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Jeremy Crawford
Want to shove someone off a cliff? Use the shove option in the D&D combat rules. You're free to describe it in various ways: a shove, a throw, slamming into the person, and so on.
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Welcome to the Divided States of Insanity 19 Dec 17
Replying to @JeremyECrawford
AKA you're free to flavor text it any way you like, but generally grabbing and throwing a person off a cliff would entail a grapple action unless you can initiate some sort of "knockback" situation.
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Jeremy Crawford 19 Dec 17
Replying to @AbstractDepths
I'm referring to the shove option, not the grapple option.
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Justin is Isolated 19 Dec 17
Replying to @JeremyECrawford
An excessively aggressive glance.
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genghis galahad 🗽🐦✒ 20 Dec 17
Replying to @JeremyECrawford
Perfect for Shield Master Feat!
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Brian Dunn 19 Dec 17
Replying to @JeremyECrawford
So, would you say grapple target + move them to the edge and free-action release them is NOT a way throw someone off a cliff (or drop them down a hole)?
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Cody Adams 20 Dec 17
I’d probably say that you need to go over the edge yourself to make that work. This is safer to attempt if you have a fly or climb speed.
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