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Ordinarily, yes. An undead creature who is destroyed and then resurrected doesn't come back as an undead creature: it comes back as whatever it originally was, not as the undead creature. Nothing prevents it from becoming the same kind of undead again, of course, if the opportunity arises. The Ghostwalk campaign setting (initially published for 3e, but an ...


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You will no longer have the template at all. That is, none of its features, whether from type (Undead), subtype (incorporeal), or the specifics of the template. You also no longer count its LA against your effective character level. Specifically, under the Undead traits in the Monster Manual: Resurrection and true resurrection can affect undead ...


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Since this is effectively the creation of a new Dracolich, the following are true: It would fail without an Adult or Ancient Corpse It retains all the features of the new body Here's my rationalization of those two. By inhabiting a corpse of a newly (or heck, not so newly) slain dragon, the Dracholich is not simply acquiring a new body (though it is ...



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