Can I have two Pact weapons?

Technically, no you can’t have two Pact Weapons. But technically, yes you can have one weapon as your Hexblade Weapon and a different weapon as your Pact Weapon.

Can your Hexblade be your pact weapon?

yes they do. and here’s why. Hexblade as a level 1 patron choice of warlock enables you to use your charisma modifier instead of any other modifier for your hexblade and later your pact weapon.

Can a Hexblade dual wield?

This making hexblade a very poor choice for a dual wielding character. As it allow you to use CHAR for attack and damage rolls you are much better of going for a heavy weapon that do more damage and lets you freely use your bonus action for hex curses, smites and such.

Can you have multiple hex weapons?

A: The Hex Warrior feature is intentionally worded to extend its benefit to two potential weapons: the weapon you touch and a pact weapon you conjure. They can be two different weapons.

Can you change your pact weapon?

If you have pact of the blade can you change your summoned weapon mid-fight by unsummoning it and resummoning it? Yes, assuming you haven’t turned a magic item into your pact weapon. Keep in mind it takes an action to summon your weapon, so you’re losing a turn doing this.

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Why is Hexblade so good?

Hexblade is powerful when compared to any other Patron when the Warlock is going Pact of the Blade. But it’s a melee combatant with less HP than the equivalent Fighter, Paladin, or Barbarian. When multiclassed with a Sorcerer or Wizard, a few levels of Hexblade will go a long, long way.

Can you cast elemental weapon on a pact weapon?

You can use Elemental Weapon on your pact weapon.

Can you dual wield two Longswords?

If either weapon has the Thrown property, you can throw the weapon, instead of making a melee attack with it. In 5e, longswords are not light weapons… unless you have the Dual Wielder feat. Thus: yes, you can dual wield longswords in 5e.

Can a Hexblade Warlock use a gun?

Unfortunately he needs to have a free hand to load load the gun. Ignoring the loading property only means you can fire it more than once per turn. You’re still need a free hand.

How many Pact weapons can a warlock have?

2 Answers. You are limited to 1 pact weapon. This is clear in the rules (PHB 108): Your pact weapon disappears if it is more than 5 feet away from you for 1 minute or more.

What is a hex weapon?

A hex weapon can simply be a weapon you pick up and are proficient with, and it always applies to your pact weapon. It’s like that because you get the pact of the blade feature at 3rd level, or if you take a different pact all together. I think its pg 55 or Xanathars Guide to Everything.

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Is Hex Warrior magical?

Hex warrior is not defined as “magical”, in the same way that spells are. It is a class feature and lacks any text describing it as “magical”.

Is the Hexblade a magic weapon?

No it doesn’t allow said weapon to be considered magical. The Pact of the Blade feature that allows you to conjure any weapon you might desire is innately magical as is.

Can a warlock use a rapier?

One of my players is playing a warlock and asked wether he can use a rapier. Now, warlocks aren’t proficient in martial weapons like a rapier, but I don’t want to outright say no if he would be willing to sacrifice gold and time.

Can your pact weapon be ranged?

There’s an invocation in XGtE called Improved Pact Weapon that allows you to use a bow. Along with this there is Eldritch Smite that works with ranged attacks and if you go hexblade, both branding and banishing smite work with ranged attacks.

Does pact weapon use charisma?

No you don’t use Charisma to attack it just creates a weapon that the Warlock can use and be proficient in. The weapon is used normally as part of a melee attack.

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