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    D&D 5E Question on using Favored Foe more than once per turn

    That is not a fair comparison because it does not use a spell slot or a spell known. It is free, where Hunters Mark is expensive to cast and VERY expensive to have as a known spell. Using FF 5 times a day at my current level is more 1st level slots than I have total even if I did have HM...
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    D&D 5E Question on using Favored Foe more than once per turn

    To be clear I want to activate it more than once per turn. I want to drop concentration between attacks, not between turns. If it is still on at the end of my turn I would logically keep it up until the next turn and if I attacked the same enemy the next turn get the damage from it. You can...
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    D&D 5E Question on using Favored Foe more than once per turn

    The character I want to use it on is currently 14th level (12 Ranger-Fey Wanderer, 2 Rogue), she has a bunch of other concentration spells she uses. She almost never runs out of favored foe right now and for the most part hasn't since tier 2 started. The reason is not because I don't have...
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    D&D 5E Question on using Favored Foe more than once per turn

    Yeah that is what I meant, a separate use every time. FF rarely gets memore than 1 dice damage anyway, either beause I take damage or because I throw a spell and don't attack or becuase I throw up a spell with concentration. I always seem to have uses left when I long rest. I think using it...
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    D&D 5E Question on using Favored Foe more than once per turn

    Description "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). The first time on each of your turns that you hit the...
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    D&D 5E Command and spike growth

    I would say it is directly harmful.
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    D&D 5E Can you use misty step to arrest a fall?

    He is typically in the middle of combat ducking arrows, swords spells or whatever and fighting for his life. I would argue it is similar.
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    D&D 5E Overused monsters currently

    They are in DIA too.
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    D&D 5E Can you use misty step to arrest a fall?

    I don't know that the rules say this, although maybe they do. In any case in terms of rules lawering there is jumping, which is movement and the "fall" would not start until the "jump" was over. Since jump uses your movment that means the first part of the descent would be part of the "jump"...
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    D&D General DMs, how do you handle 'split party' situations?

    Easy decide which group you like better and kill off the other group so they don't try it again after they roll new characters .... j/k
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    D&D 5E Overused monsters currently

    Right now my vote is Vrocks (in DIA) .... they stun my bladesinger by screaming every time we fight them. Ironically, they still can't hit her worth a flip even while she is stunned. At 14th level I am considering blindness/deafness so I can cast deafness on myself next time we face them...
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    D&D 5E Can you use misty step to arrest a fall?

    Jump is movement, not an action. You jump off a cliff and can still use an action and a bonus action ON YOUR TURN. So jump off then cliff then shoot your bow as an action on the way down (twice if you have extra attack), followed by misty step as a bonus action. Totally RAW and not using a...
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    D&D 5E Best Rogue subclass for 12th level Ranger 3rd level Rogue

    Thanks. I think it will be AT. I think shield is going to be my non-enchantment/illusion though. I have SA pretty reliably already with Fey Spirit and nature's veil. The wizard has a familiar that can help too.
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    D&D 5E Best Rogue subclass for 12th level Ranger 3rd level Rogue

    Going Rogue does as much as I could do out of more Ranger. The Ranger does not get much after 12th level, for example the 14th level feature Vanish is like one third of cunning action which you can get with 2 levels of Rogue. I suppose I could have gone with a fighter or cleric, but this late...
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    D&D 5E Best Rogue subclass for 12th level Ranger 3rd level Rogue

    I am playing a Ranger who multiclassed to Rogue. 12th level Fey Wanderer, 2nd level Rogue current stats S8(21 with girdle of giant strength),D16,C12,I10,W20,Ch14. AC 17 in a magic breastplate, 88hps. She has shadow touched feat with invisibility and cause fear and telepathic feat with detect...
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    D&D 5E 5e Flanking - the good, the bad, and the broken?

    No it does because 20 hits any AC and disadvantage dramatically reduces the chance of that. Giving advantage to someone who has disadvantage and a target 20 will mean that creature will get hit 20 times as often. This is not true. If you need a 16 to hit for example, disadvantage will reduce...
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    D&D 5E 5e Flanking - the good, the bad, and the broken?

    The bigger problem IMO is it cancels disadvantage which does break bounded accuracy if you consider the methods to get disadvantage part of that. Disadvantage can make it near impossible to hit something because of the bell curve you mention and reduces the the chances of a critical hit by 95%...
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    D&D 5E Can you use misty step to arrest a fall?

    You can't ready a bonus action spell and release as a reaction. I think this has to be done as a bonus action on your turn. If an enemy pushes you off a cliff, or even if a friend throws you off a cliff you can't ready misty step. This would have to be on your turn and you would have to still...
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    D&D 5E Can you use misty step to arrest a fall?

    If we take this at face value, if a high-level wizard teleports from one side of the word to another he appears standing on his head, since his "angle" did not change. The rules don't say that impacting the ground ends a fall either, but common sense would indicate that is when it ends.
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    D&D 5E 5e Flanking - the good, the bad, and the broken?

    Yes, cartoonish you often end up with a line enemy-PC-enemy-PC-Enemy-PC then the next enemy to join move behind the PC on the back to get advantage. Eventually you hit a wall or shrub or something and that is what stops the practice. Mathematically It is a huge nerf. Disadvantage with a high...
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