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Who's on first?*

Tl:dr this should work without issue out of combat with the proof below.

If you don't have a DM who will just hand-wave the closeness of time to allow this (or he wants to hand-wave it to not allow), then you need to look very closely at the duration specifics.

While the time for both is 1 hour and rounds are tracked in concurrent 6 second intervals for the participants, things do get adjudicated by the turn.

This can be seen in this question about when duration spells end.

If we do go with the answer that the duration will end before the following participant's next turn starts, then we have a method to adjudicate this question.

Conjurer is 1st, Binder is 2nd: Binding Fails

In this case, we are likely 1 turn into the rotation. THis has allowed the Binder to Ready their action to cast planar binding in the same starting round that the conjurer has brought for their woodland beings.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. Right before the Conjurer's turn, the animals disappear at the end of their spell.
  2. The Binder has not fully completed their spell (it'll finish at the start of the next round's turn) and therefore the spell fails because the conjuired animals are gone.

Binder 1st, Conjurer 2nd : Binding succeeds

In this case, the Binder's readied action goes off later in the round when the Conjurer summons their animals.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. The round begins with the Binder completed their spell and the animals present are bound.

  2. The Conjurer's turn comes with the animals not having disappeared because they are now bound by Binder.

Since one works, it'll work out of combat

Since there is a path to success, it'd be trivial to say that the casters involved know this and would perform it in the right order.

As there is the clear path, then if out of combat, this will absolutely work.

Who's on first?*

Tl:dr this should work without issue out of combat with the proof below.

If you don't have a DM who will just hand-wave the closeness of time to allow this (or he wants to hand-wave it to not allow), then you need to look very closely at the duration specifics.

While the time for both is 1 hour and rounds are tracked in concurrent 6 second intervals for the participants, things do get adjudicated by the turn.

This can be seen in this question about when duration spells end.

If we do go with the answer that the duration will end before the following participant's next turn starts, then we have a method to adjudicate this question.

Conjurer is 1st, Binder is 2nd: Binding Fails

In this case, we are likely 1 turn into the rotation. THis has allowed the Binder to Ready their action to cast planar binding in the same starting round that the conjurer has brought for their woodland beings.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. Right before the Conjurer's turn, the animals disappear at the end of their spell.
  2. The Binder has not fully completed their spell (it'll finish at the start of the next round's turn) and therefore the spell fails because the conjuired animals are gone.

Binder 1st, Conjurer 2nd : Binding succeeds

In this case, the Binder's readied action goes off later in the round when the Conjurer summons their animals.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. The round begins with the Binder completed their spell and the animals present are bound.

  2. The Conjurer's turn comes with the animals not having disappeared because they are now bound by Binder.

Since one works, it'll work out of combat

Since there is a path to success, it'd be trivial to say that the casters involved know this and would perform it in the right order.

As there is the clear path, then if out of combat, this will absolutely work.

Who's on first?

Tl:dr this should work without issue out of combat with the proof below.

If you don't have a DM who will just hand-wave the closeness of time to allow this (or he wants to hand-wave it to not allow), then you need to look very closely at the duration specifics.

While the time for both is 1 hour and rounds are tracked in concurrent 6 second intervals for the participants, things do get adjudicated by the turn.

This can be seen in this question about when duration spells end.

If we do go with the answer that the duration will end before the following participant's next turn starts, then we have a method to adjudicate this question.

Conjurer is 1st, Binder is 2nd: Binding Fails

In this case, we are likely 1 turn into the rotation. THis has allowed the Binder to Ready their action to cast planar binding in the same starting round that the conjurer has brought for their woodland beings.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. Right before the Conjurer's turn, the animals disappear at the end of their spell.
  2. The Binder has not fully completed their spell (it'll finish at the start of the next round's turn) and therefore the spell fails because the conjuired animals are gone.

Binder 1st, Conjurer 2nd : Binding succeeds

In this case, the Binder's readied action goes off later in the round when the Conjurer summons their animals.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. The round begins with the Binder completed their spell and the animals present are bound.

  2. The Conjurer's turn comes with the animals not having disappeared because they are now bound by Binder.

Since one works, it'll work out of combat

Since there is a path to success, it'd be trivial to say that the casters involved know this and would perform it in the right order.

