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UPDATED NOTE (1/11/19):  This accessory has undergone a complete overhaul.

I will cover all 13 types of 5th Edition damage in this accessory. Please note that these are intended for animated targets so things like Bludgeoning and Force are consolidated to a single table because a hammer to a creature's chest could have the same consequences as casting Force against a target. But Force wouldn't necessarily crush a wooden chest the way a hammer could.

I have included a single table for the bad misses (critical fumbles) and it has been revised a lot from the previous version. The major revision to the Critical Fumbles table is the removal of the Martyrdom effect. A 100 on the Fumbles table used to result in Instant Death and even though the chances are incredibly slight at 0.05% (5 times in 10,000 rolls) it seemed punitive and unfair to leave it in.

I have removed the Damage versus Animals table altogether. "Animals" is not a great catchall category for nonhumanoids and a DM can adjust any result as befits the situation (a creature without eyes wouldn't be blinded by an acid attack). A separate table for animals was simply cumbersome and unnecessary.


 
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May 18th, 2017
I like the ideas behind this. We DM's have the ability to adapt and introduce new rules to our games. I could see myself adpating parts of this to fit my style. I might let the player choose between a special result or the extra damage. I realize [...]
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March 13th, 2016
This doesn't even follow the flow of 5th edition material. The charts are extremely harsh and most effects are impossible to overcome unless you're a high level character with a cleric on hand. The fumble chart contained herein is just plain silly. Non [...]
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