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This question is a companion to this one that focused on crafting an improvised spellcasting focus. Here I wish to focus on using such an improvised focus. … to be effective as a spellcasting focus? …
asked Sep 16 '15 by PurpleVermont
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A sorcerer, warlock, or wizard can use such an item as a spellcasting focus as described in chapter 10. Druidic Focus. … A cleric or paladin can use a holy symbol as a spellcasting focus as described in chapter 10. …
asked Sep 16 '15 by PurpleVermont
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Does this imply that it is a valid spellcasting focus? If not, what purpose does this classification serve? …
asked Feb 5 '21 by raithyn
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Tools Required You must have a spellcasting focus—specifically thieves' tools or some kind of artisan's tool—in hand when you cast any spell with this Spellcasting feature (meaning the spell has an 'M' … After you gain the Infuse Item feature at 2nd level, you can also use any item bearing one of your infusions as a spellcasting focus. …
asked Apr 24 '21 by TheKhileyan
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, the assumption that bards have to play their spellcasting focus goes unchallenged, so I thought it warranted its own question: Does a bard have to play a musical instrument when using it as a spellcasting … PHB p. 53 SPELLCASTING FOCUS You can use a musical instrument (found in chapter 5) as a spellcasting focus for your bard spells. …
asked May 1 '16 by J. Foster
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Can I just have it attached to my belt and cast the spell using my Spellcasting focus, or do I need to hold specifically the tiny silver cage? … I'm a Hexblade Warlock with a glaive and the Improved Pact Weapon feature, which makes my summoned glaive my Spellcasting Focus. …
asked Mar 15 '21 by SoulAndre
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The warlock's (Pact of the Blade-only) Improved Pact Weapon eldritch invocation (Xanathar's Guide to Everything, p. 57) states that you can use your pact weapon as a spellcasting focus. … Using a reach weapon as a spellcasting focus, can you deliver a touch spell through it to a creature 10 feet away from you? …
asked Nov 10 '18 by L. H.
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I'm asking as a player: Does the Sharpshooter feat's 3rd clause (-5/+10) work on spells cast through a ranged weapon being used as a spellcasting focus? …
asked Jun 13 '19 by user56120
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If I have a spellcasting focus I can use, can I avoid the need to place copper pieces on each of the corpse's eyes? Or must I still put copper pieces on the eyes even if I have a spellcasting focus? … Does the clause on what must be done with the material component, irrespective of its cost, void your ability to use a spellcasting focus? …
asked Nov 5 '19 by BBeast
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When using the Warcaster feat, if you are using two weapons or a weapon and a shield in both hands, are you able to also reach for and use your spellcasting focus to satisfy material component requirements … I know Warcaster allows you to use spells' somatic components while still wielding weapons or shields in both hands, but does it also allow you to access your spellcasting focus or component pouch in order …
asked Jul 14 '17 by He Who Rules As Intended
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When it states that you need to hold the tool to gain this benefit, does this also imply that I need to use it as my spellcasting focus as well? … Or can I just hold it with one hand and use the other hand to hold another spellcasting focus, and still gain this benefit? …
asked Dec 7 '20 by Makrau
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When spell components are consumed or have a cost, they need to be provided and cannot be substituted by a spellcasting focus. …
asked Dec 30 '20 by findusl
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component that can not be substituted for a spellcasting focus. … For contrast, the wizard's Spellcasting feature has this to say on using an arcane focus: You can use an arcane focus (see the Adventuring Gear section) as a spellcasting focus for your wizard spells …
asked Jul 29 '19 by Ryan C. Thompson
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Bards can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus for bard spells. … Since it is a Bard spell, I know it, and I have a spellcasting focus for it. …
asked Dec 10 '19 by Xepheus Messorem
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Considering the class feature Tools Required: You must have a spellcasting focus—specifically thieves’ tools or some kind of artisan’s tool—in hand when you cast any spell with this Spellcasting feature … After you gain the Infuse Item feature at 2nd level, you can also use any item bearing one of your infusions as a spellcasting focus. …
asked Apr 24 '21 by Akixkisu

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