I'm new to D&D. I've read certain answers to questions similar to mine, but I wish further clarification.
Can I, as a Winged Tiefling, fall onto an opponent as part of an attack? And more specifically, does the distance I fall deduct from my movement distance tally?
I have a speed of 30 feet, and I'm 15 feet over an opponent. I wish to fall onto him, using my body weight as a weapon. I then want to move 15 feet, cast a spell as an action, then move 15 (or Dash 30) feet as a Bonus Action and cast a Cantrip.
Would the falling 15 feet, as it's unwilling movement, cost me movement, thus removing the second part of my movement phase?