New answers tagged actions
Well, you are correct in that point. You can't normally do two standards, but you can do two moves or a move and a standard. However, regarding this comment of yours on the answer of Matthew Najmon: makes sense, so casting a spell and then attacking with a weapon is not doable in 1 round right? That is perfectly doable with the right spell. It ...
That is correct. You get either a full-round action, or one each of a standard and a move. A second move can be substituted in place of the standard, but a second standard cannot be substituted for the move. Here's a complete overview of action types, as well as a nifty overview of what action is of which type.
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