#20 | Staffs and Poles

September 13, 2019

#20 | Staffs and Poles

Carry a staff or pole if you want to stay alive in Dungeons and Dragons. It can be dropped or used in a fight, but they are also useful for poking things like Mimics, traps, or contagious things. You can try to extend jumps, help a falling player, and swat at things flying your way. A metal pole can last longer in fire or acid, and a staff may confuse enemies thinking you are a mage- or harmless old traveler. SO many uses for poles.

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