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Actions can be interrupted. After all, instead of your orc with Combat Patrol, the enemy could have charged across a hidden pit trap and fallen in—definitely not going to continue their charge in that case. In this case, they could not have charged your ally if you had been in that location the whole time. Thus, they cannot charge that ally now that you have ...


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RAW, the spell doesn't specify that it impedes movement. Spells that block movement do specify that little detail. While use of words like "ram" or "has to move above obstacles" might make some think that this implies solidity, this is a quite indirect way to determine solidity, not a surefire way at all. There sentences describe the ...


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The consequence is that your new position may be unfavorable As far as I know, there are no direct consequences for walking right into a hidden enemy in this way, even if that enemy can see you. That is, the enemy doesn't get an automatic opportunity attack or something like that. The main consequence of walking into an enemy is that you are now in that ...


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