Bloodied Death Throes (3.5e Feat)

From Dungeons and Dragons Wiki
Revision as of 13:06, 21 April 2014 by TFBot (talk | contribs) (Text replace - "Category:3.5e [[" to "[[Category:3.5e]] [[")
Jump to: navigation, search
Author: Garryl
Date Created: 12-1-13
Status: Complete
Editing: Clarity edits only please
Scale.png Low - Moderate - High - Very High
Rate this article
Discuss this article

Bloodied Death Throes [General] The boss has gone red!Prerequisites: Con 15, Death Throes abilityBenefit: When you are reduced to less than one-half of your maximum hit points, your death throes occur just as if you had died. You and your equipment are not damaged, destroyed, or otherwise affected by your own death throes when they occur in this way. If your death throes would cause your body or parts of it to disappear, disintegrate, or otherwise be destroyed, your body remains intact. Any other gross alterations to your body, such as turning to stone, still take effect but revert at the start of your next turn. Once your death throes have been triggered in this way, they cannot occur again in the same way until you are healed to your maximum hit points, or for 24 hours, whichever comes first. Your death throes still occur normally when you die.

A single damage source or other hit point reduction can only trigger your death throes once. For example, if a single damage source kills you while you were above one-half of your maximum hit points, your death throes would occur only once (rather than for both one-half hit points and for death).

As long as you are still alive and conscious, you may suppress your death throes if you so choose. Normal: Your death throes only triggers when you die.

Back to Main Page3.5e HomebrewCharacter OptionsFeats

Article BalanceHigh +
Identifier3.5e Feat +
PrerequisiteCon 15 + and Death Throes ability +
RatingUnrated +
SummaryYour death throes goes off at 1/2 hp, as well as when you die. +
TitleBloodied Death Throes +
TypeGeneral +