As there is the clear path, then if out of combat, this will absolutely work.

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Who's on first?*

Tl:dr this should work without issue out of combat with the proof below.

If you don't have a DM who will just hand-wave the closeness of time to allow this (or he wants to hand-wave it to not allow), then you need to look very closely at the duration specifics.

While the time for both is 1 hour and rounds are tracked in concurrent 6 second intervals for the participants, things do get adjudicated by the turn.

This can be seen in this question about when duration spells end.

If we do go with the answer that the duration will end before the following participant's next turn starts, then we have a method to adjudicate this question.

Conjurer is 1st, Binder is 2nd: Binding Fails

In this case, we are likely 1 turn into the rotation. THis has allowed the Binder to Ready their action to cast planar binding in the same starting round that the conjurer has brought for their woodland beings.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. Right before the Conjurer's turn, the animals disappear at the end of their spell.
  2. The Binder has not fully completed their spell (it'll finish at the start of the next round's turn) and therefore the spell fails because the conjuired animals are gone.

Binder 1st, Conjurer 2nd : Binding succeeds

In this case, the Binder's readied action goes off later in the round when the Conjurer summons their animals.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. The round begins with the Binder completed their spell and the animals present are bound.

  2. The Conjurer's turn comes with the animals not having disappeared because they are now bound by Binder.

IfSince one works, it'll work out of combat

Since there is a path to success, it'd be trivial to say that the casters involved know this and would perform it in the right order.

As there is the clear path, then if out of combat, this will absolutely work.

Who's on first?

If you don't have a DM who will just hand-wave the closeness of time to allow this (or he wants to hand-wave it to not allow), then you need to look very closely at the duration specifics.

While the time for both is 1 hour and rounds are tracked in concurrent 6 second intervals for the participants, things do get adjudicated by the turn.

This can be seen in this question about when duration spells end.

If we do go with the answer that the duration will end before the following participant's next turn starts, then we have a method to adjudicate this question.

Conjurer is 1st, Binder is 2nd: Binding Fails

In this case, we are likely 1 turn into the rotation. THis has allowed the Binder to Ready their action to cast planar binding in the same starting round that the conjurer has brought for their woodland beings.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. Right before the Conjurer's turn, the animals disappear at the end of their spell.
  2. The Binder has not fully completed their spell (it'll finish at the start of the next round's turn) and therefore the spell fails because the conjuired animals are gone.

Binder 1st, Conjurer 2nd : Binding succeeds

In this case, the Binder's readied action goes off later in the round when the Conjurer summons their animals.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. The round begins with the Binder completed their spell and the animals present are bound.

  2. The Conjurer's turn comes with the animals not having disappeared because they are now bound by Binder.

If one works, it'll work out of combat

Since there is a path to success, it'd be trivial to say that the casters involved know this and would perform it in the right order.

As there is the clear path, then if out of combat, this will absolutely work.

Who's on first?*

Tl:dr this should work without issue out of combat with the proof below.

If you don't have a DM who will just hand-wave the closeness of time to allow this (or he wants to hand-wave it to not allow), then you need to look very closely at the duration specifics.

While the time for both is 1 hour and rounds are tracked in concurrent 6 second intervals for the participants, things do get adjudicated by the turn.

This can be seen in this question about when duration spells end.

If we do go with the answer that the duration will end before the following participant's next turn starts, then we have a method to adjudicate this question.

Conjurer is 1st, Binder is 2nd: Binding Fails

In this case, we are likely 1 turn into the rotation. THis has allowed the Binder to Ready their action to cast planar binding in the same starting round that the conjurer has brought for their woodland beings.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. Right before the Conjurer's turn, the animals disappear at the end of their spell.
  2. The Binder has not fully completed their spell (it'll finish at the start of the next round's turn) and therefore the spell fails because the conjuired animals are gone.

Binder 1st, Conjurer 2nd : Binding succeeds

In this case, the Binder's readied action goes off later in the round when the Conjurer summons their animals.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. The round begins with the Binder completed their spell and the animals present are bound.

