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    Carolyn Wolfe

    Is this available now? I don't see an option to customize the "to hit" feature in D&DBeyond right now.

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    Caitlan Zufelt

    Hi, I'm trying to edit a spell that my character has access to through an item, Circlet of Blasting.

    In the item's description, it says that the To Hit modifier is +5, regardless of what the spell modifier is.

    However, in the Attack section of the sheet, the To Hit modifier used is the spell modifier, which is +6.

    When I go to edit the spell, there is no option to customize it so that I can correct the modifier.

    Unlike on a different spell, for example.

    I'd like to know if this is a mistake, or if it's on purpose, as it's very confusing to try and remember that this spell's modifier is different than all the other ones when there's nothing on the actual page to indicate so.

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    Peter Schell

    Hello All,

    This is how it's done:

    on the character sheet under "Actions", click on the ATTACK tab. then click on manage custom seen below:

    on the right hand side on your browser, there is a dropdown box:

    once you have added a new custom action, click next:

    now expand the edit section:

    and voalá!

    you will most likely have to recreate everything for your weapon or spell but this is how to create a custom action. enjoy!

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    Midas1108

    I also don't see what's shown in the screenshot in the post. There is no "To Hit" modifier to overwrite when creating a custom action. This makes us unable to create a custom attack for a +X magic weapon as you'll only get Stat + Proficiency. You can add a fixed value to provide the increased damage, but the To Hit can't be changed. Please advise.

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