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Jim Miller 28 Aug 14
Is there a line of effect in D&D and does Wall of Force block it?
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Mike Mearls
in general, a barrier that stops physical objects stops spells
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Melissa Wickersham 29 Aug 14
So do spells simply bounce off a Wall of Force, or are they reflected back towards the caster?
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Jim Miller 1 Sep 14
Replying to @Wicker1M @mikemearls
I will tule they do neither. The spell just fizzles and the slot is lost.
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Keith Ammann Sep 29
Wait, would that even include a glass window?
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Mike Mearls Sep 29
not if the spell says you need to see the target
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Keith Ammann Sep 29
But you can see through a wall of force. I assumed spells could be cast through it, even though it blocks missiles.
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Mike Mearls Sep 30
misunderstood q - would block physical effect of spell but not mess with targeting that needs sight
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Keith Ammann Sep 30
Ahhhh . . . that's what I thought. Thanks!
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