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What happens when Wand of Wonder allows you to cast Detect Thoughts on a creature?

I can read the text two different ways. Your question seems like it's calling out to the possibility of the second one, but I definitely would not recommend using it, except if you're looking to mess ...
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What happens when Wand of Wonder allows you to cast Detect Thoughts on a creature?

You detect the thoughts of the selected creature. The Wand of Wonder does not change the range of detect thoughts as its range is not expressed in feet. So when you cast it, it still has a range of “...
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What counts as a "specific effect" of the Guards and Wards spell if the Dispel Magic spell is cast on it?

The text is unclear. The two major explanations that immediately come to mind are 'all things of the same category are the same effect' and 'each individual instance is its own effect'. So if you ...
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What counts as a "specific effect" of the Guards and Wards spell if the Dispel Magic spell is cast on it?

Each separate paragraph can be dispelled individually Caveat: This is all my interpretation, I wasn’t able to find any official sources that would definitely back it up. Note the description of Guards ...
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Can climbing up a tree prevent a creature from being targeted with Magic Missile?

Climbing costs two feet of movement for each foot travelled. The rules for climbing state: Each foot of movement costs 1 extra foot (2 extra feet in difficult terrain) when you’re climbing, swimming, ...
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Can climbing up a tree prevent a creature from being targeted with Magic Missile?

In DND 5e, the fact that the target is up a tree will not by itself defeat Magic Missile as long as the target is otherwise in range. In fact magic in general and magic missile in particular is quite ...
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