The class feature Enhanced Bond contains this:
[provision that grants a bonus on casting fire or healing spells]
In addition, when you cast a spell with a range other than self, the spell can originate from you or your wildfire spirit.
I am standing 20 ft from an enemy target and I cast Thorn Whip (or through multi-classing, say Eldritch Blast with Grasp of Hadar) through my wildfire spirit is positioned 20 ft directly above the target.
On a hit is the target
- A) pulled 10 ft towards me as the caster of the spell (and thus dragged along the ground) or
- B) pulled 10 ft towards the wildfire spirit (and thus ends 10 ft in the air, dropping for d6 damage and prone condition).
I assumed it would be B, not even expecting to have to defend the assumption, but the GM staff of my Westmarches game ruled that it was A due to the wording of the spell effect says “You”.
“Enemy is pulled towards you.”
“Enemy is pushed away from you.” The GM staff ruled that “you is you” even if the spell comes from a different direction because you refers to the caster, not the origin.
Any sense or evidence of what the intent was here?