Taunt Condition (5e Variant Rule)

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Taunt Condition[edit]

This condition is meant for those that want to add a new twist to the popular charmed condition. In a way, this condition is the reversed version of the charmed condition in terms of functionality. While this may seem like a detrimental condition to have, many enemies and players alike can use this condition to their advantage. For example, PCs and enemies with a high AC and hit points could take advantage of this condition to focus all damage on them to protect their more vulnerable allies.


  • A taunted creature loses concentration on their spells and must target the taunter for all attacks, harmful abilities, and magical effects.
  • All actions, attacks, spells, features, and abilities that the creature uses must target the taunter or they cannot be used.
  • The taunter has disadvantage on any ability check to interact socially with the creature.

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