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D&D: Tricks For Fighting Invisible Enemies

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The power of invisibility would be incredibly useful to have in real life, yet it's par for the course in Dungeons & Dragons, as it's fairly easy to fade from view.

There are a number of D&D spells and magic items that grant invisibility, while many creatures from the monster races can do so naturally.

A D&D party will eventually come across an invisible foe, but there are effective methods for dealing with them using regular items and low-level spells.

The ability to turn invisible is incredibly useful to a D&D party, as it makes it easy for rogues to scout ahead, and for spellcasters to hide from enemy fire until they are ready to act.

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