Having a small debate with one other participant and there’s a small perception that it doesn’t. I used to be doing my very own analysis and the whole lot I noticed identified that it does the truth is double in cube, and therefor must be handled as a crit because it’s rolled cube. Nevertheless the opposite participant argues that it is extra injury, that you’re declaring it and rolling the bardic inspiration for it previous to confirming whether or not you hit or not.
In my very own analysis this has been not often touched upon, and even on Sage Recommendation and enworld essentially the most I’ve seen is individuals saying “the injury might be doubled however not the impact”, nevertheless it was solely a few posts.
I’ve at all times seen it no totally different from a battle-masters maneuver roll, or a paladin’s smite, each being results you declare you might be doing after you may have attacked the enemy, and thus topic to the vital clause of being injury doubled.
The counter argument is that the die (Blade Flourish) is just not tied to the injury roll, its an addition that is utilized after you work the assault’s means to land.
Blade Flourish (Edited for brevity)
Everytime you take the Assault motion on Your Flip … if a weapon
Assault that you simply make as a part of this motion hits a creature, you may
use one of many following Blade Flourish choices of your selection.
Defensive Flourish. … deal further injury to the goal you hit. The
injury equals the quantity you roll on the Bardic Inspiration die. You
additionally add the quantity rolled to your AC till the beginning of your subsequent
Slashing Flourish… deal further injury to the goal you hit and to
some other creature of your selection that you may see inside 5 toes of
you. The injury equals the quantity you roll on the Bardic Inspiration
Cellular Flourish. to trigger the weapon to deal further injury to the
goal you hit. The injury equals the quantity you roll on the Bardic
Inspiration die. You too can push the goal as much as 5 toes away from
you, plus various toes equal to the quantity you roll on that die.