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My fellow player, who is currently running a necromancer, wanted to use Create Undead to make a Huecuva from a fallen cleric enemy. The main problem is, we can't find the actual template for it.

What does a Huecuva Template actually add/subtract? Or, is it not really a template and it just created the monster?

So, my group and I were playing, and as the Alchemist tried to burn the tree by tossing a bomb, said bomb barely made it over the reduced damage then hardness, but was enough to catch it on fire. The next problem is that the burning damage couldn't get over the hardness.

We had this same discussion about burning a building; the building would take half damage, then hardness, so normal means could not catch it on fire unless we stood there for a long time to burn it.

Would any fire based attacks be "effective" against any wood object, such as a tree or a wooden house, or is that just fully up to the GM?

Also, if you catch an item on fire, would the burn damage bypass Hardness?

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