The spell Unseen Servant says "If you command the servant to perform a task that would move it more than 60 feet away from you, the spell ends." But what happens if I move away from it? For example,
- An Unseen Servant is just standing around not performing any task at the moment. I move more than 60 feet away, do something, and then later come back within the 60 ft. to give the Servant a task.
- An Unseen Servant is just standing around not performing any task. I move 70 feet away, and while there spend my bonus action to command it to come 15 feet closer to me. This is a task that involves some portion of moving beyond 60 feet from me, but the end goal is within 60 feet.
- An Unseen Servant is folding a basket full of clothes that will take quite some time to complete. While it's doing that, I leave the 60 ft. range and do other things. Can the Servant continue this task, even though it's performing a stationary task while more than 60 ft. away from me?
- Is the limit considered at the start of having it move, the end of having it move, or both?
- Is the limit at any time, or just when it moves?
- If it's in motion (folding clothes or whatnot), but not "moving" (like from one square to another, if playing on a grid), does it still need to be within the 60 ft.?