Does Eldritch smite double on crit? Because you only use your Eldritch Smite when you’ve scored a Critical Hit. 🙂 And yes, since they’re dice, they do indeed get multiplied – same as Sneak Attack. Is divine smite magic damage? Does its description say it’s magical? via
Does smite double on a crit?
So my understanding of divine smite is a paladin doesn't decide to use it until after the hit roll. And on a critical hit you double the all the damage dice associated with the attack. via
Can you Eldritch smite twice?
Eldritch smite requires you to hit with your pact weapon, and can only be used once per turn. via
Is smite affected by crit?
@msouza84 Yes, a critical hit can benefit Divine Smite. via
How many times can you use Eldritch smite?
Eldritch Smite's functionality has no bearing on how multiclass spellcasting works. It's because of what I said: you can knock flying creatures prone with it and they get no save (not even Legendary Resistance). That's too powerful to allow more than 2-3 times per combat. via
Can thunderous smite crit?
You absolutely can. It's a bonus action to cast the spell, and no other action to use divine smite, as you just need to hit a creature. Only stipulation though is that you have to cast thunderous smite BEFORE you attack though, because AFAIK per the wording of the spell, it wouldn't work if you hit before you cast it. via
Does a crit double Sharpshooter damage?
No. Only damage dice are doubled - static modifiers like the +10 from Sharpshooter are unaffected by a critical hit. When you score a critical hit, you get to roll extra dice for the attack's damage against the target. Roll all of the attack's damage dice twice and add them together. via
Can Eldritch smite crit?
Eldritch Smite caps at 6d8 force damage, or 12d8 on a critical hit. The Eldritch Smite invocation specifically requires a "warlock spell slot", referring to spell slots granted by the Pact Magic feature. via
Can a barbarian smite while raging?
LeK is correct, you can Divine Smite while Raging. via
Can a barbarian paladin smite while raging?
You can smite divinely while enraged.
It's rare--and explicitly spelled-out circumstances--where you'd make an attack but end up casting a spell. No, raging does not prevent you from using Divine Smite. via
Does divine strike crit?
Because Divine Strike damage is added to the attack roll, it benefits from being a crit, so becomes 2d8. via
Can Paladins smite crit?
Can a Paladin hit with a crit, and then choose to use smite and double all his dice? Can a Paladin hit with a crit, and then choose to use smite and double all his dice? Thx 🙂 Yep! via
Can a paladin smite twice?
TL;DR: other than "1 spell slot per attack" and "max 5d8 damage or 6d8 versus undead/fiends per use of divine smite" there are no limits. via
Can Eldritch smite be Counterspelled?
Eldritch Smite works with warlock spell slots only—the ones you get from Pact Magic. via
Can you counter spell Eldritch smite?
@JeremyECrawford can you counterspell a counterspell? — The Questionable DM (@QuestionableDM) March 28, 2017 Counterspell counters the casting of a spell. Counterspell is a spell, so it can be countered. via
Can you Eldritch smite with a bow?
So yes, absolutely you can use Eldritch Smite with an attack made with a Longbow as long as that Longbow is your pact weapon. via