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I have said it before and I am sure I will say it again: In D&D 5e specific beats general. The Rules General rule on spell effects (PHB p 204): Unless a spell has a perceptible effect, a creature might not know it was targeted by a spell at all. An effect like crackling lightning is obvious, but a more subtle effect, such as an attempt to read a ...
How it is manifested is either covered by the spell description, or by the DM roleplay. For example if you were to cast the spell Phantasmal Force, the description clearly states that onlookers assume the player is under attack by an invisible creature. Which means the manifestations become physical if the object is attacking physically. Alternately, you ...
Yes, of course. That's exactly what it's saying.
According to this, sonic damage bypasses hardness. http://www.d20pfsrd.com/psionics-unleashed/psionic-powers/e/energy-bolt
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