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PHB p.195 You can make an opportunity attack when a hostile creature that you can see moves out of your reach. To make the opportunity attack, you use your reaction to make one melee attack against the provoking creature. MM p.11 MULTIATTACK A creature that can make multiple attacks on its turn has the Multiattack ability. A creature ...


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One, at +5 DC The assumption that a separate check is made for each square is incorrect, as indicated by this FAQ entry provided by HeyICanChan. As both that and the Acrobatics table entry indicate, if your move takes you through an enemy's square, you increase the DC by 5, which is the case here. In addition, it states the following as a special rule for ...


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Yes, a creature threatens squares it occupies As Hey I Can Chan stated, the section on Attacks of Opportunity says: Threatened Squares You threaten all squares into which you can make a melee attack, even when it is not your turn. Generally, that means everything in all squares adjacent to your space (including diagonally). However, a section ...


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Please note that your question is stated incorrectly - you don't provoke an attack of opportunity for moving INTO a threatened square, but for moving OUT of one. From Attacks of Opportunity, emphasis mine: Moving out of a threatened square usually provokes attacks of opportunity from threatening opponents. Having said that, when using Acrobatics to ...


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Yes you can. The Scabbard's ability is a Free Action, and you can use Free Actions at (pretty much) any time including when it isn't your turn. DDI: Free actions take almost no time or effort. A creature can usually take as many free actions as it wants during any turn, including other creatures’ turns.


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Yes, they can continue moving if they have any movement left. An opportunity action takes place before the target finishes its action. After the opportunity attack, the creature resumes its action. [DDI] In order to stop moving you need something like a Fighter's Combat Superiority that specifically stops them from moving farther with that action. ...


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Does A now provoke an AoO from B for both entering and leaving these squares, for a total of 6? No, just 2 attacks are provoked. Since from Attacks of Opportunity Moving out of more than one square threatened by the same opponent in the same round doesn’t count as more than one opportunity for that opponent. The opponent can only ever provoke one ...



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