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The easiest way would be to scry on your target. Simple cast a scrying spell, and you can see the area immediately around the subject. Since you can see the area, it counts as "studied carefully" for the purposes of Teleport, which makes it pretty easy to get there. Since you're familiar with them, they get a -5 to the will save, assuming they don't want ...


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Lacking a system tag to guide an answer to a specific system, I'll list a few ways I've seen this handled, both in canon and by GM decisions. Many fantasy worlds aren't hurtling through space. Many Dungeons-and-Dragons campaign settings either have edges (nearly-flat worlds) or are the centers of their universe (the sun revolves around the Earth). ...


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The target of the spell anticipate teleportation delays itself if it uses a teleportation effect An emanation affects the subject of the emanation as if he were within the emanation's area. The 3rd-level Sor/Wiz spell anticipate teleportation [abjur] (SpC 13) et al. doesn't say otherwise. The Area entry of the spell anticipate teleportation uses language ...



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