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You can prepare Dispel Magic to instantly dispel whatever spell a spellcaster casts. However, this will not "counter" their spell, rather, it will dispel it as soon as they cast it. So any spell with a duration of Instantaneous will be unaffected. This will only end the ongoing effects of spells which create ongoing effects. This is not at all the same as ...


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p 192 of the PH say When you take your action on your turn, you can take one of the actions presented here ... So, you take ready (a spell or anything else), the trigger does not occur and your turn rolls around again. At that point you choose a new action, which may be the same ready action you took last turn. Rinse and repeat. If you want to spend ...


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Until the end of the round. The Ready action specifies in its description that you can only hold your action until later in the round. (PHB, p. 193) The notes about concentration and the breaking thereof are additional to this limit, not a replacement thereof — it specifies that the normal Ready-Reaction timing stays the same when it says you cast [the ...


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It certainly appears to be concentration duration from the rules you quoted and nothing I can find in the Basic Rules contradicts that. Of course, that concentration is precluding him from taking other actions, so he will "waste" the spell if he does anything else but wait for his set trigger. TL;DR: Until concentration is lost or abandoned, or the ...



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