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Automation I wrote a program that takes a save DC, the ability modifier needed and how many creatures are affected and just gives you the number of successful saves. Example The Party runs into a horde of goblins and the Wizard instantaneously casts fireball. The Wizard PC has a Spell Save DC of 15. Your run of the mill goblins have 14 DEX, so ability ...


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It really is a moot point, despite the answer being yes. Your player has done a thing based on a misunderstanding of the rules but because the PC can do the same thing as the enemy, what they were trying to do is achievable; simply make the space one size category smaller. If you knew what the player was trying to achieve and why they chose 5 feet then your ...


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The rules for squeezing that you quoted don't actually indicate that a creature needs solid walls to squeeze; it merely says "through a space that's large enough", and the space between two walls, even immaterial walls, is a space. So as-written, yes, the ogre would be able to squeeze down the middle. However, this really lands on the DM to decide ...


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