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The prequel to this answer is... Where does the monk get a 2nd standard action from anyway? You only get one Standard action per round, unless you have something granting you additional actions. Also you may only take a single Bonus Action per round, no matter how many options you have offering them... But we'll ignore that, and assume he was Haste'd or ...


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You can't hit an opponent from behind in 5th edition. At least, not in a mechanical sense. There is no directional facing rule. Characters in 5e are active, moving all together, not robotic figures like the guards in Metal Gear Solid. They are assumed to be able to turn and look about freely. I would rule against the player in this case, considering the ...


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Hiding takes an action So, if the character is not able to attack solely using a bonus action or is allowed to hide as a bonus action he cannot hide after an attack. Additionally in the PHB on p. 177 it says: You can't hide from a creature that can see you clearly [...] So you first have to get out of sight before taking the hide action. For Wood ...


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According to the size chart, large creatures take a -4 to stealth checks. This can be explained by they can still move quietly but have a harder time locating cover such as trees. Now open terrain this is far more difficult to imagine than in say a forested area where size would not affect you as much because there is so much more cover. Basically put, if ...


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Yes, characters can move more than 20 feet in a round and still hide The travel pace you are referring to is for overland travel, according to PH 181: Every character and monster has a speed, which is the distance in feet that the character or monster can walk in 1 round. This number assumes short bursts of energetic movement in the midst of a life-...



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