New answers tagged undead
Glitterdust is not a mind-affecting effect, a disease, a poison so yes, it will work on mindless undead.
There's no fictional reason why the blinding effect wouldn't be effective on zombies and skeletons: they have to visually sense you somehow, and there's nothing in their descriptions that indicates that they have the power to see through barriers and obscuring effects. Rule-wise, glitterdust doesn't make any special exceptions for undead of any kind, and ...
First off, dandwiki has a bad reputation. I'm not sure who this is with, but I'd personally suggest using d20srd instead. Here's their excerpt on Incorporeal Creatures (as a subtype): Incorporeal Subtype An incorporeal creature has no physical body. It can be harmed only by other incorporeal creatures, magic weapons or creatures that strike as ...
This seems to be a case of the creature description being based on a development version of a spell that was changed before publication, but the bloody skeleton's ability wasn't updated to match. Or the design notes for the bloody skeleton read something like "or 0 hp on blessed ground" and the developer that actually wrote the text didn't do due diligence ...
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