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For questions about eldritch invocations, a feature specific to the warlock class in D&D that provides different invocations that allow additional spellcasting options and other magical abilities.

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No, Freedom of Movement does not counteract a Forcecage Freedom of Movement has five principle effects: Target is unaffected by Difficult Terrain Target cannot have their speed reduced [by magical …
answered Jun 13 by Xirema
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4. None of the Above (But 1 & 2 are partly correct) Strictly speaking, in 5th edition D&D, nothing is simultaneous. If two events are simultaneous, they'll be resolved in some kind of order, as speci …
answered Dec 11 '18 by Xirema
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Yes, they can still Trance Aspect of the Moon doesn't eliminate the ability for a character to sleep, it simply eliminates their need to sleep, or any ability for them to be forced to sleep, like wit …
answered Sep 13 '18 by Xirema