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You're right, there's not a lot of synergy there. Out of combat, your Warlock will add a lot of utility with his less combat-focused spell list and his ritual abilities, but in combat, you have 2 potential paths: Focus on your Warlock levels to become a powerful spell caster. Going this route, your Paladin levels will add heavy armour and a shield, which ...


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I would argue (and yes, this is subjective) that you would need to grapple the target. Thematically, you can think of Lay on Hands as a bit more involved of a process than just briefly making contact with the target. Keeping in mind that a round is 6 seconds, actions are really more involved than you might otherwise be inclined to think. e.g. an attack roll ...


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Lay on Hands is not normally used for an attack, and isn't an attack. It's an ability you can use when you can literally lay your hands onto a creature. You can argue it into an "attack" several ways, but all such arguments are trying to rely on strict rules for this corner case in a game that doesn't have strict rules for corner cases; a game that instead ...


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Lay On Hands isn't an attack... It is merely an action that let's you restore HP or remove specific conditions. There is no language about it healing or damaging certain types of creatures as channel divinity had in various versions of the playtest. As written Lay on Hands simply effects the target if you trigger it in range.


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Touch = Melee range for all intents and porpoises. It does not tell you about what the power's attack roll/saving throw/action is. The text of the Lay On Hands ability states: As an action, you can touch a creature and draw power from the pool to restore a number of hit points to that creature, up to the maximum amount remaining in your pool. ...



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