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There are many many ways to heal in Pathfinder Troll Styptic: Not a spell but an alchemical item though still very similar to infernal healing, the problem is that it is a painful cure that can nauseate. Very handy to have around for whenever magic (even potions) are not an option (see woundweal) ...


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Summon Monster V can summon a bralani azata which can cast cure serious wounds 2x/day. I'm sure there are more examples of creatures you can summon to cast healing spells for you. There's also limited wish and wish itself, which can duplicate cleric spells for you. You could use magic items such as a gloves of first aid or a ring of spell storing. Each ...


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"Infernal Healing" does that. I'm not sure about the more peculiar requirements though. There is also a greater version available at level 4. Both spells come from Paizo's Gods and Magic rulebook.


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Warforged and Shardminds are races very specific to the Eberron campaign setting. There is no official 5e material as of this writing, but there is an Unearthed Arcana with a first draft of Warforged on the Wizards site. From that article: Living Construct. Even though you were constructed, you are a living creature. You are immune to disease. You do ...


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No to cure, maybe to medicine Cure Wounds states, "This spell has no effect on undead or constructs", so it's out. Medicine lets you stabilize dying companions or diagnose an illness. The illness part isn't going to help as a warforged's Living Construct trait makes them immune to disease. They can be dying though so the RAW says you help them out. RAI I ...


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In general, yes: a creature's type has no mechanical impact. Cure spells work on creatures: constructs are creatures. However, all of the curative spells in the PHB (I think) specifically say they don't work on constructs or undead; this is not a general rule though. Medicine works on "your companions": with a certain generosity of spirit, this extends to ...


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hit points according to the 5e DnD Basic rules (page 74) are an abstraction of how much endurance and ability to fight a character has rather than actual wounds. so unless their is a specific wound targeted healing only rejuvenates endurance and is not actually healing wounds as the character doesn't have any wounds. therefor your characters scar will last ...


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Given the wording of the Lingering Injuries when referring to healing, it does specify that the healing restores the Lingering Injury. As such I would say that the healing only restores injuries sustained using the Lingering Injuries mechanic. But otherwise, the book just says magical healing so that's all it is intended to be. Anything beyond that is up to ...



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