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Is it still valid to zig-zag an opponent through a wall for multiple hits?
An old D&D 4e trick is to use forced movement to zig-zag your opponent through a wall effect multiple times for multiple hits. As I understand it, the Wall of Fire power specifically has been ...
Oct 2 '11 at 4:56
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