  2. The Conjurer's turn comes with the animals not having disappeared because they are now bound by Binder.

Since one works, it'll work out of combat

Since there is a path to success, it'd be trivial to say that the casters involved know this and would perform it in the right order.

As there is the clear path, then if out of combat, this will absolutely work.

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Who's on first?

If you don't have a DM who will just hand-wave the closeness of time to allow this (or he wants to hand-wave it to not allow), then you need to look very closely at the duration specifics.

While the time for both is 1 hour and rounds are tracked in concurrent 6 second intervals for the participants, things do get adjudicated by the turn.

This can be seen in this question about when duration spells end.

If we do go with the answer that the duration will end before the following participant's next turn starts, then we have a method to adjudicate this question.

Conjurer is 1st, Binder is 2nd: Binding Fails

In this case, we are likely 1 turn into the rotation. THis has allowed the Binder to Ready their action to cast planar binding in the same starting round that the conjurer has brought for their woodland beings.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. Right before the Conjurer's turn, the animals disappear at the end of their spell.
  2. The Binder has not fully completed their spell (it'll finish at the start of the next round's turn) and therefore the spell fails because the conjuired animals are gone.

Binder 1st, Conjurer 2nd : Binding succeeds

In this case, the Binder's readied action goes off later in the round when the Conjurer summons their animals.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. The round begins with the Binder completed their spell and the animals present are bound.

  2. The Conjurer's turn comes with the animals not having disappeared because they are now bound by Binder.

If one works, it'll work out of combat

Since there is a path to success, it'd be trivial to say that the casters involved know this and would perform it in the right order.

As there is the clear path, then if out of combat, this will absolutely work.

Who's on first?

If you don't have a DM who will just hand-wave the closeness of time to allow this (or he wants to hand-wave it to not allow), then you need to look very closely at the duration specifics.

While the time for both is 1 hour and rounds are tracked in concurrent 6 second intervals for the participants, things do get adjudicated by the turn.

This can be seen in this question about when duration spells end.

If we do go with the answer that the duration will end before the following participant's next turn starts, then we have a method to adjudicate this question.

Conjurer is 1st, Binder is 2nd: Binding Fails

In this case, we are likely 1 turn into the rotation. THis has allowed the Binder to Ready their action to cast planar binding in the same starting round that the conjurer has brought for their woodland beings.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. Right before the Conjurer's turn, the animals disappear at the end of their spell.
  2. The Binder has not fully completed their spell (it'll finish at the start of the next round's turn) and therefore the spell fails because the conjuired animals are gone.

Binder 1st, Conjurer 2nd : Binding succeeds

In this case, the Binder's readied action goes off later in the round when the Conjurer summons their animals.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. The round begins with the Binder completed their spell and the animals present are bound.

  2. The Conjurer's turn comes with the animals not having disappeared because they are now bound by Binder.

Who's on first?

If you don't have a DM who will just hand-wave the closeness of time to allow this (or he wants to hand-wave it to not allow), then you need to look very closely at the duration specifics.

While the time for both is 1 hour and rounds are tracked in concurrent 6 second intervals for the participants, things do get adjudicated by the turn.

This can be seen in this question about when duration spells end.

If we do go with the answer that the duration will end before the following participant's next turn starts, then we have a method to adjudicate this question.

Conjurer is 1st, Binder is 2nd: Binding Fails

In this case, we are likely 1 turn into the rotation. THis has allowed the Binder to Ready their action to cast planar binding in the same starting round that the conjurer has brought for their woodland beings.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. Right before the Conjurer's turn, the animals disappear at the end of their spell.
  2. The Binder has not fully completed their spell (it'll finish at the start of the next round's turn) and therefore the spell fails because the conjuired animals are gone.

Binder 1st, Conjurer 2nd : Binding succeeds

In this case, the Binder's readied action goes off later in the round when the Conjurer summons their animals.

At the end of hour turn, the following should happen:

  1. The round begins with the Binder completed their spell and the animals present are bound.

  2. The Conjurer's turn comes with the animals not having disappeared because they are now bound by Binder.

If one works, it'll work out of combat

Since there is a path to success, it'd be trivial to say that the casters involved know this and would perform it in the right order.

As there is the clear path, then if out of combat, this will absolutely work.

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