A condition suffered by a creature, typically negative and as a result of an enemy's actions during combat.

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Does Exhaustion Carry Over From A Druid's Wildshaped Form to Their Regular Form?

I have a player that has a druid character. She is trying to travel as far as possible using the form of a giant eagle. If she travels at the fastest pace possible for the longest time period possible ...
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How to rule a permanently blind PC in D&D 4e?

One of my players wants to build a totally blind character, and while we've run RP-only disadvantages in the past, this time around he wants mechanics to back it up. He's interested in taking on the ...
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Does death cure all ills?

In a previous answer, I mentioned the possibility of killing a character and restoring them to life as a possible method of removing conditions from them. On reflection, I have no idea whether this ...
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Can undead be frightened?

So in a campaign as a paladin, I cast Wrathful Smite and hit an undead creature. Can undead be affected by the frightened condition?
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What happens when making a dying, surgeless character use her second wind?

Last session happened that our Barbarian fell unconscious, with 0 healing surges, and before she could spend her second wind. The Avenger then made a Heal check to force her spending her second wind. ...
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Is there any reason to why the list of undead that can be frightened seems counter intuitive?

As I've read there are some types of undead that can be frightened and some types which cannot be frightened (see here Can undead be frightened? for reference). The list which undead can be ...
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What are the effects of drunkenness on a humanoid in D&D 4e?

I'm creating a monster NPC in D&D 4e that's supposed to be falling-down drunk, which should have pretty large effects on his skills, but I can't find the appropriate penalties or bonuses to apply. ...
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Question on Stacked conditions

According to Pathfinder rules on conditions: "If more than one condition affects a character, apply them all. If effects can't combine, apply the most severe effect." Using this, is it safe to ...