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Yes, in the form of an ape, you can. The only reason why the druid of lower then 18 level can't cast spells with no verbal component while shaped into an ape, is Wild Shape feature specifically stating, that he can't. He can use either focus, pouch or individual components as any creature with hands can. When druid gains Beast Spells, he no longer ...


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RAW: Yes Because Relentless Endurance requires that you hit 0 hitpoints to function, because wildshape has specific rules for hitting 0 hitpoints (meaning you can actually hit 0 in wildshape), and because your race feature still applies, you can use your Relentless Endurance to stay in wildshape once per long rest. This is no different from every other ...


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Yes you can The rules for wildshape clearly state that you retain any benefits of features from your race if the new form is capable of using them. Since the Relentless Endurance feature does not implicitly or explicitly require any particular body parts (hands, for example) I see no reason why it should not be retained. The rule on reverting says you ...


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I'll be challenging your build a little. First of all, your BAB: 0 from monk 1 3 from druid 5 5 from MoMF 7 1 from Warshaper 2 5 from Nature's Warrior 5 14 is 1 less of what a pure druid could have had. Now, you could get the same amount of flexibility of those 7 MoMF levels and the 5 warshaper levels you didn't get by going druid 17 and getting the ...


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They can cast any spells on the appropriate spell list, they do not have a specific number of spells known. Ranger A ranger may prepare and cast any spell on the ranger spell list, provided that he can cast spells of that level, but he must choose which spells to prepare during his daily meditation. Druid A druid may prepare and cast any spell on ...



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