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In this case, the two feats are not actually interacting directly. Deflect Attack simply grants extra chances for an Attack of Opportunity. Evasive Reflexes simply grants you an alternate option to resolve a chance to make an AoO. However, Deflect Attack has specific clauses detailing how you may use your AoO when an opponent attacks you armed or unarmed. ...


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Does Bob's mere armed presence enable Chris to gain the benefits of flanking the achaierai? YES Related: flanking vs concealment (invisibility) I know of no rules that actually deny threatening (= flanking) an area, other than the ones mentioned/being prone etc. According to RAW, AoO's have no relation to threatening an area, thus flanking has no ...


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The DM can permit some improvised weapons to have reach While the Player's Handbook describes improvised weapons (113), Complete Warrior on Improvised Weapons summarizes those rules and expands them, saying As detailed in the Player’s Handbook, objects not crafted to be used as weapons may nonetheless find use in combat.… Any creature using an ...


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No on all accounts When flat-footed, you can't make attacks of opportunity. And You threaten all squares you can make attacks into, even when it's not your action. If you can't make attacks, you do not threaten. You gain flanking bonuses if your opponent is threatened by a character or creature friendly to you on the opponent’s opposite ...


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From the D&D Glossary: threaten: To be able to attack in melee without moving from your current space. A creature typically threatens all squares within its natural reach, even when it is not its turn to take an action. For a Medium or Small creature this usually includes all squares adjacent to its space. Larger creatures threaten more squares, ...


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Does a flat-footed creature still enable allies to benefit from flanking if the creature's appropriately armed? Yes. The definition (as per your link) of flat-footed says this: A flat-footed creature loses its Dexterity bonus to Armor Class (if any) and cannot make attacks of opportunity. It says nothing about preventing you from threatening the ...



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