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The benefit of the feat Mounted Combat says Once per round when your mount is hit in combat, you may attempt a Ride check (as a reaction) to negate the hit. The hit is negated if your Ride check ...

In Player's Handbook 2 (D&D 3.5), there's a feat called "Telling Blow": When you strike an opponent's vital areas, you draw on your ability to land crippling blows to make the most of your ...

I'm adjacent to an opponent that threatens me. I use the feat Spellsong to conceal that I'm casting a spell. My Perform check result bests my opponent's Perception or Sense Motive skill check. Do I ...

Cantrips generally get more powerful as you progress in your spellcasting class. The Spell Sniper feat allows casting a cantrip. If you pick a Spell Sniper cantrip from another class will the damage ...

I'm trying to remember the name of a feat that allows you to convert power points to spell slots and vice versa

I remember a set of feats that expanded what you could do with readied actions. I believe it was two or three feats that let you ready general actions like a move or full round with no trigger to ...

We're playing a game with the Speed Factor initiative variant, which gives bonuses and penalties to your initiative every round based on what weapons and actions you're using. Ranged, Loading weapons ...

One can increase ability scores at 4th and 8th level, or take a feat instead with the optional rule. Assuming player-characters built with point-buy rules, one is probably going to start up with a 16 ...

Great Weapon Master grants the option to take a -5 to your attack roll in order to get a +10 bonus to damage. Due to bounded accuracy, that's a pretty big hit on your chances that's not easy to ...

Related: usable objects with Fast Hands The Healer feat states: [...] As an action, you can spend one use of a healer’s kit to tend to a creature and restore 1d6 + 4 hit points to it, plus ...

A ghost is incorporeal and thus has no strength and normally cannot manipulate things on the material plane, however with the Ghostly Grasp feat ( Libris Mortis: The Book of Undead, p. 27) You can ...

Is it possible to stack Manyshot, Deadeye Shot and Ranged Precision Attack against one target? For example, imagine I ready a ranged attack to occur when my ally strikes an enemy. That target ...

This is my first try at home-brewing feats and I wanted to get some advice from the community. The idea is to make a feat that is flavored for a combat medic. Something that can improve potential ...

The corpse crafter feat from Libris Mortis p.25 reads: Undead you raise or create are tougher than normal. Benefit: Each undead you raise or create with any necromancy spell gains a +4 ...

As a rogue I'm planning to take Magic Initiate with warlock class. [...] Your spellcasting ability for these spells depends on the class you chose: Charisma for warlock [...] cantrip 1: Booming ...

The Crossbow Expert feat says: When you use the Attack action and attack with a one-handed weapon, you can use a bonus action to attack with a hand crossbow you are holding. While I am aware that ...

The Indomitable Soul feat (PHB II, p. 80) grants the following benefit: Benefit: Whenever you make a Will save against a mind-affecting or fear ability, you can roll 2d20 and use the higher of ...

Can the shield push from the Shield Master feat be taken before an attack? i.e. Push prone, follow up with an attack while they're down. Shield Master You use shields not just for protection ...

The Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting is the only source I'm aware of for the feat Create Portal (34). The feat is untouched by errata and has as its only prerequisite the feat Craft Wondrous Item (PH ...

If my character chooses Ritual Caster for his 1st-level Variant Human feat and gains find familiar, can he cast cure wounds via the familiar due to it being a touch spell? Also, can he move the ...

So I am running a 9th-level 3.5e campaign for a mix of new and old players. Since not everyone has a handbook, I've been keeping generally to the SRD rule base, since all my players can look them up. ...

Some class features, monster traits, and feats allow you to take a −5 to your attack roll in order to gain a +10 to your damage roll. At first glance this looks really good, but when will it deal more ...

I've always wondered this, but reaction attacks such as those given by certain feats and classes, i.e.: Sentinel (Lets you attack an enemy as a reaction that attacks anybody that hurts your allies in ...

I'm DMing a 5e campaign, and one of the players is a ranger (currently level 1) who wants to be able to shoot two arrows at once. I said he could do so, but at disadvantage for both arrows, which I ...

Is there the equivalent of 3.5's Vow of poverty (Book of exalted deeds - Pg. 48) in 5e? I'm looking for the AC bonuses mostly, but the other bonuses are nothing to sneeze at. I know it will ...

I play a level 5 Monk Kensei/level 1 Druid, have a Polearm master feat, with Shillelagh spell. I try to Extra attack(Monk feature) with a quarter staff and an unarmed strike, then do a bonus end ...

