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Sure, but it's weird. Eidolons have base forms - their base set of stats and starting evolutions. You can't, without fiat or class options I am unaware of, trade out those evolutions. So you can totally have a sword-shaped eidolon, but it's Medium size (aka the size of a person) and has arms and legs and fangs and stuff. Note that it doesn't need to ...


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Improvised weapons deal 1d4 damage. Unless the wielder has the tavern brawler, they aren't proficient with it, so they just add their strength modifier to the attack roll. So, it's exactly the same as using a tree branch, broken bottle, etc. Those are the rules, and therefore probably what you should do. Here's why this makes sense. Heavy objects are ...


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First of all, the portable ram's price suggests it would be a very cheap weapon. It is worth only 4 gp while most heavy martial weapons are worth at least 10 gp if not more. Also, it weighs 35 lb and should be extremely heavy and difficult to swing around in combat. Therefore, I would treat it as an improvised weapon and give it disadvantage on the attack ...


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The rules for improvised weapons are on p. 147 of the PHB. In many cases, an improvised weapon is similar to an actual weapon and can be treated as such. ... At the DM's option, a character proficient with a weapon can use a similar object as if it were that weapon and use his or her proficiency bonus. You have decided that it does bludgeoning damage, ...



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