Recreation allows the player to quickly recover from raids or attacks from aggressive animals. It is especially useful in the early game due to the importance of individual Peasants in resource acquisition, but its use in the late-game is limited. The Peasants must have been dead for two minutes or less. After that, they cannot be recreated. It is best used after the enemy raiders have either been killed or moved on as simply reviving the Peasant after their death would put them at risk of being attacked again right away. Recreation must be cast within the player's Line of Sight so they should always have a fast unit, such as a Scout Cavalry, ready to seek out the fallen Peasants.
- One small quirk of Recreation is that recreated villagers may change their gender.
- Recreation cannot be used on Peasants that have been killed by the special attacks of Argi, Cyclopes or Medusae.