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What is the distance to points in another dimension, if there is a portal or gate to it?

I would argue that A is incorrect, as the planes are generally discrete from each other, not continuous. "No measurement possible" is not the same as "Infinite". With that, I would ...
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What is the distance to points in another dimension, if there is a portal or gate to it?

Depends on the Portal For portals that (meta)physically connect "there" to "here" could reduce the distance between planes to zero. Of course, one-way portals will only do that in ...
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What is the distance to points in another dimension, if there is a portal or gate to it?

I question the basis of the question. I don't think there's good support within the rules for the notion that extradimensional spaces are planar in nature; they're just real-space, folded weirdly. If ...
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What is the distance to points in another dimension, if there is a portal or gate to it?

It's complicated Mordenkainen, in his second treatise on inter-dimensional dimensions, postulated that.... No, wait, that's not right, because.... The rules don't say The rules don't define inter-...
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What is the distance to points in another dimension, if there is a portal or gate to it?

The rules don't say Nothing in the rules tells us that the "distance" between points on different planes is even a quantity that makes sense to measure. We shouldn't expect this to be true. ...
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How is a creature's space defined?

The main rules for Creature Size in the basic rules and PHB state that A creature's space is the area in feet that it effectively controls in combat So we know the "creature's space" and &...
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Can I use Dimension Door to teleport onto the shoulders of an ally?

Up to the GM The rules do not specifically provide for the situation you describe, and so the GM must make a ruling, or several. A very reasonable course of action is for the GM to allow it, but ...
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Can I use Dimension Door to teleport onto the shoulders of an ally?

Yes, but you cannot stay Dimension Door's limitation does not talk about space, it talks about place If you would arrive in a place already occupied by an object or a creature, So the limitation ...
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Can you end your turn in the same space as an unconscious or dead creature?

A dead or unconscious creature is not defending its space Dead creatures are considered objects under the rules, not creatures, so the rule that you cannot end your move in the space of a creature ...
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In combat, does a hidden character lose half their speed?

RAW explicitly empowers the DM regarding hiding The rules for hiding explicitly mention that the DM decides when hiding is appropriate, and that you may give yourself away if you make noise. (This ...
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In combat, does a hidden character lose half their speed?

A hidden character may move at full speed in combat. The idea of “slower speed stealth” comes from the rules for “Travel Pace”: A fast pace makes characters less perceptive, while a slow pace makes ...
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In combat, does a hidden character lose half their speed?

Stealthy movement may be slower, but not in combat It is likely that your DM remembers older editions, where stealthy movement cost double the move. This is not generally the case in 5e. There is no ...
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