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mxyzplk's answer is mostly correct. It can apply to all, none, or just the attacks following turning Power Attack on. To add to his answer, you can turn Power Attack on between iterative attacks. The language "You must choose to use this feat before making an attack roll" is worded so that you can't look at the die result and then determine if you want to ...


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Power Attack applies to all or no attacks that round (and until right before your next turn), as described in the feat (though you can "turn on" the ability before making any attack roll, so you could make some attacks without it and then turn it on for later attacks, if you really wanted to, but you can't turn it off again till your next turn). If you have ...


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As the friend in question, my claim is that Steal Health, as written, is a Supernatural ability granting a touch attack, analogous to a lamia's Wisdom Drain. This is not a supernatural ability that can be activated as a standard action to gain a touch attack charge, as though casting a touch spell; the wording doesn't support that. It is an always-available ...


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Your friend would be right, except that he missed some key information about specific vs general. The Lich's paralyzing touch attack is a secondary natural weapon, but only because it's specifically noted as such: A lich has a touch attack that it can use once per round as a natural weapon. A lich fighting without weapons uses its natural weapons (if ...


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Combat is treated just as it would should you be on foot, you would make a ride check to guide the mount as a free action and then make an attack at the end of your charge. If you are using a Lance you would double your damage at the end of the charge. I have included a bunch of text that, for the most part, is relevant below: Mounted Combat With a DC 5 ...



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