Mind blank foils the most powerful spell in the game. Tasha’s mind whip is no challenge.
The utility of mind blank is clear: it is meant to protect your mind from any spell, even the all powerful wish spell.
That said, it will be up to the DM what counts as affecting a targets mind. In the case of mind whip, it deals psychic damage and is resisted by an ...
Yes they are fully immune provided you use solely their stat blocks. To damage from attacks that is.
A werewolf would need a different way to kill another werewolf. Some include falling damage or drowning
In your situation the helpful werewolf is also immune to her enemies, thus she can be of tremendous help to the part, for example she can grapple them and ...
The lack of a Damage Immunity definition is still a problem.
If you think of it as "the propriety to set a specific damage type to 0"
it will bring you some issues, like this one, but if you think of it as "the ability of ignoring a specific damage type" (wich by far i find more appropriate)
that issue is gone. Here's why:
Step 1, any ...
Answer A: (not so serious)
Since you only banned silvered weapons, I present to you:
Dealing a whopping ONE (1) fire damage on a hit.Yay.
I know it's kind of a loophole since it simply uses a different kind of equipment than the banned-for-this-question silvered ones but hey. [If this fits your question you could also use any other magical weapon, ...