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For questions about being unconscious. Unconscious characters are unable to move or act, often at the mercy of another entity.

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Sorry, but No The Key Word here is Attack. Attacks as defined in the PHB are D20 rolls against AC. From PHB, 194 If there’s ever any question whether something you’re doing counts as an attack, …
answered Jul 12 '17 by NautArch
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die outright or fall unconscious Now, they're clearly using "die outright" for when Instant Death occurs via remaining damage equaling or exceed hit points maximum. However, combining the two … generally leads to the idea that the Monster Manual suggests death, while Players get unconscious or death. Since some creature are immune to unconscious, they would most likely just die. A more narrative …
answered Jul 3 '17 by NautArch
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YES, AC is calculated as normal The game effects listed under the Conditions state the effects. You can add more to your table, but the RAW is that AC remains the same. Increased chance to hit accou …
answered Jun 20 '17 by NautArch
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Get Gritty As a bit of a frame challenge, it sounds like your table may be looking for some grittier realism with regard to healing and recovery - and 5e covers this with variant rules within the DMG …
answered Aug 31 '18 by NautArch