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    Default Re: Princes of the Sword: A Warblade's Handbook [Under Construction]

    Quote Originally Posted by Golden-Esque View Post
    it even says in the rules that if you make a Swift action during your turn, you can't make an Immediate Action until the start of your next turn and vice versa.
    That's not what you just posted says.

    If you use a swift action on your turn, you can use a counter after your turn, but then you can't use swift action on your next turn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Golden-Esque View Post
    Initiative Count
    {table=head]Initiative | Creature
    20 | Enemy 1
    14 |Ally 1
    13 | YOU
    8 | Enemy 2
    2 | Ally 2[/table]

    Alright. Your initiative is 13. If, on your turn, you initiate a Boost maneuver (or use any other Swift action), you can't use an Immediate action until the initiative resets to 20.
    Sure you can. If you use an Immediate Action before your own initiative count, you can't use swift actions on your turn, but you can use one after your turn is over (so in your table, you could use an Immediate Action during E1's turn, A1's turn or your own turn, and use another after your own turn).
    Quote Originally Posted by Golden-Esque View Post
    However, if you use an Immediate Action before your turn starts in a given round, then you can't make an Immediate Action or a Swift Action for the remainder of the round.
    Round and Turn are not the same. Read the rules you posted.

    [Edit]: Swordsage'd.
    Last edited by Greenish; 2010-11-23 at 04:20 PM.
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