Airwalk and Jumping

Rules Questions


If a character is airwalking and wants to gain / lose altitude, can they jump and "land" on the air? Or jump out of the air to the ground, as a counter?

It seems to me that if it is possible to jump on the air, then you should be able to climb higher with a series of "bunny hops" upward. On one hand, jumping is separate from airwalking, so is not limited to the 45 degree angle, but that somewhat subverts the first paragraph of the spell. Ergo, can you jump on air?



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So long as you're not trying to clear a 10ft pi...

*Nefreet is suddenly sapped and dragged away from the forums*

As the spells mimics the way you walk, up and down, I'd say that "The maximum upward or downward angle possible is 45 degrees, at a rate equal to half the air walker's normal speed." restricts you from jumping straight up. Or rather, you may not be able to jump at all.

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