Practiced Spell (5e Feat)

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Practiced Spell

Prerequisites: The ability to cast at least one spell and one damaging Cantrip
You have practiced a single cantrip so many times that it has become your go-to spell.
You gain the following benefits:

  • When you take this feat choose one Cantrip you know that is has a casting time no longer than one action to become your Practiced Spell. You may cast your Practiced Spell as a bonus action.
  • When you deal damage with your Practiced Spell, you deal a bonus 1d4 damage of the spell's damage type.

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