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2:26 PM
@NautArch
# This could go a number of ways. #

The ultimate answer here is "it's up to you," but let's explore it a bit.

The description for [Scrying][1] includes (emphasis mine):

> You can see and hear a **particular** creature you choose...

As a DM, I would interpret this as particular = specific, so in this case your NPC/persona wouldn't be a valid target. Xanathar's Guide to Everything offers an optional rule for spells with invalid targets as the following:

> If you cast a spell on someone or something that can’t be affected by the spell, nothing happens to that target, but if you used a spe
 
@G.Moylan o/
yassss
I'd link to PJRZ's answer and not say 'below', although it is below right now :)
 
how do I link to a comment?
 
I'd suggest you lead with ## It is ultimately up to the DM
My bad - I'd roll their idea into your answer. Comments are ephemeral.
But lead with ##, not #
I recently learned that :P
 
isn't ## a header 2?
 
one sec, let me find the meta
 
2:38 PM
# It is up to the DM. #

The ultimate answer here is "it's up to you," but let's explore it a bit since this could go a number of ways.

The description for [Scrying][1] includes (emphasis mine):

> You can see and hear a **particular** creature you choose...

As a DM, I would interpret this as particular = specific, so in this case your NPC/persona wouldn't be a valid target. Xanathar's Guide to Everything offers an [optional rule][2] for spells with invalid targets as the following:

> If you cast a spell on someone or something that can’t be affected by the spell, nothing happens to that
 
bingo...but let me see if i can find more on the headers...
 
kk
 
2:54 PM
I'll just use an H2 for now and be done with it
there's no other headers so it's not a big deal for me
 

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