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Splinter Spell Resistance (2nd level spell) The first time each round the weapon damages a creature with spell resistance, that creature’s spell resistance is reduced by 5 for 1 round. This reduction is not cumulative for multiple attacks within the same round. Rending the Shround (3pp Magus arcana) Whenever the magus makes a successful melee ...


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Specific beats general. The general rules are on p. 189-190: On your turn, you can move a distance up to your speed and take one action. You decide whether to move first or take your action first. You choose when to take a bonus action during your turn, unless the bonus action’s timing is specified ... You can break up your movement on ...


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As you quoted: When you take the Dash action, you gain extra movement for the current turn. If you knew at the start of your turn that you'd need the extra movement, then by RAW you could "take the Dash action" (but not immediately move anywhere), attack the first target, then move to the second target and attack. Given this is possible, and that you ...


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You could certainly Dash first to increase you movement allowance, then attack the first mook, then move, then attack the second mook. That's not exactly what you're asking about though, since you want to see the result of the first attack before deciding to Dash. In the strict rules as written, however, only movement is explicitly allowed to be broken up ...



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