Talk:Drown (3.5e Spell)

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RatedFavor.png Tarkisflux favors this article and rated it 4 of 4!
It's a slightly weaker version of slay living, but it's not a [Death] effect and harder to protect against. I'm pretty happy with that tradeoff, and think it's wonderfully written and executed.
RatedFavor.png Luigifan18 favors this article and rated it 4 of 4!
It's taken right from the Spell Compendium, but I personally find it to be one of the coolest spells in the whole book (right up there with Spell Flower), so I don't really mind.
RatedFavor.png Foxwarrior favors this article and rated it 4 of 4!
Death timer SoDs are my favorite kind, and this one is executed nicely. It has a better rescue clause than the SpC version, too.
Just thought it merited pointing out that while this is close to the same effect from the Spell Compendium, it has the added caveat that this doesn't actually set your hit points to 0 or -1 if they are lower than that already. The book's drown doesn't have that, and that omission makes it very annoying from a rules-lawyer perspective. - TG Cid (talk) 00:23, 26 October 2012 (UTC)
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