My question is inspired by @HeyICanChan's answer to this question. It seems community generally shares his wiew on the topic.
I'm interested in the way creature affected by Feeblemind spell interacts with Ability Damage or Drain to its Int or Cha scores, which are rendered to 1s via the spell.
Does the spell weirdly grants immunity to Ability Damage/Drain as
no matter what workarounds are attempted or what other effects are employed a creature that's been affected by the feeblemind has Intelligence 1 and Charisma 1 until the effects of the feeblemind are removed
is a part of an accepted answer?
- Does any damage/drain causes such a creature to become unconcious as above quotation in fact refers to ways to increase those ability scores?
- Or does this combination result in some complitely different outcome?
I've added dnd-3.5 tag, as I'm mostly interested in this system and I think that both Feeblemind mechanics and an outcome of the interaction I asked about are the same in both systems. If I'm wrong, it would be kind to enlighten me with your answer, why am I.