Dispel Magic states:
Choose one creature, object, or magical effect within range.
How does one differentiate a creature from the magical effect that it is currently under? Does Dispel magic target the creature to remove the effect, or is it targeting the magic itself?
Example A: Wizard with invisibility.
- Dispel Magic must target the creature and dispel the effect on
- Dispel Magic can be targeting the effect and the magic will find it's way there.
Does this mean that there is more of a separation between a creature/object with a magical effect vs a magical area effect like Web?