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The example turn you described is legal concerning RAW. You would be able to break up your movement and attack both targets as long as your mount has enough movement to get you there. As for the opportunity attack, any time you move outside of a creature's reach without taking the Disengage action you would provoke an attack of opportunity. Luckily, in your ...


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First of all (PHB p.198): Intelligent creatures, such as dragons, act independently. Now your mount is as intelligent as a Young White Dragon so this probably applies to it (check with your DM). As such the mount acts on its own turn and can take the attack action to trample; with your telepathic link you can ask your mount to do something, however, ...



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