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The 5E mounted combat rules have quite a few incomplete parts that can lead to inconsistencies like this when combined with strict RAW in grid-based play. Similar to gatherer818's answer, my go-to solution is to treat the combined mount/rider as a single Large creature for most targetting, movement and range rules. This also has some bad edge cases for area ...


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5e is not designed for playing on a grid; those rules are tacked-on and incomplete. Several previous editions and spin-offs have all handled this situation by having you share your mount's space; you don't physically become Large, but between being centered (roughly) on your mount and the motion of both yourself and your mount in combat, you can target ...


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Strictly according to the rules, a rider's Veiled Moon Style feat typically can't benefit her mount… Unfortunately, the benefit of the feat Veiled Moon Style, in part, says, "Whenever you move, you can treat up to 10 feet of that movement as teleportation" (Path of War Expanded 86), and Combat on Mounted Combat on Mounts in Combat, in part, says, &...


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