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Ben Barden’s answer to the UA version of this question remains correct for the officially published version of the Artificer in Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything: Yes, but it's not perfectly smooth Currently, as described, there are three ways to drop an infusion. You can die, and wait a few days. This will cause you to drop all of them all at once, and also ...


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You still just have one "suit of armor" The 4 "items" you can infuse are listed in the feature: armor, boots, helmet, and weapon. Only one of these is a suit of armor, so you can only use one infusion that requires "a suit of armor". Similarly, you can only use one boot infusion, one helm infusion, and weapon infusion, since the ...


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Only the “armor (the chest piece)” counts as armor for the purpose of infusions requiring armor. The helmet is a helmet, the boots are boots, the special weapon is a simple weapon, and the chest piece is “armor”: That armor now counts as separate items for the purposes of your Infuse Items feature: armor (the chest piece) Further, any infusion requiring a “...


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From 9th level, each component of the armor can be infused, and by extension, the armor should be infusable with one infusion at earlier levels. The Armorer's 9th level feature Armor Modifications reads: You learn how to use your artificer infusions to specially modify your Arcane Armor. That armor now counts as separate items for the purposes of your ...


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Let's build an answer... Artificer attacks follow the same rules as all other classes All PCs get a single attack starting at level 1. Some classes naturally give the character 2 or more attacks as they level. Nothing in the description says that just because the player has two fists they can get two attacks when they start out. Thunder Gauntlets. Each of ...


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They can probably use their existing class features to accomplish these tasks. While dandwiki has a poor reputation due to unbalanced homebrew, the examples you've provided (making a "holy hand grenade" and enhancing the abilities of their Steel Defender) seem like they should be possible to achieve by a standard artificer, using their existing ...


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