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The rules on Grappled condition seem to answer the first part of your question : Grappled [...] The condition also ends if an effect removes the grappled creature from the reach of the grappler or grappling effect, such as when a creature is hurled away by the thunderwave spell. (Player's Handbook, p. 290) So that's what happens to the ...

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Does lightning lure pull a creature toward you regardless of other circumstances? No. The key words here "up to 10 feet" If something prevents it from being pulled, that would pull it 0 feet, which is included in up to 10 feet. Likewise, if there is suddenly a wall 5 feet away from the creature between you and it, it would stop when it hits the stone wall. ...

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It sounds to me like you're asking if you should use the grapple movement rules or the encumbrance rules. The grappling rules say you can move someone with you at half your speed when you have them grappled. But you must first succeed on the grapple. If I were the DM, I'd use grapple rules for prone and restrained enemies since the ability to escape would ...

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From appendix A of the PHB, under Grappled: The condition also ends if an effect removes the grappled creature from the reach of the grappler or grappling effect, such as when a creature is hurled away by the thunderwave spell. If the spell moves the grappled creature out of reach, they're no longer grappled. In your case, you mention 15 ft, ...

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By RAW, grabbing someone in any of the listed conditions would still be grappling, and, theoretically, each condition would just have an effect on the creature's ability to avoid and/or escape being grappled and moved. Interestingly enough, none of these conditions can prevent a creature from resisting the grapple. The grapple check is neither an action, a ...

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Yes, this is a DM call. Personally, I would rule that a creature who is securely restrained cannot fail the Strength saving throw. Alternatively if it was grappled by another creature, they would both need to fail the saving throw.

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The rules for lifting and carrying are on p.176 of the PHB. In a nutshell you can lift 15x your strength score and drag 30x. If your total load is less than your lifting capacity you can pick it up and carry it around. If is greater than that up to your dragging capacity you can push or drag it or lift it over your head but not move with it. If it is ...

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