|Jose Suarez 310|
Jose Suarez 310 wrote:Your GM will be able to give you the fastest and most appropriate answer for your table, as always. I don't answer rules questions here; you should ask them in the rules forum or on the product forum for the book in which the crossbow in question was published, so that you can get feedback and advice from the community at large.
Hello James, there is a wizards crossbow called "Mages crossbow" which adds it's enhancement bonus to your ray attacks (to hit and to damage).
If I were gonna use Battering blast as a level 20 wizard which equals to(five balls of force) with a Mages Crossbow +5, would you add this +5 bonus damage on the first battering blast only? or would it add to each subsequent battering blast attack made on that turn?
This +2 light crossbow is made of silver that never needs to be polished.
A mage’s crossbow is especially effective against creatures with spell resistance. Against such creatures, the weapon’s effective enhancement bonusincreases to +3, and it deals an additional 1d6 points of damage. Whenever the wielder casts a spell that requires him to make a ranged touch attack (such as a ray) while he has the crossbow in hand, he gains a bonus on his ranged attack roll equal to the crossbow’s enhancement bonus against the target creature. If the spell hits, the caster also applies this bonus to the caster level check to overcome the target’s spell resistance (if any) and on the spell’s damage roll (if any).
Alright so how about ''how would you play it on your table'' or have you seen anyone use it before this way?