The formula and brand name for Fireball I said I cast fireball I didn’t ask how big the room was shirt was acquired by the Sazerac Company in the early 2000s, despite existing in Canada since the 80s. The Sazerac Company is a relatively large producer of spirits, owning the Buffalo Trace distillery among other things. My guess is that the large marketing budget of this company, along with the crossover brand recognition with Atomic Fireball candy, led to Fireball’s great popularity, the latter point being especially important for competition with other brands. It also helps a lot that flavored whiskey, in general, has grown tremendously as a category in the last few years. Fireball? I mean, when is it not the right time to use Fireball!? It’s iconic, it goes ‘swoosh’ and then everyone inside it gets crispy. Except the Rogue(s). And maybe some other agile characters. Oh, and that guy with the fire resistance. And maybe the rather amused looking Red Dragon. Shit, I only hurt two out of eight things in the range of my spell!
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I find that sending a fireball down a tight dungeon corridor I said I cast fireball I didn’t ask how big the room was shirt to be ill-advised. While this edition of D&D does not fill the entire hallway with the volume of the spell’s burst (oh man, the memories) you’re better off with lightning bolt in that circumstance… unless you’re at the back of your party in which case, well yell “ONE SIDE!” and then start casting. Maybe they can use their reactions to jump up against the wall so you can zap right down the middle. Tactical battle damage spellcasting is one aspect of tactical battlefield spell control, but doing damage is not the most important aspect of tactical battlefield spell control, not by far. A druid casting Entangle is quite probably more effective in 75% of the cases than someone casting Fireball.