I'm kind of confused as to the usage of coup de grace. Is the usage of a coup de grace basically limited to when a power, such as the wizard's sleep spell or a non-lethal hit (the player declares the creature was knocked unconscious)has rendered the target helpless?
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Lots of situations for a coup de grace in D&D...