Does sacred weapon stack with Hexblade?

Does sacred weapon stack with Hex Warrior?

Oath of Devotion’s Sacred Weapon works great with Hex Warrior. Oath of Vengeance’s Vow of Enmity works great with Hexblade’s Curse to improve your crit chance against an enemy (which in turn lets you smite for big damage.)

Does hex stack with Hexblade curse?

Yes, in fact, you can stack Hexblade Curse with other Spell like Hex or other concentration spelll, because Hexblade Curse doesn’t require concentration. Then, add in you Channel Divinity (like Sacred Weapon or Vow of Enmity).

Does sacred weapon stack with magic weapons?

Yes, shillelagh and Sacred Weapon will stack. Although technically speaking, it’s not stacking as such, because they actually do entirely different things. Shillelagh replaces Strength with your spellcasting ability (in your case, Charisma):

Does aura of hate stack with Hex Warrior?

yes, they stack, if you can find a DM willing to allow you to play an Oathbreaker. I’m going to make this way harder than it needs to be. Yes, dndbeyond falls a little flat on that, I reported it a year or so ago in a bug thread but they took no action.

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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.

How long does Hex Warrior last?

You perform the ritual over the course of 1 hour, which can be done during a short rest. You can then dismiss the weapon, shunting it into an extradimensional space, and it appears whenever you create your pact weapon thereafter. You can’t affect an artifact or a sentient weapon in this way.

How many times can you Hexblade curse?

Three times. Each attack roll has its own separate damage roll.

Is Hexblade curse magic?

It is not a spell, it could be considered a magical effect at DM discretion, but it is not explicitly one and so is not by default.

What damage type is Hexblades curse?

Hexblade’s Curse grants a bonus to any damage roll you make against the cursed target. That’s a damage roll of any sort, whether caused by a weapon, a spell, or something else.

How does Sacred Weapon work?

Sacred Weapon. As an action, you can imbue one weapon that you are holding with positive energy, using your Channel Divinity. For 1 minute, you add your Charisma modifier to attack rolls made with that weapon (with a minimum bonus of +1).

Is sacred weapon a spell?

You imbue a weapon with a large amount of divine power, rendering it aglow in a brilliant white light. … The weapon becomes magical and gains a +3 enhancement bonus to attack and damage rolls. The sacred weapon gains the revised holy quality and casts bright white light like the light spell.

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Does Channel Divinity stack?

Does the Cleric’s channel divinity stack with the Paladin’s? If you already have the Channel Divinity feature and gain a level in a class that also grants the feature, you gain the Channel Divinity effects granted by that class, but getting the feature again doesn’t give you an additional use of it.

Can a Hexblade use a gun?

If you want to be a strict rules interpretation, the answer is “no”. Pact of the Blade specifically calls out a Melee weapon, and XGTE specifically created an Invocation that let you also create specific ranged weapons. But in my own games – that is stupid. Of course he can bond his gun, its his weapon.

Can you use a longsword with Hex Warrior?

Yes, as long as that weapon has been selected and linked to your Hex Warrior feature or it is a pact weapon, then you may use Charisma no matter how you wield the weapon (one hand, two hands, thrown, etc.)

Can you use hex warrior on a versatile weapon?

The Hex Warrior feature says (XGtE 55-56) : The influence of your patron also allows you to mystically channel your will through a particular weapon. Whenever you finish a long rest, you can touch one weapon that you are proficient with and that lacks the two-handed property.

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