Love how you can see her skeleton
I actually had something very similar happen in a monster campaign. The player decided to try and munchkin the rules in order to use their vampire’s blood drain ability to severely weaken an elder red dragon. Apparently they weren’t listening when I warned them that if they munchkined, the DM would munchkin right back.
Well, they rolled a nat 20 to hit. I told them, "Congrats, your fangs miraculously find a gap in the dragon’s scales and you latch onto an artery. The dragon’s heart pumps once: your entire digestive tract in filled with blood. The dragon flexes in annoyance, trapping your fangs in the dragon’s flesh." They elected to keep draining. "The dragon’s heart beats a second time. Your body, already overloaded, begins to swell like an engorged tick." Incredibly, they still didn’t take the hint. "The dragon’s heart beats a third time. You pop like an overfilled water balloon. You are dead." They attempted to complain. I referred them to the size comparison chart in the DM’s Guide. Then I reminded them what happens to a mosquito if you flex so it can’t get away. They started rolling a new toon.
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