Boon of True Immortality (5e Epic Boon)
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Boon of Immortality
You are now immortal. The source of your immortality is divine, or otherwise very powerful. It's very hard for you to stay dead.
- I have returned
Should you die, you will return to life at dawn, as if affected by true resurrection, but with one level of exhaustion. This happens even if your body is not intact. You cannot return to life if your soul is trapped (i.e. by a lich's phylactery) or destroyed, if you are killed by divine means, or if your immortality is removed by means of a wish spell. You also do not age past the point where your race reaches maturity, but you can still get sick. Any aging you've experienced past maturity before acquiring this boon will happen in reverse, at a 1:1 ratio, until you reach that point.
- Go into the light
On the flip-side, fear of death is an excellent motivator for most, but not for you. At 0 hit points, you instantly die without making a saving throw.
- (Optional Penalty) Closer to Death
The amount of hit points you gain per level is reduced by 1. This applies retroactively.
- (Optional Penalty) Again? Seriously?
The GM is encouraged to not pull their punches, and never hesitate to kill your PC when you make a mistake.