- You can only use 1 reaction until the start of your next turn.
You can only use Sneak Attack once per turn.
Sneak attack's benefit is more damage.
- Reaction's benefit is an extra strike/move while is not your turn.
Therefore, aren't both of them "Turn based benefits"? You can only do them once per turn, and they benefit you in some way.
Using Commander's Strike I can direct my rogue to use her Reaction to Sneak attack again.
This effectively gives your ally a chance to attack on your turn, which allow for use of any turn-based benefits including Sneak Attack.
So my question is: If she has already used her Reaction and I use Commander's Strike, shouldn't she be able to use it again?
I clearly want it to be so, but what is the truth?