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Dynamic Critical Hit Tables


A Barbarian Dragonborn cleaves an orc in two with a critical hit...and everything continues as normal?

The Dynamic Critical Hit Tables in two pages offer thousands of different critical hit combinations using the Damage, Effect, Stumble, Residual, and Duration Tables. These tables not only take into account additional damage, but the physical, psycological, strategic, and even lucky results that a critical hit can have on a battle.

Follow the critical hit with a 1 (critical miss) and find your weapon embeded in the target creature doing continued damage. Continuous damage: good. You without a weapon: not so good. Do you remove your weapon, or leave it in?

You make a critical hit with necrotic damage. Your target not only takes additional damage but may become frightened of you.

Your critical hit knocks your target prone. As it falls, it bashes its head against the cold, stone, dungeon floor causing additional bludgeoning damage.

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Jaakko S December 19, 2017 7:08 am UTC
When you say "attacker's modifier" (like in damage table for frozen). what does it mean. attack mod? ability mod? or did you mean spell save DC?
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Cole B January 09, 2017 1:12 am UTC
I've Been Looking around for where I can find the standard resources for D&D product pages such as the table, tea stained background and font which you use. It would really help me if you could let me know how you found them. Thanks!
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This title was added to our catalog on March 05, 2016.