Can Bladesinger mix: Bladesong + Double-Bladed Scimitar + Revenant Blade 5e feat?
Yes, it is a possible combination for the Revenant Blade 5e feat as long as you don’t use two hands to attack a weapon. Bladesong in 5e doesn’t have limits on what you are holding in your hands:
Bladesong dnd: Starting at the 2nd level, you can invoke essential elven magic. It is called the Bladesong 5e, assuming you are not wearing medium or heavy armor or using a shield. It frees you with unnatural speed, agility, and attention. You can use a bonus action to begin the Bladesong, which continues for 1 minute. It finishes early if you are incapacitated. Should you use medium or heavy armor or defense, or when you use two hands to make an assault using a weapon. You might even dismiss the Bladesong at any moment you choose (no action required).
Nothing specifies you need to have a single freehand or something like casting a spell, so provided that you do not strike with it while holding the weapon, you’re fine.
5e Revenant Blade feat build
The prerequisite is an Elf. You are descended from a master of this double-blade, and some of that mastery has passed to you. You gain the following benefits:
- boost your Dexterity or Strength score to a max of 20.
- while wielding a double-bladed weapon with two hands, you gain +1 AC.
- A double-bladed scimitar gets the finesse property if you sew it.
- Only wielding the double-bladed weapon with two hands is needed for 5e Revenant Blade to proc (the +1AC).
Athletes’ burst is lawful because it has just a verbal component. However, any spell with a somatic element would force you to lose the Revenant Blade 5e advantage. It is because you need to hold the weapon with two hands. You may put your hand on your weapon as a free action. If you are farther away, you can hold the weapon in 1 hand. (losing 5e Revenant Blade build advantages of a +1 AC for a minute.) You may cast a spell with a somatic component, then put your hands back on the weapon to gain the Revenant Blade 5e effect back (Bladesong could still be busy, and at the end of your spell, you would be nice )
It is worth noting that a double-bladed scimitar has Two-Handed characteristics so that you can’t attack with it unless you’re holding it in both hands.
Magical Double-bladed Scimitars 5e and Revenant Blade
Because of the way DDB is presently working, chin order for its DBS to successfully utilize their Revenant Blade feat. They had to make a magical item that represents the DBS while under the effect of their feat. To have a magical DBS and Revenant Blade, are you going to have to homebrew a Revenant Blade dnd version of every magical DBS used? Since DBS is still a sword, therefore enchantments such as Flame tongue can still influence them. Homebrewing the conventional magic sword variations of those things is pretty simple. It would be simple to add flame tongue brand, etc. could be amazed if someone had not already done this. A double-bladed scimitar might not be is a sword anymore. No book has a reference about it. Its shape would make it about as much a sword for a Glaive is.
Taking the effort does not appear to be making the weapons into Finesse weapons. I have been able to get a workaround by modifying the item manually, but this should fix. It’s particularly havoc to get a Warlock attempting to turn it into a Pact Weapon, especially Hexblades. It appears they have not made magic weapon variations of DBS except Hellfire. To gain the weapon benefits of this feat, equip a Revenant Double-Bladed Scimitar or create your similar weapon.
Revenant Blade 5e stats
- Race: Elf
- Skills: Hide five ranks, Knowledge (history) 2 ranks, Move Silently five rankings
- Hit die:d8
- Ability points: 4 + Int
|1||1||0||0||2||Ancestral guidance (1), hero of the Valaes Tairn , ranger class features|
|2||2||0||0||3||Shadow of the past|
|3||3||1||1||3||Ancestral guidance (2)|
|5||5||1||1||4||Ancestral guidance (3), legendary force|
Ancestral Guidance (Su): Once every day, you can call upon your ancestors to grant you Knowledge and ability beyond your average aptitudes. To achieve this, you must spend 1-hour quiet meditation, beginning at dawn. You gain a bonus feat selected in the list below; you need not fulfill the feat’s standard requirements. The feat lasts until the dawn of the next day.
At the 3rd level, you can pick two feats from this list upon finishing your meditation. At the 5th level, you can choose three feats from this list. You can’t use this bonus effort to fulfill any requirements or requirements (like for another feat or a prestige class).
Hero of those Values Tairn (Ex): The Valenar have immense admiration for people who bond with the past’s spirits. You gain a +5 circumstance bonus on Diplomacy checks designed to influence a Valenar elf’s attitude, in addition to on Gather Information checks created when interacting with Valenar elves.
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Ranger Class Features
If you’ve ranger levels, your revenant blade amounts stack for purposes of determining the skills of your animal companion. Your revenant blade levels also pile when deciding the ranger spells’ caster level, but not when determining spells every day or other ranger class attributes.
Giant Slayer (Ex): Though the elves of Valenar no more war with the giants of Xen’drik, the ancestral memories of the winners of the past burn intensely in you. At 4th level, you gain a +4 bonus on Bluff, Listen, Sense Motive, Spot, and Survival checks when using these skills against giants. You gain the ability to speak Giant (and read and write it, if you are literate) like you had spent skill points to learn the terminology.
Famous Force (Ex): At the 5th level, you become a true master of the dual scimitar. Through art and skill, you learn to strike with tremendous strength. This ability permits you to take care of both ends of the Valenar dual scimitar as two-handed weapons, even once you use it as a double weapon. For instance, you include 1-1/2 times your Strength bonus on damage rolls with each end of the weapon. Some other damage bonus in the Power Attack feat is doubled when combined with the weapon.
The Revenant Blade 5e feat is Elf only(Maybe half-elf). Still, it provides +1 str or +1dex. It makes the incentive actions attack a 2d4 + stat assault, gives +1 AC, and turns the weapon into a finesse weapon, meaning that a person may use DEX because of their stat. On typical fighting mode and accomplishment, each hit does nine damage.