@Lanetolsun Actually your completely wrong , a versatile weapon does qualify for dueling if held only in one hand. ( at least with official D&D) the other hand can't be a weapon, but you can hold a shield. If you use it with both hands to get the 1d10, then it doesn't qualify, but if using say a longsword and shield it does. Dueling is supposed to read as long as your holding a weapon with one hand, and not holding any other weapon. The other hand does not have to be "free", they got that part all wrong. ....also they made spears a two handed weapon there meant to be versatile. They also did versatile wrong in that it does different damage depending if used as a one hander or two hander, that while both dueling and great weapon fighting both can qualify for longsword or other versatile weapons

Last edited by soulstalker; 07/10/20 05:17 PM.