Opportunity Action + Not So Fast

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As I understand it, Opportunity Actions and Immediate Actions are two different categories. Meaning (I think), a player can take one of each during a given turn. So, can I make a MBA as an Opportunity Action/Attack and use the Immediate Interrupt Not So Fast (Fighter 7) in combination with each other? I think I can, but I'd like to double check.
Yes.  If an Opportunity Action and an Immediate Action have the same trigger, you can use both in response to that trigger.
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As I understand it, Opportunity Actions and Immediate Actions are two different categories. Meaning (I think), a player can take one of each during a given turn. So, can I make a MBA as an Opportunity Action/Attack and use the Immediate Interrupt Not So Fast (Fighter 7) in combination with each other? I think I can, but I'd like to double check.



Spaceinvader is correct, but one extra little note is that you can OA once every turn, but you can only Immediate once every round.
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Spaceinvader is correct, but one extra little note is that you can OA once every turn, but you can only Immediate once every round.

And you can't do EITHER of them during YOUR turn.

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