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Jun
20
accepted Declaring an interrupt during a multitarget attack
Jun
14
revised Declaring an interrupt during a multitarget attack
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Jun
14
revised Declaring an interrupt during a multitarget attack
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Jun
14
asked Declaring an interrupt during a multitarget attack
Jun
12
accepted Resolving simultaneous triggers
Jun
11
comment Resolving simultaneous triggers
It seems then that DM interpretation allowing, the following order applies : (1) Attack kills 7 minions and damages non-minion (2) RoK triggers x 7 and resolves essentially as a rider attached to the end of the attack (3) RoK damage can therefore only by applied to the remaining adjacent non-minion, and (4) Monk teleports x 7 times, resolving as 7 separate free actions following the attack.
Jun
11
accepted Resolving triggers arising during a move action
Jun
11
revised Resolving simultaneous triggers
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Jun
11
comment Resolving simultaneous triggers
Edited, this is now a one part question
Jun
11
asked Resolving triggers arising during a move action
Jun
11
revised Resolving simultaneous triggers
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Jun
11
comment Resolving simultaneous triggers
It is indeed unclear, but thanks for the interpretation. A logical "order of death" would indeed seem to make it so that the order would be "damage is dealt to adjacent enemy , then teleport" x 7. However with it ruled this way, assuming the DM doesn't interfere with free actions, you could do as follows: (1) Enemy #1 dies, deal damage to adjacent enemy, teleport, (2) Enemy #2 dies, deal damage to adjacent enemy (after teleport), teleport, (3) Enemy #3 dies, deal damage to adjacent enemy (at new teleport position), and so on. Thanks for your thoughts!
Jun
11
asked Resolving simultaneous triggers
May
27
answered Do immediate interrupts stop the action?
May
27
answered Could non-lethal damage draw blood?
May
23
awarded  Teacher
May
23
awarded  Supporter
May
23
awarded  Scholar
May
23
accepted Using a readied action to manifest an opportunity attack or action by interrupting movement
May
23
revised Does 'Reactive Stealth' allow a gnome to become hidden using the partial cover of a companion?
added 460 characters in body