Can skeletons take piercing damage?
Shortbow. Ranged Weapon Attack: +4 to hit, reach 80/320 ft., one target. Hit: (1d6 + 2) piercing damage.
Does undead take slashing damage?
Many undead is immune to many types of damage, including poison and nonmagical slashing.
Are skeletons immune to poison?
Skeletons are immune to the effects of Regeneration as well as Poison.
Are skeletons weak to fire?
They are very weak to fire and will flail helplessly if ignited. Some of the skeletons in the Catacombs of Carthus have white glowing eyes and will reanimate a second time when defeated.
Are undead immune to necrotic damage 5e?
Undead is a monster type. … In this case, just below about half of all official undead creatures are resistant to necrotic damage 5e.
Can you play as a skeleton in D&D?
There is no official Skeleton-like race for players.
If it’s just for appearance and role-play purposes, you could suggest that he picks an existing race and be an undead/skeleton version of that. To keep it RAW you could state that all stats are exactly the same as the original race.
Does radiant damage do extra to undead?
Undead are normally vulnerable to radiant damage, by either receiving extra damage or having their insubstantial ability deactivated.
Can skeletons drop mending bows?
According to the wiki, treasure enchantments (i.e. Mending, Frost Walker and curses) can only generate as chest loot, fishing treasure or book trade. That would mean you can’t get it from skeletons.
How rare is a skeleton with full gold armor?