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Is there a precedent for granting a circumstantial bonus to ranged attacks made from high ground in D&D? Yes. In 2nd edition it was a +1 bonus. 3rd edition retained this +1 bonus for high ground, though it only applied to melee attacks, not ranged. Would it make sense to grant such a bonus in a 5th edition game? Probably not. 5e eschewed most ...


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As per the RAW, there is no explicit penalty for hitting a falling target. The DM is allowed to award advantage or disadvantage to any situation they think appropriate. It's worth noting that an experienced marksman likely wouldn't have much issues figuring out how to lead a target moving at constant speed and unable to effectively dodge. Very likely, the DM ...



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