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Yes. The only restrictions on a warlock's familiar are those presented in Pact of the Chain and in find familiar itself. Pact of the Chain tells us that the warlock can even cast find familiar, and that they have some additional forms available to them. (PHB p.107) Find familiar has no restrictions on the alignment of caster or of familiar. (PHB p.240) ...


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The Isitoq's Daze is delivered as part of its wing attack : 2 wings +6 (1d1–3 plus daze) ; While its Tears of Anguish is a special attack, a full-round action ranged touch attack which delivers the same effects as its Daze, i.e. : be dazed for 1 round as the target's mind is flooded with images of the last seconds of the isitoq's existence as a ...


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No creature finds its Intelligence or spell resistance reduced by becoming a familiar Although written for Dungeons and Dragons, Third Edition, Tome and Blood nonetheless contains a large amount of information about familiars that was never contradicted nor updated by later sources. This includes two slightly expanded descriptions: Intelligence: The ...


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The Ready action allows you to name a catalyst and a reaction to the catalyst. You could say, "When the monster comes around the corner I want to attack him with my clobbering stick," or "When Bob says 'Now!' I want to cut the rope." In either case, it uses your reaction for that round and you can no longer take any reactions (including Opportunity Attacks)...



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