Assuming you can grapple and lift both enemies, if you attack one enemy with the other, I assume this would be considered an improvised attack. Would this only be 1d4 damage to [Enemy B] in the following scenario or would the rules of Improvised Weapons allow for a higher damage die?
- [Enemy A] and [Enemy B] are both Grappled by [Player] who is physically capable of lifting one enemy.
- [Player] uses the Attack action to use Enemy A as an improvised weapon to hit Enemy B.
Does the scenario change at all if [Player] is capable of lifting both enemies and wanted to smash them together like a pair of cymbals as an attack? Would both enemies take damage, or would [Player] be required to announce one of them as the weapon and the other as the target?