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    Spell Effect to Remove Condition?

    As I'm getting more and more into Fantasy Grounds (I love this program, btw), I'm finding myself trying to use the Effects system to automate as much as possible. Right now I'm trying to create effects for the Swashbuckler's panache buff and finisher ability.

    Is there a way to have a spell effect remove another effect from a character?

    Specifically, I want casting the finisher "spell" to remove the panache "buff" if present.

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    Nope. You'll have to do this manually.
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    Okay, good to know.

    Semi-related question (mostly to avoid starting a new thread): Is there a way for an effect to grant bonus damage that ISN'T multiplied on a crit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxAstro View Post
    Semi-related question (mostly to avoid starting a new thread): Is there a way for an effect to grant bonus damage that ISN'T multiplied on a crit?
    Give the effect the critical damage type.
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    Thank you so much! Really appreciate how fast you reply and how patient you are with me.

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