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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
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comment Can a character in the middle of a move action alter his movement based on a change in his surroundings?
Very interesting but not quite answering the question Brian. It wasn't whether we could have forced movement during voluntary movement but instead whe... what Ace said. :) (Ty though, it was an interesting read.)
Dec
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comment Can a character in the middle of a move action alter his movement based on a change in his surroundings?
@AceCalhoon You may be right but the only way I am going to convince him is if I can find a rule somewhere. Hmm.
Dec
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comment Can a character in the middle of a move action alter his movement based on a change in his surroundings?
This came up in my first D&D 4e game my D&D group tried. My DM Decided that this falls under the benefit that the Human Bandit gets from his basic attack. Since the bandit's slide doesn't interfere or stop the movement of the player then the player's movement remains unchanged (aka resumes the Exact action he was doing before the OA) Now, we went on with the game but I asked him about it because I felt the player could change his move any time during his move as long as he doesn't "Take back" a movement. So he prompted me to find more info and so I ask:) Ty all and I await more answers.
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Dec
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asked Can a character in the middle of a move action alter his movement based on a change in his surroundings?