I'm sure this is a simple matter but I'd love some clarification. I'm pretty new to the game (2nd session, first campaign) and I'm playing a bard with the Charm spell on 5e.
As far as I can tell, the instructions say that attacking does not disrupt concentration, but also that concentration costs an action.
So, as far as I understand it, I only get one action per turn. That would mean my action is consumed to maintain the concentration spell each turn until a time limit has passed or until I choose to end it, correct?
This would mean that even though attacking doesn't disrupt concentration, I can't attack really. Is this correct?
Is there some way to attack anyway? Otherwise, why would the instructions say attacks don't disrupt if there is no way to do both?