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Cunning Action absolutely does let you Dash again, but Dash doesn't work quite like you're remembering (PHB, p. 192): When you take the Dash action, you gain extra movement for the current turn. The increase equals your speed, after applying any modifiers. So it's not multiplying your speed, it's adding your speed to your speed. With only one Dash, ...


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The Arcane Trickster is an Archetype. When you level up, you still take levels as a Rogue, and the Arcane Trickster features scale up as you gain levels in the Rogue class. It is not its own class, so it doesn't need to have the same stuff a class has. So when you need to reference your Proficiency Bonus as an Arcane Trickster or an Eldritch Knight, you ...


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There is no proficiency bonus listed in that chart because it is listed with the main rogue chart. The same is true of the eldritch knight archtype of the fighter class. As an aside proficiency bonuses dont really need to be listed with eaxh class because it is completely dependent on character level not class level. I.e. a fighter5/rogue5 has the same ...


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The rule says you add your proficiency bonus to spell attack rolls, so you do. It's not missing from the table, it's just in another table on page 95, along with all the other core Rogue numbers. Spellcasters usually have spells as a core feature and they have all their level-based numbers in one table (see the Sorcerer just a few pages further on, on page ...


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In Pathfinder, unless otherwise specified, all rounding rounds down. The cited rogue ability does not specify otherwise. It does, however, specify one use baseline, plus an additional one use per 5 levels. Therefore, a level 6 rogue would get 1 additional use per day based on her level, for a total of 2 uses per day.


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Yes, the rogue talent honeyed words can be used prior to a feint to gain the talent's benefit when making a feint attempt The talent has as its Benefit: Once per day, the rogue can roll two dice while making a Bluff check, and take the better result. She must choose to use this talent before making the Bluff check. No mention is made of the talent ...


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NOTE: I misunderstood the author's intent (before the addition of the clarifying note that this was about the Rogue Talent, not the Trait). As HeyICanChan said, the Rogue Talent can be used to feint. Original Answer No. Honeyed Words trait: You receive a +1 trait bonus on Diplomacy checks. In addition, you receive a +1 trait bonus to the DC of any ...



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