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In short, the answer for this question is the same as the answer to the question you reference. Damage type simply describes the damage dealt, and is mostly relevant for narration, damage resistance/immunities, and sometimes for special abilities. Another way of saying it... this one's just flat, that one's kinda spiky, and the other one is cutty. ;)


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Skeletons are vulnerable to Bludgeoning damage and some oozes have abilities triggered by slashing. Split. When a pudding that is Medium or larger is subjected to lightning or slashing damage, it splits into two new puddings if it has at least 10 hit points. Each new pudding has hit points equal to half the original pudding's, rounded down . New ...


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Damage, in general, is unaffected by AC. Here's what AC does: When you make an attack, your attack roll determines whether the attack hits or misses. To make an attack roll, roll a d20 and add the appropriate modifiers. If the total of the roll plus modifiers equals or exceeds ...


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"Charnel Touch (Su): Negative energy flows through a dread necromancer's body, concentrating in her hands. At will, but no more than once per round, she can make a melee touch attack against a living foe that deals 1d8 points of damage, +1 per four class levels. This touch heals undead creatures, restoring 1 hit point per touch, +1 per four class levels. A ...


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You've spelled out basically all the information I was able to find on the matter, and the rules seem to work exactly as written. The only source I found with more information was Arcana Exxet, which is more detailed on how Sacrifice works: There are spells and mystical abilities that allow the caster to voluntarily sacrifice points of life to gain ...


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Yes, it's immune. But only because Charnel Touch says so; not due to necromancy nor any of the other construct immunities. Charnel Touch (Su): [...] At will, but no more than once per round, she can make a melee touch attack against a living foe that deals 1d8 points of damage, +1 per four class levels. This touch heals undead creatures, restoring 1 hit ...


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Nothing says it is a Necromancy effect, so it isn’t one. In fact, supernatural abilities don’t typically have spell schools; a supernatural effect like charnel touch could specify it counts as being from a particular school, but they usually don’t and schools usually only apply to spells. Consider the definition of a spell school: Cutting across the ...



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