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Cutting to the chase: there is actually an official rule stating that staffs are one handed as implements and two handed as weapons. The text is found in the errata for the Eberron Player's Guide, where it discusses embedding weapons into a Warforged. The errata-ed text is as follows: The staff is a one-handed implement. It can be embedded in one hand ...


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Firstly, I'll say that you're absolutely right. In my experience basically everyone agrees that staves require one hand to use as implements (and two to use as a weapon). Finding the ruling for this is surprisingly difficult, but I think that's because as you pointed out: Here, I’m seeing a lack-of-a-rule that suggests one-handed usage is just fine for ...


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According to the (sadly) discontinued Offline D&D Character Builder created by WotC, there is an entry under Weapons for Quarterstaff, being presented as a Simple 2-Handed weapon weighing 4lbs and priced at 5GP. There is also an entry under Staffs for "Staff Implement" ,weighing 4lbs and costing 5GP, which can be equipped in a single hand. This would ...


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1: Ki focuses being an Implement, they can be enchanted in the same way as any other implement or weapon. 2: Yes, you would choose whether to use the enhancement value of the dagger or the Ki focus. Do keep in mind, however page 64 of PHB 3: If you have both a magic ki focus and a magic weapon, you choose before you use an attack power whether to ...


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Yes, superior ki foci can be enchanted. As with other superior implements, superior ki foci are still ki focus implements and can be enchanted just like a non-superior ki focus. Superior implements are basically an implement-user's equivalent of exotic weapons: you spend a feat to be able to use a version of your preferred implement/weapon that has some ...



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