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Mounted combat can get a little confusing but most of the complexity falls away if you remember that the mount and the rider remain 2 separate creatures and the only things that change is exactly what it says on p. 198. Mounted or not you and your mount have: 1 move 1 action 1 bonus action if circumstances permit 1 reaction if circumstances permit When ...


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If your mount uses the Dodge action, only it will gain the benefits. The Dodge action says that: Until the start of your next turn, any attack roll made against you has disadvantage if you can see the attacker, and you make Dexterity saving throws with advantage. There's nothing in there that would allow it to benefit anyone other than the creature ...


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You can do these while not mounted, and the mounted rules don't forbid any of these, so yes, this is possible. While the rogue can take the disengage action, it has no effect. The mount uses its own movement, not yours, and therefore provokes opportunity attacks on its own. While you're on the mount, you do not provoke opportunity attacks since you're not ...



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