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No, as marking a foe requires concentration. Favored Foe states (emphasis mine): When you hit a creature with an attack roll, you can call on your mystical bond with nature to mark the target as your favored enemy for 1 minute or until you lose your concentration (as if you were concentrating on a spell). "As if concentrating on a spell" ...


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Umbral Sight's invisibility is neither magical nor darkness. Nothing in the description of the Umbral Sight feature indicates that it is considered magical. In fact, the description strongly implies the opposite, by saying that your invisibility is a consequence of being "adept at evading creatures that rely on darkvision". However, even if your DM ...


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Resistance against an instance of damage, not a type The feature refers to that damage meaning that the damage of the triggering event is halved by the resistance given. This means that the feature does not have any duration at all. We can call it instantaneous. Since the qualifying property is that the damage comes from the triggering event - a condition ...


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Yes, the arrows activate the ability It's important to note that "hitting a creature with a weapon" refers to hitting with a weapon attack (and would usually be phrased as "when you hit a creature with a weapon attack"), which is mechanically distinct from just making contact between the target and a given weapon. This distinction doesn't ...


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The Hooded Champion ranger gets Favored Enemy at 5th level, starting with a +2 bonus. The rules for class archetypes explain that if an archetype replaces part of a sequence of features (including Favored Enemy), then the sequence is effectively delayed by that many upgrades. If an archetype replaces a class feature that is part of a series of improvements ...


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