I play a Cleric and plan to take the Elven Accuracy feat. Thus, my spells that use attack rolls would be greatly improved. But how do I find them? Is setting the Attack Type in the advanced filter the only way? The results show only 5 spells; I find it disappointing to think that's all there is, but if that's the case then I want to know, and not to look for something I haven't actually lost.
There are only six cleric spells that call for an attack roll, though three subclasses have more.
I’ve manually reviewed the entire cleric spell list; the list of five spells listed in D&D Beyond with the filters for melee and ranged attacks is missing one:
- guiding bolt (ranged)
- inflict wounds (melee)
- spiritual weapon (melee)
- contagion (melee)
- dispel evil and good (melee)
- plane shift (melee, to banish an unwilling creature to the specified plane)
However, some cleric domains get more in addition to this list from their domain spells. For example, the Death Domain gets three more attack spells:
Here is the quick summary of which subclasses get additional attack roll spells:
Kirt provided a helpful comment on your question that I think gives a good perspective on your situation here:
Don't be too disappointed by the number of spells before you consider their utility, and remember the fable of The Cat & the Fox. It is likely that you are going to be 'spamming' these spells anyway, and their solid interaction with Elven Accuracy is great. Both guiding bolt and inflict wounds have great damage output and scale with slot level, and spiritual weapon gives you an extra attack each round; you will likely be using these for most of your level 1-4 slots.