I was browsing an older question recently thanks to a duplicate, and I found that the accepted answer for that question said something odd: Sounds obvious. When you have advantage, there is a good ...

Assume two 1st level Rogues, Alice and Beatrice. Alice gained 3 levels of Rogue and on her 4th level of Rogue, instead of an ability score increase she picked up the Martial Adept feat. She later ...

I have seen in Treantmonk's guide that Deadly Aim is a necessity, but I have also seen comments that you miss too much and end up doing less damage. Is there any analysis that can I can be shown just ...

I took the Sharpshooter feat at level one, as a variant human. Let's say I have a hit bonus of ATK_MOD and I do on average AVG_DMG damage. Based on the perceived enemy's AC, when is it worth it to ...

Multiple style feats, such as; Djinni spin, Efreeti touch, Marid coldsnap, and Shaitan earthblast, all say to deal 'unarmed strike damage' as part of their effect. Does that include modifiers to your ...

The prestige class apostle of peace in its weapons and armor proficiency class feature says As part of their sacred vows, apostles of peace forswear the use of armor, though they may wear magic ...

The feat deadly chill from Libris Mortis (p.25) reads: Each corporeal undead you raise or create with any necromancy spell deals an extra 1d6 points of cold damage with its natural weapons. Would ...

From the Class Guide, Steadfast Personality allows you to add your CHA to Will saves instead of WIS. Are there other feats that let you add your CHA to your Fortitude or Reflex saves too?

My magus has Magical Lineage (Shocking Grasp) and Intensified Spell. My magus can cast a Shocking Grasp with a 1 level spell slot up to 10CL. At level 6, I chose the magus arcana Empowered Magic (Su):...

Magical Lineage: Pick one spell when you choose this trait. When you apply metamagic feats to this spell that add at least 1 level to the spell, treat its actual level as 1 lower for determining ...

Say I play a wizard who learns cure wounds by taking magic initiate. Could I cast that spell using the Wizard's spell slots?

I'm playing a lv4 Cleric who uses a quarterstaff and a shield. If I choose Magic Initiate as my lv4 feat and pick the Shillelagh cantrip, will I be able to cast it on my weapon without having to free ...

Sorcerer through the Orc or Draconic bloodline can add +1 per die rolled. As a Shocking Grasp Magus, I would love to get that. I could dip. Lets explore another (cheesy?) way. Eldritch Heritage is a ...

We are starting at level 3, 5th edition, and this are my current stats: Str-8 Dex-16 Con-14 Int-11 Wis-10 Charisma-16 I'm currently considering it simply for the ability to be able to cast spells ...

I know there is language about opportunity attacks that says: You also don’t provoke an opportunity attack when you teleport or when someone or something moves you without using your movement, ...

Medusa's Wrath: Whenever you use the full-attack action and make at least one unarmed strike, you can make two additional unarmed strikes at your highest base attack bonus. These bonus attacks must ...

The War Caster feat gives the ability to cast certain spells as reactions, which creates some ambiguous rules. So far I've found: Command: the spell states that the creature must do a specified ...

In D&D 5e, can a 5th level fighter shoot a hand crossbow 4 times per turn using the Crossbow Expert feat? Extra Attack, PHB p. 72: Beginning at 5th level, you can attack twice, instead of once,...

One of my player's is curious about how weapon finesse applies to his weasel familiar, which deals 1d3–4 plus attach melee damage. The decrease is due to the weasel having a strength ability score of ...

The second bullet point of the Healer feat relates to healing a patient 1d6+4+Max HD and says that a "creature can't regain hit points from this feat again until it finishes a short or long rest." ...

Polearm master vs disengage I have a pike, Polearm Master, and Sentinel feats. An enemy that already takes Disengage action moves toward me. The Polearm Master feat gives me an opportunity attack ...

So I know that specific beats generic, but I'm not fully sure about polearm master. Anyone know for sure how these should interact? Have there been official rulings? If I start a disengage action, ...

Are you able to make opportunity attacks if you're dazed and have the feat Persistent Threat? Persistent Threat - While you are dazed, you can still flank enemies, and you can take an opportunity ...

Can an Elven Samurai still benefit from Elven Accuracy if it uses Rapid Strike? Elven Accuracy [...] Whenever you have advantage on an attack roll using Dexterity, Intelligence, Wisdom, ...

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