilli con carne Obviously it’s going to take a while to get through all of that. Is it possible to store these goods in the freezer to extend their shelf life?