hears Rorik. He whips his head around to find it. As soon as he spots it he starts running towards it, dropping his borrowed axe. "One of you proper mages make it sparkle!"
he shouts, quickly closing the distance. He raises he empty hands high then brings his greatsword down in a crashing blow that barely scratched the creature but left Rorik off balance for a second swing.
By "sparkle" I mean Farie Fire
That's true, I find that a lot of DM's still use it - I guess its a "It's always been that way" rule, like critical fails
5e got rid of the 5' then 10' then 5' etc. rule so each square is 5' I guess they went to the keep it simple options and wil play it that way. Try not to houserule to much as then I need to remember what rules are for which game.
[SBLOCK=Actions and rolls]
Bonus Action: Summon bonded weapon
Actions: Attack: Rorik attack and damage: 1D20+7 = +7 = 25
2D6+4 = [1, 2]+4 = 7
1D20+7 = +7 = 15
2D6+4 = [5, 4]+4 = 13
[SBLOCK=Mini Stats]Passive Perception:
HP: 40/40 HD: 5/5d10
Greatsword: +7 5ft 2d6+4S (Heavy, 2 handed)
Shortsword: +7 5ft 1d6+4P (Finesse, Light)
Handaxe: +7 5ft 1d6+4S (Light, Thrown)
Handaxe: +7 20/60 1d6+4S (Light, Thrown)
Spell Save DC: 12
Second Wind (S): 1/1
Action Surge (S): 1/1
0th: Frostbite, Greenflame Blade
1st: 3/3 Absorb Elements, Shield, Expeditious Retreat, Protection From Good and Evil[/SBLOCK]