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    Magical attacks, magic and ward saves.

    Number 1: Where in the rule does it say anything about magical attacks?

    Number 2: Do magical attacks or magic/magic missiles have any effect on ward saves?


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    1: Can you specify your question a bit more? A normal weapon is mundane and not magical, therefore it dosent make magical attacks.
    Some creatures can only be wounded with a magical attack, in other words, attacks from a magical weapon.

    2: Not if specified in the wording.

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