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What HP does Finger of Death leave you at when it kills you?
Let's say you're at 23 HP and your CON score is 15. You're hit by Finger of Death cast by a 13th level Wizard, and as a result suffer 130 damage. Are you left at -107 HP, or does it simply drop you to ...
Aug 15 '13 at 4:37
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