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Does being in the same space as a swarm reduce the chance of being hit by an attack?

You can rule that way, but it won't help in this case Creatures can provide cover to other creatures [PHB Chapter 9: Combat]: A target with half cover has a +2 bonus to AC and Dexterity saving throws....
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Does being in the same space as a swarm reduce the chance of being hit by an attack?

Probably not First, we can consider cover (PHB p.196). In general, a creature being between an attacker and the target grants half cover, which gives the target a +2 to AC. However, this requires &...
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If a secondary target of the Chain Lightning spell casts Hellish Rebuke as a reaction, who does it target?

The target of Hellish Rebuke is the caster of Chain Lightning ... The damage you received comes from the lightning that has been evoked by the caster of Chain Lightning, even if they did not choose ...
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If a secondary target of the Chain Lightning spell casts Hellish Rebuke as a reaction, who does it target?

Chain Lightning says: You create a bolt of lightning that arcs toward a target of your choice that you can see within range. Three bolts then leap from that target to as many as three other targets, ...
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If a secondary target of the Chain Lightning spell casts Hellish Rebuke as a reaction, who does it target?

The original target didn’t do anything to you. The text of hellish rebuke makes it clear that you target a creature that damages you: the creature that damaged you is momentarily surrounded by ...
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If the Mizzium Apparatus magic item replaces a spell you cast, do you get to pick a new target?

Its a special kind of botch. You have no control over targeting, as you have no idea you've done anything wrong until after you've finished 'successfully' casting the spell. If it casts a fireball or ...
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