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A variety of demons have teleportation at will, with a limit of 50lbs. of objects besides the demon itself. What happens when a demon tries to teleport with a bag that contains a creature, such as a ...

From page 240 of the Player's Handbook, find steed says, in part: You summon a spirit that assumes the form of an unusually intelligent, strong and loyal steed, creating a long lasting bond with ...

Recently, I played a warlock in a 5e one-shot. We were playing at level 7 and I was a blade/fiend warlock. I have as a Fiend Warlock a skill called "Dark One's Blessing" which is described thus: ...

The whole idea of casting grease is not only to knock your opponents prone but — for certain fire trigger happy wizards — to ignite it on fire (fireball as one option) causing potentially extra damage ...

Most similar spells like wall of fire have descriptions that specifically prevent a creature from being dealt the spell's damage multiple times per turn, but prismatic wall is worded differently. As ...

Do spells that have an area effect such as Burning Hands and Sleep apply to friendly creatures or is it okay to point the area towards a mixed group of friendly and hostile creatures and not worry for ...

Can Truesight (as granted by the true seeing spell) see through the darkness of the hunger of Hadar or darkness spells? For hunger of Hadar, would vision be obscured by "milky, otherworldly tentacles"?...

The web spell description says: The webs are flammable. Any 5-foot cube of webs exposed to fire burns away in 1 round, dealing 2d4 fire damage to any creature that starts its turn in the fire. I'm ...

You can use your action to cause the image to move to any spot within range. As the image changes location you can alter its appearance so that its movement appear naturel for the image. So, we ...

I know that infestation movement does not provoke opportunity attacks. However, I have a different question: Does the movement caused by the infestation spell trigger the extra damage of booming ...

What action is it to use a Goodberry? As with many things in 5e, the devil is in the details. Considering that a Thief Rogue’s Fast Hands (using objects as a bonus action instead of an action) work ...

The booming blade and green-flame blade cantrips from the Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide both have the particularity of including a single melee weapon attack as part of their casting. Several ...

Druids and Clerics (and also Paladins and Rangers) have, compared to other spellcasters, the advantage that they can prepare spells from a fairly big pool of spells. Now, if you let your players ...

Say a wizard wishes to have his ship able to repair itself mid-combat. Were he to have multiple glyphs of warding storing the Fabricate spell cast on the hull of his ship, alongside sufficient spare ...

As part of the action used to cast this spell, you must make a melee attack with a weapon against one creature within the spell's range, otherwise the spell fails. On a hit, the target suffers the ...

My character fell into boiling mud and I used misty step to get out. When I teleport am I still covered in boiling mud, and will I continue to take damage?

I'm looking over the rules for telekinesis, and it leaves me wondering based on the RAW. It says this: Object. You can try to move an object that weighs up to 1,000 pounds. If the object isn't ...

I have magic missile with caster level 3 and the toppling spells feat. Magic missile says: For every two caster levels beyond 1st, you gain an additional missile - two at 3rd level, three at 5th, ...

The way I understand it a bag of holding preserves everything you put in it and you can't put living things in there because there's no atmosphere. If you were to cast Create Atmosphere inside a bag ...

The Maze spell states: Minotaurs are not affected by this spell. So could an enterprising victim escape the Maze spell by using a spell like polymorph to turn themselves into a Minotaur? ...

I was sitting here, thinking to myself, "How does one hit multiple enemies that are behind total cover and low to the ground?" Fireball states that it targets "a point you choose within range", and ...

More specifically, consider the Gray Ooze's ability to... Corrode Metal. Any nonmagical weapon made of metal that hits the ooze corrodes. After dealing damage, the weapon takes a permanent and ...

Do spellcasters lose spells if they fall unconscious? By "lose" I mean lose the spells they have in their heads - their memorized spells, or prepared spells. Not looking at concentration, but the ...

A caster is surrounded by enemies. He casts Hypnotic pattern, centering the 30-foot cube on himself in order to target a maximum of foes. Hypnotic pattern: Each creature in the area who sees the ...

Shatter has always been my "go to" spell for damaging objects. Whether it was a wooden door or a fragile stone outcropping, I'd cast shatter to crack it or shake it loose. But today, I read something ...

