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There is no rule. The "push, drag or lift" phrase assumes that the creature is standing on solid ground. There is nothing in the text to suggest that it was intended to apply to flying movement, and the physics of lifting a heavy object while standing is entirely different than the physics of flight. A locomotive engine, for example, can easily pull a ...


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There is no rule that applies any stricter carrying capacity for flying creatures, so you'd default to the standard carrying capacity on p.176 of the PHB. Picking up and carrying a character would fall under push, drag or lift, so it would be 30 times the pteradon's Strength score, or 360 lbs. At that weight, the creature's speed is reduced to 5 ft. Below ...


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When the rules talk about squares, they are looking at the 2d map seen from above. Then, flying creatures and creatures that are on top of terrain at a different height come into the equation. The easiest way to model their interaction* is to go into full 3D mode: Areas are now cubes and creatures occupy cubes. If the now-cubic power includes a cube that ...



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