Originally Posted by Maximuuus
How do you say "auto against stronger ennemies" with a toggle?
I never said with a toggle. O_o
I just presumed there is still a player behind the desk. laugh

Originally Posted by Maximuuus
So lets imagine we have set all reactions on "ask", the game is going to ask if we're doing the AoO and THEN if we use pur divine smite + which spellslot ?
Honestly, i believe this all could be done in single question ...

> would you like to use your Reaction for AoO? Y/N
> would you like to add Smite? Y/N/Crit Only
> wich spellslot? 1/2/3/...

(Obviously it presumes that if you miss, it will not consume your spellslot, since that would be just nonsense.)

You set whatever combination suits you, and the game will do it.

I would not like to have "Ask" option to ask you every single step one-by-one that would be pretty anoying indeed ...
But i believe we can make few steppes at once in this.

Originally Posted by Maximuuus
On top of that, what when 5 ennemies are moving together with the new "swarm AI" ?
No idea, believe me or not i havent seen it yet. laugh
My game was extremely unstable until just recently. smile

Will tell you, after i get this new feature under my skin a little. wink

Originally Posted by Maximuuus
Like Hellish Rebuke.
The problem with Hellish rebuke, in my opinion is not that you have to cast it before. It's that I have zero control on the target.
The game could just ask me to target lets say up to 5 ennemies (or click the "all ennemies icon") before casting the spell.
Lets say I choose 5 targets, the first one in the initiative order among those that's attacking me I've selected burns.

If I can "recast it for free" at each turn, I have way more control on the triggers than currently for the price of an additional things during our turns on top of not adding flow breaking questions during rounds.
This sounds like good idea. :3
I like it!


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