So, Spell descriptions on Area entry says:
When casting a cylinder-shaped spell, you select the spell’s point of origin. This point is the center of a horizontal circle, and the spell shoots down from the circle, filling a cylinder. A cylinder-shaped spell ignores any obstructions within its area.
I feel like "any" is a bit to strong claim for how it does actually work.
Could someone elaborate step-by-step, how do you actually target such a spell when there are:
- a low wall in a spell’s area;
- a wall, higher than the height of cylinder’s point of origin, selected by a caster;
- ceiling above one of desireable "targets", but lower then a mentioned point of origin?
Should all of them really be ignored?