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Using a readied action to manifest an opportunity attack or action by interrupting movement
Below I will present two similar scenarios in which I would like to use a readied action to interrupt an enemy's movement, with the specific goal of provoking an opportunity attack from that enemy ...
May 23 '12 at 1:38
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