A successfully conjured Refreshment Table

Ritual of Refreshment is a level 70 mage spell that creates a Refreshment Table. This table allows players to get a stack of [Conjured Mana Biscuit], similar to a Soulwell. Each click of the refreshment table gives 20 biscuits to the player, with each biscuit restoring 7500 health and 7200 mana over 30 seconds. The table will last for 3 minutes or until 50 stacks of biscuits have been handed out.

The ritual's primary use is in parties to save the mage from spending excessive amounts of time conjuring food and water. The ritual requires a reagent, [Arcane Powder] x 2 (rank 2 requires [Arcane Powder] x 5), and will require two other players to complete as is standard with all ritual spells.

Learning Ritual of Refreshment requires Conjure Water (rank 9) and Conjure Food (Rank 8). These spells used to be only learnable from the two drops Tome of Conjure Water IX and Tome of Conjure Food VIII, respectively. Now they can be learned from Mage trainers.


This spell was introduced in Patch 2.3.[1][2] On the PTR, it originally required a [Rune of Portals], but was changed to [Arcane Powder] during testing.

The maximum amount of Conjured Mana Biscuit a character can have in his/her inventory is limited to 80.

Rank table Edit

Gives Rank Level Cost
Inv misc food 100[Conjured Mana Biscuit] 1 70 10Gold 80Silver Bc icon
Ability mage conjurefoodrank10[Conjured Mana Strudel] 2 80 13Gold 50Silver Wrath-Logo-Small


  1. ^ Vaneras 2007-09-27. Upcoming changes for the Mage class. WoW EU Mage forums. Retrieved on 2007-10-14.
  2. ^ Drysc 2007-09-26. Re: What is in store for 2.3? Cherry pie Here. WoW US Mage forums. Retrieved on 2007-10-11.

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