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No, it doesn't. Opportunity Attacks are provoked ONLY by the following: The opportunity attack action is provoked by an enemy leaving an adjacent square without shifting or teleporting, or by an adjacent enemy using a ranged or area power. See page 290 of the PHB. Note that this means that unarmed strikes ALSO don't provoke opportunity attacks in ...


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You can take an unarmed strike as your attack of opportunity even if you don't have Improved Unarmed Strike, but you first have to be threatening with a weapon. If you have a dagger in one hand and your opponent leaves the threatened square, you may take an attack of opportunity using any means available to you to make an attack. A dagger is enough to ...


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The Game Doesn't Want Creatures to Do This... The game encourages folks getting close to each other and beating the crap out of each other. For that reason, there's no cheap, simple way for a creature to make an attack of opportunity against a foe that enters a creature's threatened area. ...But They Can But this is Pathfinder--exceptions always exist. ...


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You can ready an attack. While not the same as an attack of opportunity, it lets you interrupt your enemy before they attack. You have to be specific though, and have initiative before the enemy's turn. For instance: my turn? Ok I move ten feet and use a standard action to ready an attack against the first attacker who moves within reach of me. Done. ...



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