How do Intellect Devourer's (ID) actions interact with the spell Protection from Evil and Good? Am I right that:
- if protection from evil and good is active on a creature before the ID could successfully use Body Thief on it:
- The "Claws" attack has disadvantage on attack rolls against the creature,
- if the ID uses "Devour Intellect" does the target have an advantage on Intelligence saving throw (looks like it's not stated directly in the spell's description, there is just a note about this if the target is already "charmed, frightened, or possessed") when the ID uses this attack for the first time? Or the next time, if it previously failed?
- The ID cannot use "Body Thief" at all on the protected creature.
- if "Body Thief" has already been used successfully and the target creature was not under the effect of the spell (which is a consequence of the previous statement, otherwise it cannot be), then:
- The ID's attacks (on the first target) have no meaning because the target's brain is magically consumed and ID is in the target's skull,
- casting "Protection from Evil and Good" on the target with the ID inside will with a chance of 100% drive the ID out.
Am I right? Please, pay attention to the 1.2 statement.
Actually, this question is not a duplicate of this: Protection from Evil and Good and Intellect Devourer because there was asked only if the Protection from Evil and Good can drive the intellect devourer out of the body as is stated in the monster description while in the spell description it is stated that it can affect only the creature (not body).