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Yes, but you'll have to kill it and strip the flesh off first. Not necessarily in that order. Peeling the flesh off of a zombie would cause it to fall apart and die. Animate Dead (PHB p.212) describes that you need to cast the spell on "a pile of bones or a corpse of a Medium or Small creature". If you pick the former you'll get a skeleton. Zombies have ...


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Of course it would! Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real! Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling People seem to have a strange little switch that makes them think that if a spell is from the illusion school somehow that means it doesn't do what it ...


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Maybe. The Mummy would definitely see the illusion and believe it real, as any other creature would. So in that respects it would "affect" the mummy. "Would it 'distract or slow the mummy' the mummy?" And the answer to that is "Maybe." Not Mindless Mummies, unlike zombies, aren't just killing machines. They can (but rarely do) speak, and while they are ...


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Feats such as the healer feat allow a character to use healers kits to do significant amounts of healing regardless of creature type


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I'm assuming here that your DM does not allow you to "cheat" by taking long rests more than once every 24 hours. Your magic items are a Tome of the Stilled Tongue and 2 × Pearls of Power. Every day, you have the following spell slots you can use to make or control undead: 9th level: 1 + 1 from Arcane Recovery + 1 from Tome of the Stilled Tongue = 3 8th ...


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Well, it depends on the spells you used and the kind of undead, but if we're talking about the structure you're specifying... rather infinite? The given the casting time on create undead is 1 minute, and targets 3 corpses to reanimate/control for 24 hours with complete success and that you have, at the 20th level, then six mummies, six wights and forty-two ...



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