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I am using "Invoke Duplicity" to create a perfect illusory clone of my self. The clone is currently 100ft away. I want to cast "Dominate Person" on a target 120ft away. Can I do so without moving?
For simplicity, assume I am on a flat, well-lit plain with no obstructions so I can clearly see out to 120ft.
Invoke Duplicity is a Trickery Domain feature that requires concentration and allows you to "cast spells as though you were in the illusion’s space, but you must use your own senses."
Dominate Person is a spell with range 60ft and requires concentration. It also states:
While the target is charmed, you have a telepathic link with it as long as the two of you are on the same plane of existence.
I know that when I cast Dominate Person, the Invoke Duplicity effect will end (since they both require concentration), but I wonder if the effect will last long enough for me to target and cast the Dominate Person spell.
This question was inspired by this one and this one. It is not a duplicate of the latter because it is not trying to cast the second spell (Dominate Person in this case) for an instant effect. It is not a duplicate of the former because the former is a duplicate of the latter, so if this question isn't a duplicate of the latter, it therefore can't be a duplicate of the former either. If they have the same answer it does not make it a duplicate if the questions being asked are different.