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Yes, you use the +5 to hit. CMB Explained When you attempt to perform a combat maneuver, make an attack roll and add your CMB in place of your normal attack bonus. Add any bonuses you currently have on attack rolls due to spells, feats, and other effects. These bonuses must be applicable to the weapon or attack used to perform the maneuver. As the +5 ...


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YES, there are specific rules for this in D&D 5. They are not at all what they were in 3rd or 2nd edition. On page 73 of the Basic rules, Ranged Attacks are noted as having three rules. You can hit someone within the range with no penalty. If your weapon has a second range number, you can attack someone between the first and second ranges with ...


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Surprisingly, no. There is no such rule. although there is a rule titled "Ranged attacks in close combat", this is about a shooter that is involved in close combat and still wants to shoot. There is no direct penalty for shooting into an other close combat. The only rule applicable is Cover (PHB Page 196). Depending on who is where, your opponent might be ...


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No. There are no downsides at all (again provided the enemy doesn't have Mage Slayer or some other specific feature) to casting in melee if the spell does not have an attack roll. For all intents and purposes it's not an attack. There are several other rules that govern attacks that don't work with spells that don't have attack rolls. For instance, you ...



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