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When you move, you can drag or carry the grappled creature with you, but your speed is halved, unless the creature is two or more sizes smaller than you. Speed isn't distance. speed = distance/time. Your speed is halved. You moved 30' (of 60') at full speed. You can now move the rest of your movement at half speed or 15' more feet of movement. ...


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No, grappling halves your speed attribute, it does not cost half your movement: When you move, you can drag or carry the grappled creature with you, but your speed is halved, unless the creature is two or more sizes smaller than you. The way to read movement-changing rules clearly is to always keep in mind that there are two separate values operating: ...


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https://mobile.twitter.com/JeremyECrawford/status/636294197226528769?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Unfortunately Mearls is not the proper authority on these matters...although he does try his best to help. Since he openly admitted he could not recall the rules on the matter and gave an educated guess...Crawford recalled them for him. As per the intended RAW in PHB ...


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Don't overthink this stuff, D&D 5 will tell you if there is anything special going on. Remember the 5-foot space is an abstract measure of the area a character controls, not that they physically occupy. Do allied characters in the same space suffer any negative effect? No. Is there a limit to the number of characters that can be stacked on a ...


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There are two different things happening here: your movement speed being halved, and spending half your movement speed. These work differently, and the order matters. The end result is that the grappler can't move-drag after standing up from prone. Here's how it works: You start with your full movement speed. Let's use 60′ for the sake of example. ...


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Players Basic Rules, pg 71 Moving Around Other Creatures If you leave a hostile creature’s reach during your move, you provoke an opportunity attack, as explained later in the chapter. and, Players Basic Rules, pg 73 Opportunity Attacks You can make an opportunity attack when a hostile creature that you can see moves out of your ...



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