Bless 5e – D&D 5th Edition Spell Guide

Bless Attributes

  • Level: 1st
  • Casting Time: 1 action
  • Range: 30 feet
  • Components: V S M (A sprinkling of holy water)
  • Duration: Concentration, Up to 1 minute
  • Classes: Cleric, Paladin
  • School: Enchantment
  • Attack/Save: None
  • Damage/Effect: Buff

You will be blessed with a range of up to three creatures that you like. When the targeted attack roll or save throw before the spell ends, the target d4 can be rolled and the number rolled up to the attack roll or saving throw can be added.

Bless is a type of spell by which you can bless someone with some powers. Make sure that the selected peoples who you want to bless must be in your range. The range of this blessing is about 30 feet from you. You can bless up to 3 people who are standing in your range. If you want to bless yourself then you can because the range of this spell is 30 feet and you’re also standing in this range while applying this spell. When the target makes an attack or a saving roll before the end of the spell then it can roll a d4 and also add the numbers to the attack roll. Well, this is the evocation of the basic level or we can say 1st level. Bless enhances its power to affect the selected creatures at a higher level.


At a higher level, the power of the effect of blessing is increased. When you cast this spell with the help of a spell slot of 2nd and higher level then you can add one more creature in your blessing. So, you can bless up to 4 creatures who’re in your range at a higher level. Bless is quite good, it is mostly used when you’re standing with the creature who attains a higher AC.


The casting of this spell is only 1. You can add characters into the range of 30 feet. The duration of this spell is short. The effect of this spell is only for up to 1 minute. The classes of this spell are Cleric and Paladin. You can’t stack the 2 instances who’re equally blessed by you but sometimes it stacks with the appearance of advantage rule. You can also stack the spell but it doesn’t stack in most of the cases.

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