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An invisible creature is not hidden; therefore everyone knows where it is. If it takes an action to hide (which it can do because it is invisible) then only those whose passive Wisdom (Perception) equals or exceeds the creature's Dexterity (Stealth) check knows where it is. Those who know where it is can attack it (with disadvantage). Those who don't can ...


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The invisible condition states: An invisible creature is impossible to see without the aid of magic or a special sense. [...] The creature’s location can be detected by any noise it makes or any tracks it leaves. Invisible is not the same as hidden as pointed out in the answer to this question. Unless a creature is hidden, other creatures know the ...


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I've DMed a character who uses this ability and ran it RAW. Not being able to move or act pretty much restricts him to using it to be spooky. If a player tries to constantly ambush people they would not be getting a massive advantage since they would instantly be visible. If it ends because someone walks past with a torch it makes the ability practically ...


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Yes, the gaze attack affects invisible creatures. The gaze attack is automatic as long as you are looking at the creature with the gaze attack. In this case, in order to avoid the bodak's death gaze, the invisible attacker would need to avert his eyes on his turn. It doesn't matter if he's invisible or not, because the ability triggers when you look at ...



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