- A wizard casts Magic Jar and then he takes control of another creature's body
- The wizard in the new body casts Death Ward on himself
- The wizard kills his previous body
- The wizard goes 100ft away from the container used for Magic Jar and destroys it in some way. Then, according to Magic Jar:
If the container is destroyed or the spell ends, your soul immediately returns to your body. If your body is more than 100 feet away from you, or if your body is dead when you attempt to return to it, you die. If another creature's soul is in the container when it is destroyed, the creature's soul returns to its body if the body is alive and within 100 feet. Otherwise, that creature dies.
But, according to Death Ward:
If the spell is still in effect when the target is subjected to an effect that would kill it instantaneously without dealing damage, that effect is instead negated against the target, and the spell ends.
My question is: what happens to the wizard? Does the body survive? Does the soul survive? Does the soul return to the new body? I think that in this case rule need to be interpreted, because the body and the soul are in two different places at the occurrence of death. My main doubt is whether dying is referred to the body or the soul.