If I charge an enemy, when I move adjacent to it do I provoke an OA from him? (the target himself that is)
In my first game in a new group my friends an me are making, we thought that it does not.
I have been thinking about it however, and as it is not a shift, shouldn't it?
If it does, does that mean that a fighter who was a victim of a charge can OA his assailant, stopping his movement, preventing the attack?
As a quick supplement question, It is allowed to make a move then a charge attack. This move would consist of a move action, then a standard action, which is legal correct?
NOTE: this question was answered in the comments below, I have misinterprited the nature of OAs