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Under no circumstances is a wand classified as a one-handed weapon. It does not appear on the weapons table, and all it is capable of doing is letting the user cast the spell contained within: This wand has 7 charges. While holding it, you can use an action to expend 1 or more of its charges to cast the magic missile ...


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Fighters can. Action surge means you can use one action to dash, and the other to attack. Using action surge is a feature, and does not require a bonus action. Outside of that feature... Bonus actions aside seems to be a weird stipulation to put on this being that that is pretty much the only way you could both dash and attack. You move on your turn, and ...


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Leaving aside spells and class features that allow dashing as a bonus action, the Haste spell would allow a character to use the attack action and dash action on the same turn, and a fighter's Action Surge would allow a full attack action and a dash action. A sorcerer could also quicken either Booming Blade or Green Flame Blade to make an attack as a ...


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No The crossbow expertise feat benefit triggers "[w]hen you use the Attack action". However, the wand of magic missile allows you to "…expend 1 or more of its charges to cast the magic missile spell from it. That is the Cast a Spell action, not the Attack action. Since you're not using the Attack action, the benefits don't apply.


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As per the DMG, activating a magic item does not fall under "Use an Item" (it cannot, for example, be used with Fast Hands). The game doesn't specify exactly what it is classed as, so I just call it the "Activate a Magic Item" action. On the other hand, some magic items let you cast a spell, in which case it comes under the "Cast a Spell" action. (Hat-tip ...



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