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So you're invisible and carrying a helpless creature? Here's what could happen… Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 doesn't allow a creature to interpose itself between an attacker and the creature's burden, much in the same way that a creature can't carry, for example, a barrel or a coffin and claim the object's providing cover. Further, the system isn't granular ...


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According to the Rules As Written, you get cover against melee attacks if "any line from any corner of your square to the target's square goes through a wall (including a low wall)". So the defender would not have cover; the attacker can attack the defender unhindered. If the attacker were using a ranged attack, we'd use this line: "Creatures, even your ...



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