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accepted Magus' Accurate Strike - do melee touch attack rolls add weapon enhancement bonus?
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asked Magus' Accurate Strike - do melee touch attack rolls add weapon enhancement bonus?
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revised Were there gray renders before the year 2000?
The linkec Wikipedia article dates them back to 3.0, at least. (2000)
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suggested approved edit on Were there gray renders before the year 2000?
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answered Is a permission a cost?
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answered Do two standard actions equal a full round action?
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accepted How can I model corrupting items in FATE?
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comment Is there a D&D 3.5 fighting class with more non-combat use than the fighter?
Roy's out-of-combat utility is mainly in those areas which are more a function of the player than of the character - i.e. the player would have those same things regardless of character. If you aren't the leader of the party, then as a fighter, your utility is still restricted out-of-combat.
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asked How can I model corrupting items in FATE?
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comment Targets and multiple attacks on a full round action
Additionally, you can still choose between a full-attack or a standard attack (and therefore make a move action) after the first attack: "After your first attack, you can decide to take a move action instead of making your remaining attacks, depending on how the first attack turns out. If you’ve already taken a 5-foot step, you can’t use your move action to move any distance, but you could still use a different kind of move action."
Jan
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comment Targets and multiple attacks on a full round action
@BBlake That's not what the SRD says - you still get your 5' step, but since it is a full-round action, you don't get a separate move action: "The only movement you can take during a full attack is a 5-foot step. You may take the step before, after, or between your attacks."
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answered Targets and multiple attacks on a full round action
Jan
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answered How can I more effectively use darkness in a dungeon?