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A destroyed creature with the template class lich refoms up to a few miles from its phylactery The Wizards of the Coast Savage Progressions Web column "Lich and Weretiger Template Classes" includes in its description of the lich template class's class feature phylactery the following text: Once the phylactery has been completed, the lich can avoid ...
I seem to remember the Necropolitan template adds the Augmented Subtype which does not seem to have any benefits (or penalties) and is added to the list of subtypes.
Based on what I can remember... Basic zombies: vulnerable to Agent Grey, a gas which slows zombies Resilient zombies: invulnerable to Agent Grey, but otherwise same as above "Fat" zombies: kinda like the boomer from Left 4 Dead All kind of animals (though mainly dogs) "Telepathic" zombies, which have some limited control over other zombies (go there, ...
You need a spell slot of the same level as it took to create them — you need a 9th-level spell slot to reassert control over mummies (PHB, p. 229): At Higher Levels. When you cast this spell using a 7th-level spell slot, you can animate or reassert control over four ghouls. When you cast this spell using an 8th-level spell slot, you can animate or ...
An uncontrolled undead is just a normal, “wild” undead creature, and will act just like any undead you meet during an adventure. Usually that means they will be hostile to you and likely attack, if able.
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