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...when the creature enters the area for the first time on a turn or starts its turn there... The orcs are not entering the area, the area is changing to include them. So, your hypothetical cleric rides within 15 feet of 48 orcs, but the damage is only dealt to the last ten or so that are still within 10 feet of him when their turns start.
If the DM rules that an unseen servant follows the rules for creatures with Constitution as a nonability, an unseen servant can run indefinitely An unseen servant isn't assigned Dexterity, Constitution, Intelligence, Wisdom, or Charisma scores, therefore it's not, by the Monster Manual's definition, a creature. But if it's creature enough for the DM to ...
You get the bonus movement only once. The DH Corebook is pretty unclear about that but looking at the Deathwatch Corebook page 161 it says explicitly: Giant Among Men: A Space Marine in power armour is Hulking. This increases his Base Movement by 1 [...]
Ultimate Combat provides rules for piecemeal armor sets. The rules are not very good. Nonetheless, they specifically allow for armor sets that are Medium or Heavy yet don't confer speed penalties. This is clearly the designers' intent, and establishes that Paizo does not intend there to be a universal rule that all armors of a given category reduce speed. ...
They can do something else. On page 272 of the 5th edition DMG there are the following options that a 5e referee may use in his campaign. Overrun You can force your way through an opponents space by making a Str(Athletic) vs Str(Athletic) check. Shove Aside You can use a variant of the shove attack to move an opponent to an empty space within the ...
From the Player's Basic Rules, page 71 (or PHB p. 191): In contrast, you can move through a hostile creature's space only if the creature is two sizes larger or two sizes smaller than you. An ogre is a large creature and elves are medium. So an ogre can't move through an elf's space. In your previous example, if we have a 10-foot wide passageway with ...
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