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1. He Hits Rules Compendium (p. 64) has it covered, emphasis mine: Even when hit by spells (including touch spells) or magic weapons, an incorporeal creature has a 50% chance to ignore any damage from a corporeal source—except for positive energy, negative energy, force effects such as magic missile, or attacks made with ghost touch weapons. ...


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2. He may hit. The DM checks the shadow's 50% immunity to corporeal damage sources and, if Abel successfully overcomes that, then the shadow makes a Willpower saving throw. Because the attack is magic yet delivered by a corporeal source, the shadow's incorporeal subtype's 50% immunity to corporeal damage sources must be checked. The only instances in ...


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No, it can't. Animate dead and similar spells typically have a duration of instantaneous. This means the magic is only present at their creation (and for more powerful spells/spellcasters, an aura may linger for a time). After that, the negative energy has already infused the creature and made it undead - this is a "natural" (stretching the term quite a ...


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I think the answer to this depends on the setting you have chosen. http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Astral_Plane Describes that "The ramification of [the fact that the Astral Plane overlaps the world tree] is that travel between planes was not easily accomplished without going through the "trunk" of the tree (i.e., the Material plane). Direct ...



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