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If a feature requires that movement be willing, it will say so. Consider booming blade: If the target willingly moves 5 feet or more before then, the target takes 1d8 thunder damage, and the spell ends. Features tell you when movement must be willing movement to trigger the feature. How else are you supposed to know that it requires willing movement? Since ...


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No, there is no such collision damage which results from being forcibly moved by a spell effect This is one of those cases where a couple of D&D rules analysis clichés apply, though they still deserve explication: spells do what they say they do, and D&D is not a physics simulator. These are important because they offer the most direct way to ...


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