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Attack Attacks of Opportunity, Moving in threated spaces from moving within a threatened area?

I'm curious about moving in threatened squares, say I'm a fighter and I'm already in a square fighting a monster with normal melee range and I move to the opposite side of him so that an ally can move where I was and gain combat advantage against the monster. Do I provoke an Opportunity Attack because I left a threatened square or do I not since I still within the area of his threatened reach? Or, to put it another way, is it leaving the square or leaving or leaving his reach that gives him combat advantagethe opportunity attack or is that my DM's choice?

Attack of Opportunity, Moving in threated spaces

I'm curious about moving in threatened squares, say I'm a fighter and I'm already in a square fighting a monster with normal melee range and I move to the opposite side of him so that an ally can move where I was and gain combat advantage against the monster. Do I provoke an Opportunity Attack because I left a threatened square or do I not since I still within the area of his threatened reach? Or, to put it another way, is it leaving the square or leaving or leaving his reach that gives him combat advantage or is that my DM's choice?

Attacks of Opportunity from moving within a threatened area?

I'm curious about moving in threatened squares, say I'm a fighter and I'm already in a square fighting a monster with normal melee range and I move to the opposite side of him so that an ally can move where I was and gain combat advantage against the monster. Do I provoke an Opportunity Attack because I left a threatened square or do I not since I still within the area of his threatened reach? Or, to put it another way, is it leaving the square or leaving or leaving his reach that gives him the opportunity attack or is that my DM's choice?

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Attack of Opportunity, Moving in threated spaces

I'm curious about moving in threatened squares, say I'm a fighter and I'm already in a square fighting a monster with normal melee range and I move to the opposite side of him so that an ally can move where I was and gain combat advantage against the monster. Do I provoke an Opportunity Attack because I left a threatened square or do I not since I still within the area of his threatened reach? Or, to put it another way, is it leaving the square or leaving or leaving his reach that gives him combat advantage or is that my DM's choice?