Three Things: 1: The whole cavern shook. 2: The dragon definitely roared from somewhere "over there". 3: The Skraggs are gonna leave and head that way. Provoking opportunity attacks. I'll get to it, but go ahead and attack 'em if you're playing a troll who can...How much are Mord and the Troll group able to tell about the other side of the battle?
It's fine, they will. Anyone who has a troll adjacent to them can roll opp attacks along with their regular ones and move with them if they want. I know it's not exactly how D&D Turns work, but D&D turns work a little weird. I mean, if you think about it, when a creature moves away from another creature on its turn, and then the second creature follows the first, did they ever move apart? I would posit that they probably, in the reality of the situation, moved together. A few times while running these things, in my head, I've done all the movement simultaneous and then resolved the actions, as opposed to imagining it turn-by-turn. Mostly it doesn't really make any difference, on a purely D&D-rules resolution basis. Sometimes it causes little things to be different than they would be if we ran it purely turn-by-turn, but most of the time, those things don't really matter in any significant way.They haven't started to move away yet btw.
It does. At this point, you might as well post it. If she's down, it'll wake her up, and if she's not, she'll get some useful heals. I'd like to keep moving, if we can...Sesto will wait with his action until he knows how well Alhana is doing against dragon breath. However, a Channel Divinity - Preserve Life seems appropriate.