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===Saving Throws===
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Generally, when you are subject to an unusual or magical attack, you get a saving throw to avoid or reduce the effect. Like an [[SRD:Attack Roll|attack roll]], a saving throw is a d20 roll plus a bonus based on your [[SRD:Class|class]], level, and an [[SRD:Ability Scores|ability score]]. Your saving throw modifier is: Base save bonus + [[SRD:Ability Scores|ability modifier]].
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=====Saving Throw Types=====
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The three different kinds of saving throws are Fortitude, Reflex, and Will:
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======Fortitude======
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These saves measure your ability to stand up to physical punishment or attacks against your vitality and health. Apply your [[SRD:Constitution|Constitution]] modifier to your Fortitude saving throws.
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======Reflex======
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These saves test your ability to dodge area attacks. Apply your [[SRD:Dexterity|Dexterity]] modifier to your Reflex saving throws.
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======Will======
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These saves reflect your resistance to mental influence as well as many magical effects. Apply your [[SRD:Wisdom|Wisdom]] modifier to your Will saving throws.
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=====Saving Throw Difficulty Class=====
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The [[SRD:DC|DC]] for a save is determined by the attack itself.
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=====Automatic Failures and Successes=====
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A natural 1 (the d20 comes up 1) on a saving throw is always a failure (and may cause damage to exposed items; see [[SRD:Breaking and Entering#Saving Throws|Items Surviving after a Saving Throw]]). A natural 20 (the d20 comes up 20) is always a success.
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Saving ThrowsEdit

Generally, when you are subject to an unusual or magical attack, you get a saving throw to avoid or reduce the effect. Like an attack roll, a saving throw is a d20 roll plus a bonus based on your class, level, and an ability score. Your saving throw modifier is: Base save bonus + ability modifier.

Saving Throw TypesEdit

The three different kinds of saving throws are Fortitude, Reflex, and Will:

FortitudeEdit

These saves measure your ability to stand up to physical punishment or attacks against your vitality and health. Apply your Constitution modifier to your Fortitude saving throws.

ReflexEdit

These saves test your ability to dodge area attacks. Apply your Dexterity modifier to your Reflex saving throws.

WillEdit

These saves reflect your resistance to mental influence as well as many magical effects. Apply your Wisdom modifier to your Will saving throws.

Saving Throw Difficulty ClassEdit

The DC for a save is determined by the attack itself.

Automatic Failures and SuccessesEdit

A natural 1 (the d20 comes up 1) on a saving throw is always a failure (and may cause damage to exposed items; see Items Surviving after a Saving Throw). A natural 20 (the d20 comes up 20) is always a success.



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