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  • 05:08 AM - Lackhand quoted MxBaticeer in post Which abilities can detect a humanoid which is possessed by a ghost?
    Eh? Why would the ghost “show up” on See Invisibility? It’s not invisible or ethereal, it’s possessing the person’s body. I would interpret the disappeared ghost as having no physical form (invisible or otherwise) while it possesses someone. Okay, but now what does "no physical form" mean in D&D terms? We still think it's a creature (because a detect evil and good -- a spell that detects creatures -- detects it). We think it has a space (because the spell that detects creatures detects it in that space). We think it "disappeared". That sounds pretty D&D-style invisible to me. Ghosts already lack a physical form via traits like Incorporeal Movement and Etherealness (and how cool is that action's "be visible on the material when you're on the ethereal", by the way?). The rules do not say it has no physical form while possessing, they say it "disappears" and "can't be targeted...". Does it take damage from ending its turn next to a flaming sphere? I think we have to go beyond the rules t...

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