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The Ground is the Battle Map. While this answer will not satisfy the simulationists out there, it is probably the unspoken principle upon which D&D 4E, a combat-heavy system, is designed around. All the descriptions of various things that I've read talk about things that could be "on the ground" or are different from ground. For example, Tremorsense ...


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There are lots of ways to adjudicate this. As always, it helps to have a rationale so you can sort out the effects of unplanned events quickly and consistently. We've struggled with this in a number of different systems for years, but I'll give you the two easiest mechanisms to GM that we've used. If you treat phasing as a form of limited dimensional ...



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