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Yes you can, and no properties carry over at all whatsoever. It's just a club now. You're using a Keranos's Crackling Crossbow of Incineration (not an actual item) as an improvised melee weapon? It's just a club as far as stats care, with 1d6 damage and no magical effects at all. You were citing the Rules Compendium, let's reopen it to the Improvised ...


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Point Blank Shot doesn't care about your reach. Point Blank Shot, and anything that counts range from you, counts that range from the center of a square within your space. None of the rules relating to range talk about your reach at all, so your reach isn't counted when you're calculating distance to your target. The rules about attacking targets using ...


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I house-ruled it like this before: Some arrows are definitely lost (shot straight into a wall, sunk in the river, carried off by the wounded target, etc). Those that can reasonably be retrieved have to be found. Make that an Intellect check with difficulty and duration according to circumstance (hit vs miss, lighting, flora, ...). If appropriate, randomize ...



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