I’m losing a lot of actions with my (Druid) conjured animals, especially when there are lots of actions, and the battle is fluid.
So many things change during a turn, so that my verbal command, issued during my turn, has typically long since been obsoleted or is far less optimal. For example, an invisible enemy is exposed, or a charmed target needs to be hit, or innumerable other circumstances arise.
Can I issue the “verbal command” on the conjured animals' turn? Or does the verbal command need to be issued on my turn?
(And is the answer an “official” answer? The DM might overrule it anyways.)
Otherwise it’s like tossing the dice and hoping my command is still applicable at the time of their action.
Being a concentration spell makes it worse as it limits my actions enough as it is without the added pain of losing a turn as the animals do something not what needed to be done.