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AoOs against the same enemy on his turn?

I had this question: Attacks of Opportunity from moving within a threatened area? So, if an enemy goes from one threatened square to another one threatened by the same guy twice, and the area ...
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Enemies AoO generate AoOs? AoOs for non-beginners, understanding Karmic Strike and Robilar's gambit

I've got a robilar knockback dungeoncrasher build and I want to fully understand how does it work. So, let me get this stright: Jack the barbarian has a sword on his hand and both feats in the title ...
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D&D 3.5e understanding attacks of opportunity

I am currently assisting in the dming of the game as far as understanding rules. in the last game session we played i experianced a AoO for the first time as did the actual dm. A pc(1) was engaged in ...
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How can I make Attacks of Opportunity using a ranged weapon?

Is there any way a character can make an attack of opportunity using a ranged weapon? If so, how? What book does it come from?
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In D&D 3.5 Why does “Withdraw” not trigger an “Attack of Opportunity”?

In D&D 3.5 "Withdraw" is defined as follows: Withdrawing from melee combat is a full-round action. When you withdraw, you can move up to double your speed. The square you start out in is ...
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In 3.5 DnD, readying a move action to go adjacent to an enemy provoking AoO

If you ready an action to move into threat range of an enemy triggered by that enemy doing something that would trigger an Attack of Opportunity (such as casting a spell or moving out of a square), do ...