Discipline of Force (5e Feat)

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Discipline of Force

Prerequisites: Proficiency with at least one martial weapon
Whenever you make a melee weapon attack with a martial weapon you are proficient with, you add half your proficiency bonus rounded down to the damage dealt.

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