Maximilian's Earthen Grasp requires a Strength saving throw to resist its effects: Choose an unoccupied space on the ground that you can see. A hand rises there and reaches for one creature you ...

My player is a monk 3/wizard 2 multiclass. To help him feel like a magic pugilist, I am using a house rule that allows his monk a Bonus Action to attack after casting specific cantrips. Since the ...

Objects don’t take damage when their wearer/carrier does, but is there any logical reason for this? In fact, The fire spreads around corners. If the fire spreads around corners, that means that it ...

I'm having trouble understanding the action economy of joining "melee combat" with "spellcasting". Jon is a Hexblade warlock (Xanathar's Guide to Everything, p. 55) that likes using his Pact of the ...

One of the druids in my group have the spell Ice Knife which specifies: Make a ranged spell attack against the target. On a hit, the target takes 1d10 piercing damage. Hit or miss, the shard then ...

From contingency: You cast that spell, called the contingent spell, as part of casting contingency, expending spell slots for both [emphasis mine] Does this mean that the spell chosen must be ...

If I cast the Haste spell on myself and I have the extra attack feature, does it matter if I use the extra haste action before or after the extra attack? I wanted to use the spell to disengage (action ...

From the description of Zone of Truth, PHB p.289: Until the spell ends, a creature that enters the spell's area for the first time on a turn or starts its turn there must make a Charisma saving ...

Never had an issue with spellcaster scaling until today. A player in the group claims he can cast Eldrich Blast twice on his turn. Once as an action, and a second time as a bonus action since it is a ...

You cast that spell, called the contingent spell, as part of casting contingency, expending spell slots for both [emphasis mine] If the spell I cast (say from a magic item or a racial trait) does ...

My rogue thinks one of three opponents is carrying a magic orb he needs. He cannot see the orb, but he has been told one of these three has it in a robe pocket. The orb is smaller than a tennis ball. ...

Contingency says: Choose a spell of 5th level or lower that you can cast, that has a casting time of 1 action, and that can target you. You cast that spell--called the contingent spell--as part of ...

As the game I'm in progresses, the looming threat of Dispel Magic (and its variations) renders off-class Permanent spell effects less and less attractive from logistic point of view - even if ...

While exploring the answer to this question the question arose about whether or not the illusion of a creature type would have sufficed for magic requiring a given creature type to work. Is an ...

Are there established ways to send messages over long distances in the D&D world? Aside from carrier pigeons and the like, is there some magic Skype spell? What are the costs of such a spell? Is ...

Can the caster orient the cube any way they like? Can the point of origin effectively be a corner, with the opposite corner pointing any way the caster chooses? This question was tagged as a ...

Based on this question, can you Counterspell a readied spell after the turn the original spell is cast as normal, but before the trigger occurs, while you hold its energy using your concentration? ...

Maximilian's Earthen Grasp requires a Strength saving throw to resist its effects: Choose an unoccupied space on the ground that you can see. A hand rises there and reaches for one creature you ...

Let's say I have a College of Swords bard (Xanathar's Guide to Everything, p. 15) that uses the Magical Secrets feature to learn the shadow blade spell and add it to the bard's spell list. At level 3,...

True Polymorph: Getting the new form it easy - it's keeping this new form that's the trick. True Polymorph transforms creatures quasi-permanently, at least until one runs afoul of Dispel Magic or any ...

If you're a high-elf fighter who has the Extra Attack feature, when you cast green-flame blade or booming blade, do you get to make your additional attacks? If so, can you cast the spell again on ...

The rules for Spell Scrolls state that: If the spell is on your class’s spell list, you can read the scroll and cast its spell without providing any material components. Otherwise, the scroll is ...

The magic mouth spell plays a message that is uttered when a trigger condition is met, and states: The triggering circumstance can be as general or as detailed as you like, though it must be based ...

In Adventurer's League, can the spell Booming Blade be casted using an improvised weapon (a shield)?

I am looking for clarification as to the mechanics of the Blink spell. I believe that the spell reads quite clearly, however most of my play group does not agree with my recent ruling. Background: ...

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