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Does a silvered weapon overcome resistance to non-magical attacks?

By RAW(Rules as Written), no. A typical house rule is to have silvered weapons become +0 magical ones for this purpose, but they are not considered magical in the default rules.
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Does a silvered weapon overcome resistance to non-magical attacks?

Applying silver does not make a weapon magical. The rules for silvering weapons read: Some monsters that have immunity or resistance to nonmagical weapons are susceptible to silver weapons, so ...
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Is there a way to bypass resistance/immunity to necrotic damage?

If your DM allow this option to you, there is a Dark Gift option called Deadly Touch that has a feature called Inescapable Death that allows you to ignore resistance to necrotic damage (on top of ...
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How to handle a psychic damage roll

It works just like any regular damage roll Just roll the dice that it tells you to, 1d10 in this case and deduct the result from your HP, unless you happen to have any temporary hit points, then you ...
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How to handle a psychic damage roll

This is just a straight damage roll In 5e, damage has types like bludgeoning for a mace, slashing for an axe, fire for a fire bolt spell. Or in this case, psychic. These damage types interact with ...
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How to handle a psychic damage roll

When you "take 1d10 damage", roll 1d10 and reduce your hit point total by that amount. There's no way to reduce the damage taken, unless you happen to have some magic item or ability on your ...
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