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RAW what happens is none of your scenarios, but: 3rd scenario: Barbarian takes the blow and is now at -8 HP. Immediately Guarded life triggers (because he is raging and just go below 0 hp) and convert 10 of his lethal damages to non-lethal damages, which brings him to 2 HP and 10 non-lethal damages. As he has now more lethal damages than HP, he falls ...


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When your nonlethal damage is greater than or equal to your current hitpoints, you fall unconscious. In the first case, the barbarian drops to 0, and then the remaining damage is converted to nonlethal. The barbarian is stabilized with 0 HP and 8 nonlethal damage. At this point, if the barbarian receives 1 point of healing, they would have 1 HP and 7 ...


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I don't see anything that would disallow it. I've taken a look through the shifter rules and the barbarian rage ability: Rage Rage has a few governing factors. The important points are Use a bonus action to start Do not gain certain benefits if wearing heavy armor Cannot cast spells or maintain concentration Lasts one minute, or until ended ...


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They do stack There is nothing limiting you from taking 1/4th the damage of any attack given the right circumstances. For instance, if you have resistance to fire damage and you have a dexterity saving throw success against a fireball, you take half damage from the it and another half of that due to resistance, netting you 1/4th damage. So yes, you can ...


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Yes, they stack The only limitation that I can find with regards to damage on PH 197 states that resistance doesn't stack. Since only one of the abilities you're asking about confer resistance —the other just modifies damage—there is no stacking conflict. Note that uncanny dodge is only usable one per round, since it requires your reaction, so cannot ...


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By current RAW, there's nothing stopping anyone from using Inspire Courage while raging. That being said, I do not believe that it should be allowed per RAI. Barbarians have a very limited set of things they can do while raging and the prohibitions should, logically, extend to charisma-based skills and abilities (which would include performance). Consider ...



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