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Intelligent ooze or cube from old 3.5 campaign

I realize that we already have an accepted answer, and the actual answer wasn’t from 3.5e to begin with, but for the sake of completeness, we also have a list of intelligent oozes from D&D 3.5e: ...
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Intelligent ooze or cube from old 3.5 campaign

I had misremembered the edition where they encountered the cube in question. It was actually the named NPC "Glabbagool" from the Out of the Abyss adventure. He was a gelatinous cube that had ...
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Vrock spores question

The cloud has a 15 foot radius. In this case, the trait description tells us exactly the size of the cloud: A 15­-foot­-radius cloud Therefore, it doesn’t matter the size of the vrock or where the ...
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Can a Will-o'-Wisp be put inside a bag of holding?

How good is a Warlock's aim? This might work It is arguable that if... A Warlock PC is using Eldritch Blast The Repelling Blast invocation is chosen (on a hit it moves target 10') The Warlock is ...
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Can a Will-o'-Wisp be put inside a bag of holding?

You can put it in, but it might not stick In summary: you can finagle the will-o'-wisp into the bag, but whether you can keep it in there, or whether it can escape or destroy the bag from the inside ...
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If a Water Orm uses its Water Travel ability after swallowing a creature, what happens to the swallowed creature?

The GM must decide There is nothing in the general rules, nor in the rules for swallowing a creature whole that explicitly covers this case. If you look at it technically, a swallowed creature remains ...
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Can Vecna’s Rotten Fate ability kill a player outright?

I think the point of confusion is thinking that "being reduced to 0 hit points" is the same as "being killed". Being reduced to 0 hit points is called "falling unconscious&...
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Can Vecna’s Rotten Fate ability kill a player outright?

It is Vecna’s next turn after the humanoid dies, not Vecna’s next turn after using the ability. A Humanoid killed by this magic rises as a zombie at the start of Vecna's next turn [after the humanoid ...
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Can Vecna’s Rotten Fate ability kill a player outright?

The player character rises after dying, not after the ability damaged them There is nothing in the ability description that would suggest that the PC dies immediately. It just deals damage on a failed ...
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Does being in the same space as a swarm reduce the chance of being hit by an attack?

You can rule that way, but it won't help in this case Creatures can provide cover to other creatures [PHB Chapter 9: Combat]: A target with half cover has a +2 bonus to AC and Dexterity saving throws....
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Does being in the same space as a swarm reduce the chance of being hit by an attack?

Probably not First, we can consider cover (PHB p.196). In general, a creature being between an attacker and the target grants half cover, which gives the target a +2 to AC. However, this requires &...
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Can we prove or disprove that Humanoids and Giants are defined by their Size Categories?

This search at D&D Beyond yields five large humanoids (and zero huge or gargantuan humanoids): Deformed Duergar Ghald (a named sahaguin) Lizardfolk Render Sahuagin Baron Sundeth This search at D&...
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Can we prove or disprove that Humanoids and Giants are defined by their Size Categories?

The Sahuaguin Baron from the Monster Manual is a Large Humanoid. I know of no official statblocks for a Medium/Small/Tiny Giant. However, creature types in D&D 5e do not have inherent rules, as ...
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Can you stake a Vampire before it turns Gaseous and floats away?

No. Unlike a normal undead, a Vampire reduced to 0 hit points or less is not immediately destroyed. Reducing a vampire’s hit points to 0 or lower incapacitates it but doesn’t always destroy it (MM ...
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