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A dungeon crasher is much more versatile if played using that house rule, but creatures aren't usually also objects The Monster Manual on nonabilities says, "Anything with no Wisdom score is an object, not a creature" (312). So bull rushing a creature into another creature—even if the other creature is wearing armor—is not bull rushing the first creature ...


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Based on the latter part of the quote of the rules text: If you force an opponent to move into a wall or other solid object, he stops as normal. It seems to be that the requirement is that whatever it is the opponent bumps into has to be a solid object capable of stopping the movement normally. So a glass wall might not count (if the opponent can go ...


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The DM is always right. In other words: I see no 100% clear RAW on this and I think this is a possible answer - though I would have ruled differently, given your second question. Similar Scenario: Yes. In our last gaming session the party intended to dimension door into a room cramped with enemies. Now the rules on dimension door and solid "bodies" are ...



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