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Can a prone immobilized creature stand up?
If I knock a creature prone and also manage to immobilize it (or if I prone an immobilized creature of I immobilize a prone creature) can it stand up on its next turn? Put simple: Can I stand up from ...
Oct 28 '11 at 17:30
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