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I don't see any reason to think that it's impossible, though I wouldn't think that it's something that can be taken for granted. The structure of the question seems to make the best answer an unequivocal yes. It can be done, if only because there's nothing in the rules that obviously prevents it from being possible. Perhaps especially for a performer like a ...


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They need no material components, ergo they need no material components Like it says in variant creature panel, they don't need any material components. Like it says in the simulacrum spell description, the bit of creature is a material component. Simulacrum only duplicates a creature you are touching Simulacrum has range: touch, casting time: 12 hours, ...


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You still have to use costly material components. The current wording of the Artificer's spellcasting ability is: 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 This wording means that you can use your tools (or infusion as detailed later on) as ...


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From my understanding, the line: "and they provide the required components." would just be referring to components that a focus can't replace, like ones with a cost or that are consumed. As you stated the Mizzium Apparatus is an arcane focus so it automatically accounts for normal (no cost or consumption) materials, and that line in it's rules would just be ...


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None of the Components—Verbal, Somatic, nor Material—are required for these spells In the Player's Handbook, in Chapter 10, Spell Components are explicitly described as encompassing the Verbal, Somatic, and Material costs: A spell's components are the physical requirements you must meet in order to cast it. Each spell's description indicates whether it ...


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