Okay, I downloaded Update 1.3, and I guess I'm just dense, because I can't figure out what this means:
"Q: Is my spell roll the attack roll for my spells?
A: No, your attack roll for spells uses the same proficiency
modifier (as per page 197), but you still use your Strength
or Dexterity modifier to aim it, unlike your spell rolls, which
apply to all other rolls with your spells, such as when casting
So, can someone tell me which spells a wizard would use Strength to "aim?" The ones where he or she throws something? And Dex when he or she fires a missile of some kind with a spell? And then Int for everything else?
I don't get it. I feel like the designers of this game cannot bear to write rules that are easily understood.
So, the paladin in my campaign cast "Knight's Calling" on a wyvern the other night, and the wyvern failed its save. The spell description says that the "target moves its speed toward you, avoiding any other dangers along its path (including any movement that would provoke attacks of opportunity)."
In this particular situation, it was not possible for the wyvern to move toward the paladin without provoking multiple attacks of opportunity.
I was not sure how to handle this. If the creature is not able to move without provoking attacks of opportunity, does it simply remain where it is? Move as far as it can without provoking the first attack of opportunity?