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Is death the end of an encounter for the character?

He can't rage again, because encounters aren't per character. While there's no easy definition of "encounter" in 3.5, the Dungeon Master's Guide discusses them at length in chapters 2 and 3. ...
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Is death the end of an encounter for the character?

No Inaction: Even if you can’t take actions (for instance, if you become paralysed or unconscious), you retain your initiative score for the duration of the encounter. For example, when paralysed by ...
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Is death the end of an encounter for the character?

There is no strict definition of “encounter” in D&D 3.5e Though “encounter” is used in the rules to refer to a particular event with a particular duration (“until the next encounter,” “until the ...
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