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Yes, Divine Aid will grant an additional death saving throw, and failing that saving throw will count against a character's 3 failure limit. This is because the saving throw granted acts just like any other save the character would make. That means that the target gets a bonus on the saving throw (even if it's a death saving throw) based on the caster's ...


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No. The Player's Handbook 2, page 219 has this to say on the matter (emphasis mine): Failed Saving Throw: Sometimes an effect changes as a target fails saving throws against it. The new effect, specified in a “First Failed Saving Throw” or a “Second Failed Saving Throw” entry, takes effect after the target fails a saving throw against the previous ...


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If the other players use a power that allows the affected PC to make a saving throw rather than granting an automatic succession then yes, that does still count as a saving throw against the Beholder's Death Ray and they run the risk of killing the PC faster. A saving throw is a saving throw whether it's made at the end of your turn or granted to you by a ...



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