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answered How do I fit my character in to a universe I am unfamiliar with?
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comment Could a “Fog of war” prop break a game in any way?
When I do this, I make sure to use post-its to keep the cover directly on the other side of a door from inadvertently getting pushed. Only downside that I've encountered is with secret doors. They have to not me on the map at all, and the path on the other side of it has to be covered.
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comment Is forced movement mandatory for allies?
@waxeagle It's not necessarily party issues. He was just playing the character. That can easily get over the line to a player just wanting to cause trouble, but in this case it was just one of the values that the character held. Annoying, yes, but not malicious.
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comment Is forced movement mandatory for allies?
There are cases when party members do need shoving. Like when the murderous rogue is trying to off the combatant who just surrendered and is being questioned.
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comment What happens when a grabbed target of Avalanche Stomp is teleported
I agree. You could also look at it this way: If someone was to enter the burst 3 area after the initial power went off, would they be grabbed? Of course it's up to the DM. One could argue that it's magic, and the earth and stone has "locked on" to the essence of the target, immediately reattaching itself at the new location.
Mar
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comment If I'm dazed do I forget to attack after charging?
@SimonWithers precisely. There is nothing about dazed which says resuming the action you've started is illegal. And my point is that using stunned as a guideline is not valid.
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comment If I'm dazed do I forget to attack after charging?
@waxeagle you don't have any more actions to spend, that's true. However, you've already spent the action to begin the charge, so why should you not be able to finish it? Think of resuming the charge being similar to a free actions. You can take free actions when dazed, but not when stunned. I'm not saying it's actually a free action, but ability to take a free action is one of the differences between stunned and dazed. And I think being able to resume a charge is another.
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comment If I'm dazed do I forget to attack after charging?
@simonwithers,I agree with the answer when it comes to stunned, but believe that dazed should not be treated the same.
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comment If I'm dazed do I forget to attack after charging?
@waxeagle The question you reference mainly focuses on the stunned condition and only mentions dazed as an aside. Stunned is more restrictive; it doesn't let you take any action, not even free ones, and a flying creature would drop unless it can hover. Dazed just alters the action economy for the current round. You can't take any additional non-free actions if you've reached the limit, but there is no reason why you can't finish the one that's already started.
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comment If I'm dazed do I forget to attack after charging?
I don't see how the dazed condition would end the action you're in the middle of. It will clearly prevent you from spending additional actions, but not finishing an action you've already spent.
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answered If I'm dazed do I forget to attack after charging?