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  1. James says:

    Hi, I’m very new to D&D and was curious about the hexblade class, as well as a fighting style I want to adopt. I want to find someway to use a shield as a primary weapon for damage dealing and thought making a shield my hexblade (or- hexshield rather) would help me dish damage. I’ve never played before but I’m curious about what can and can’t be done, thank you!

  2. Hi, so me and a couple of people in discord have been talking… And well, if you cast feeblemind, and then cast control undead… Say the thing you casted feeblemind on finally broke off feeblemind and they have sayyy 13 int, does the thing start rolling saves to escape control undead?

  3. Justin says:

    Hi. Curious about spell casting and true polymorph. If I true polymorph into a death knight or Sphinx can I cast as them? What about a pixie? Death knight and Sphinx have caster levels, but the pixie is a innate caster.

  4. CozyAzzy says:

    So i have been wondering, I’m a first level druid(variant human), druid gives me the ability to cast spells i know that have the ritual tag as ritual spells. So if i get the magic initiate spell, can i cast find familiar as a ritual? Or do i have to get ritual caster feat?

  5. Marcus says:

    Do damage modifiers apply to the life siphoned from Vampiric Strike of Gulthias Staff? For instance:

    Channel Divinity: Touch of Death (Special)
    When you hit a creature with a melee attack, you can spend a Channel Divinity use to deal an extra X points of necrotic damage.

    Or :
    Divine StrikeDMG
    Once on each of your turns when you hit a creature with a weapon attack, you can cause the attack to deal an extra 1d8 necrotic damage. [14th] 2d8 necrotic damage.

    Thanks in advance! 🙂

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