Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

I'd say "Show them!" is the best you could do. The bad guys have all the options as well. Let them use Create Advantage and Overcome to their advantage and let the players figure it out. My players learned to use these "obscure" actions, when the Evil Spirit Ninja created the aspect "I'm to fast for you to even attack me!" on himself. This (being an ...


4

Not due to their BAB, but a Magus, specifically can cast and attack as part of the same action. Normal spellcasters do not have this capability, unless explicitly granted by feat, prestige class, or other capability. The Magus has two relevant abilities. Spell Combat : At 1st level, a magus learns to cast spells and wield his weapons at the same time. ...


1

No, you cannot. Casting is a standard action, and no matter what you only get 1 standard action per round. Multiple attacks due to high BAB changes your attack from a standard action to a full round action. You can, however, take the feat Quicken Spell so that you cast one spell as a standard action and one as a swift action, but you still only get one ...


7

Unfortunately, it would require your action. You can sheath a weapon or draw a weapon using your free object interaction, but not both. (Addendum: The Dual Wielder feat allows you to draw 2 weapons or sheath 2 weapons using a single object interaction. Note that this does nothing to fix your problem, it just seemed worth mentioning.) A Rogue is absolutely ...



Top 50 recent answers are included