Pathfinder 2 Dying Condition

You can find Conditions Rules here.

You are bleeding out or otherwise at death’s door. While you have this condition, you are unconscious. Dying always includes a value, and if it ever reaches dying 4, you die. If you’re dying, you must attempt a recovery check (page 459) at the start of your turn each round to determine whether you get better or worse. Your dying condition increases by 1 if you take damage while dying, or by 2 if you take damage from an enemy’s critical hit or a critical failure on your save.

If you lose the dying condition by succeeding at a recovery check and are still at 0 Hit Points, you remain unconscious, but you can wake up as described in that condition. You lose the dying condition automatically and wake up if you ever have 1 Hit Point or more. Any time you lose the dying condition, you gain the wounded 1 condition, or increase your wounded condition value by 1 if you already have that condition.

All Conditions

Blinded | Broken | Clumsy | Concealed | Confused | Controlled | Dazzled | Deafened | Doomed | Drained | Dying | Encumbered | Enfeebled | Fascinated | Fatigued | Flat-Footed | Fleeing | Friendly | Frightened | Grabbed | Helpful | Hidden | Hostile | Immobilized | Indifferent | Invisible | Observed | Paralyzed | Persistent Damage | Petrified | Prone | Quickened | Restrained | Sickened | Slowed | Stunned | Stupefied | Unconscious | Undetected | Unfriendly | Unnoticed | Wounded

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