In Pathfinder, a thrown weapon could acquire the special ability of Return. The weapon could be launched, then flown in the air until the creature that launched it.
Can a warlock with the "Pact of the Blade" function create an effect similar to Return? I believe the following steps are in the rules:
- The Warlock Acquires a Magic Weapon, a +1 Spear
- Warlock uses "Pact of the Blade" and turns the magic weapon into his pact weapon. It takes an hour.
- Warlock rejects the weapon, "maneuvering it into an extradimensional space." No action needed.
- Flying monster appears forty feet above the head. Out of range mingled, but not out of spear scope of the pact.
- The warlock casts a spear and hits a monster. Lance stuck in the monster. It takes an action.
- The warlock rejects the spear. No action needed.
- The warlock "creates his pact weapon" and the +1 roll appears in the warlock's hand. It takes an action.
Repeat steps 5-8 until the monster flies off or one of the fighters dies.
If all the above is correct, is the duration of each step correct?
As I explained here, the warlock must basically take an action to retrieve his weapon. the Return The special ability in Pathfinder recovers the item without losing that action. Is it correct?