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Things Do What They Say They Do For example, a feat that says it enables the user to deal sneak attack damage to undead creatures enables the user to deal sneak attack damage to undead creatures. On the other hand, a feat that says it enables the user to score critical hits on undead creatures enables the user to score critical hits against undead ...


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Rules-as-Written it depends on whether your ability temporarily removes or negates the target's immunity, or bypasses or ignores it. If it is of the former two options, you can certainly sneak attack the target while it is no longer immune to critical hits. If it is of the latter two options you cannot do so, as the target is still technically immune to ...


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Ordinarily, yes. An undead creature who is destroyed and then resurrected doesn't come back as an undead creature: it comes back as whatever it originally was, not as the undead creature. Nothing prevents it from becoming the same kind of undead again, of course, if the opportunity arises. The Ghostwalk campaign setting (initially published for 3e, but an ...


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You will no longer have the template at all. That is, none of its features, whether from type (Undead), subtype (incorporeal), or the specifics of the template. You also no longer count its LA against your effective character level. Specifically, under the Undead traits in the Monster Manual: Resurrection and true resurrection can affect undead ...



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