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Certain monsters have an Action/Legendary Action that allows him to teleport 120 feet. Using the Balor as an example:
Teleport. The balor magically teleports, along with any equipment it
is wearing or carrying, up to 120 feet to an unoccupied space it can
Could he grab an enemy and then teleport them both 120 feet away?
A teleportation feature allows a passenger only if it explicitly says so.
Consider the spell thunder step:
You can also teleport one willing creature of your size or smaller who is carrying gear up to its carrying capacity.
Thunder step explicitly states that you can bring a friend along. Since Baylor’s feature doesn’t say another creature may come along, Baylor’s teleport feature is a solo trip (since other creatures are definitively not equipment).
No, as a general rule.
Teleport powers are one person, with equipment, and cannot carry other creatures unless specifically stated. Some do specify that, such as Dimension Door that allows you to bring someone with you, or Thunder Step. The Teleport spell lets you bring others along. But any such spell or power that does not say you can carry others with you does not allow that.