Does a magic weapon bypass DR?

Damage Reduction may be overcome by special materials, magic weapons (any weapon with a +1 or higher enhancement bonus, not counting the enhancement from masterwork quality), certain types of weapons (such as slashing or bludgeoning), and weapons imbued with an alignment.

Does Dr apply to spells?

Damage dealt by spells is typically unaffected by DR, therefore the player advocating for this position is largely correct. DR can apply to the attacks of a summoned creature if the summoned creature attacks with weapons, natural weapons, or unarmed attacks because those attacks are what to what DR applies.

Do magical weapons bypass resistances?

No, unless the Statblock says otherwise

In 5e, there is no such thing as Resistance to Magic Weapons or Attacks (not that I’ve seen in any statblock, anyway).

What does Dr magic mean?

2. 12. Yes, DR X/- is only negated by attacks that ignore damage reduction.

Do +1 weapons overcome resistances?

The +1 Mace does Bludgeoning damage, but it is a magic item and therefore does so as a magical attack. Hence it bypasses the resistance to “bludgeoning damage from non-magical attacks”.

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Can spell-like abilities be dispelled?

Spell-like Abilities (SLAs) are “very much like spells”, but they aren’t spells. While they behave the same way as spells in regards to antimagic fields, dispelling, spell resistance or causing attacks of opportuinty as they’re cast, they can’t be counterspelled and they have no V, S or M components for instance.

Is Magic Stone magic damage?

Yes, the spell Magic Stone deals bludgeoning damage, and that damage is from a magical source, since it’s from the spell. There is no “magical damage” in D&D 5e.

Does Rage stop magical damage?

Nope. Barbarian Rage resistance don’t care aboit no magical or not. They resist it.

Does rage prevent magical damage?

However the barbarian class feature Rage states that a benefit of raging is “You have resistance to bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing damage,” neglecting any mention of magical weapons.

Do +1 weapons do magic damage?

The list of damage types includes “radiant”, “necrotic”, “bludgeoning”,”fire”, and so on. The +1 Mace does Bludgeoning damage, but it is a magic item and therefore does so as a magical attack. Hence it bypasses the resistance to “bludgeoning damage from non-magical attacks”.

How does Dr magic work?

Some magic creatures have the supernatural ability to instantly heal damage from weapons or ignore blows altogether as though they were invulnerable. The numerical part of a creature’s damage reduction (or DR) is the amount of damage the creature ignores from normal attacks.

What does Dr 5 mean?

DR 5 / Magic = A magical weapon beats it (ie +1, +2, basically all mobs past the low levels) DR 5 / Slashing = Slashing weapons beat the DR, examples of this are zombies. DR 10 / Blunt, Slash = Common example for “Spear block” effect, gives you dr vs piercign attacks. Active.

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How does Dr good work?

DR/GOOD means you need a Good Aligned, +5, or Holy weapon to bypass it. Certain spells or other enchantments (like a cleric using a Greyflame enchanted weapon powered by channel divinity) can duplicate the effect.

Do magic weapons ignore barbarians resist?

Magic weapons don’t counter a barbarians resistance.

Do all magic weapons do magic damage?

Any magic weapon, even without a +1/2/3 also does magic damage. A moon-touched sword, which only property is that it glows, also does magical damage to bypass resistance/immunity.

Does Thorn whip do magic damage?

No. Magical damage just means any damage from a magical source. Fire resistance and immunity applies to the damage type, regardless of source (unless specifically stated otherwise). There is no such thing as “Magical Damage” in 5e.