In one of my games, a smartass player had the idea of throwing sand in a creature's eyes as an action to blind them. Our DM allowed it without even an attack roll or save. Cue everybody filling their pockets with sand to blind enemies at the start of a fight. Then we improved it by loading sand onto flying familiars and getting them to use an action to blind our enemies.
Eventually it became so routine and made encounters so trivial, our DM arbitrarily gave creatures blindsight. Instead of changing the rules to make it harder to blind with sand, suddenly everybody was Daredevil. This backfired worse than expected, making invisibility and hiding useless, and pitch black rooms only hindered us (3/4 of us don't have darkvision).
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