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It's Luck modifier (-3 to +3) that gets subtracted, not Luck score. For example, a cleric with a positive Luck modifier and a low d4 result on their first Disapproval roll would have to deal with this 0 or lower situation. DCC isn't written with the kind of exacting technical detail that provides bounds checking on its tables. Disapproval is a very common ...


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You treat it as 1. The 1 should be 1 or less.


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All the Warcaster feat does is negates the need to have one hand free to cast the Somatic component of spells, so long as your hands are occupied by either weapons and/or a shield. It doesn't allow you to cast spells through a weapon. Inflict Wounds allows you to make a melee spell attack not a melee weapon attack. As such, unless otherwise stated in the ...


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While there is no "touch attack" in 5e D&D, let's walk through how Inflict Wounds works. Inflict Wounds has both Verbal and Somatic components. Somatic components require: A free use of at least one hand to perform these gestures. (p. 203 PHB). The simplest thing to do in the usual case is to drop or sheathe the mace and cast Inflict Wounds, per ...


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Since this is a bit of a wall of text, the upfront answers to this question are "you can worship two gods, but only get power from one outside of a couple specific circumstances" and "blackguards of Luthic are a-okay." Moving on, though: Worship of Two Gods: Maybe There are a couple important rules regarding this question scattered about in various books. ...


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You may only have one spell-granting god (with the exception of gods are are actually a bunch of dudes, like the Sovereign Host in Eberron). Page 32, PHB: Deity, Domains, and Domain Spells: Choose a deity for your cleric. Sample deities are listed on Table 3–7: Deities and described on page 106–108. The cleric’s deity influences his alignment, what ...


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It depends upon what you ask your god to do, and how the DM wants your god to respond. Divine Intervention: Beginning at 10th level, you can call on your deity to intervene on your behalf when your need is great. You tell the DM you're going to use this feature (using your action if you are in combat), you roll percentile dice, and if you are ...


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Ask your DM: Describe the assistance you seek […] The DM chooses the nature of the intervention (PHB, p. 59) That is all you or I know about this. We can't tell you what form it will or can take, because the literal rule is that the DM gets to make something up that seems appropriate to the exact situation and your specific request at the time. Whether ...


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The prestige class arachnomancer (Drow of the Underdark 65-8) says You gain access to the Spider domain and the granted power associated with the domain (rebuke spiders as an evil cleric rebukes undead, a number of times per day equal to 3 + your Cha modifier). (65) Hence a level 1 arachnomancer rebukes spiders like a level 1 cleric rebukes undead—no ...


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No. Unless you have some trait which says otherwise, caster levels do not stack with cleric levels for the purpose of turning. However, most classes which turn like a cleric use that class's levels instead of cleric levels, and all "turning class" levels stack. (Though as far as I know, it's still an open question how e.g. a spider turning class stacks ...


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As AceCalhoon and Airatome and others have already noted, the DMG (p. 96) states in the section preamble that the Death domain and Oathbreaker options are "for" evil characters. I will note, though, that while the paladin Oathbreaker explicitly requires an evil paladin, nowhere in the Death domain description does it similarly say that evil is required. ...



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