I'm currently creating a high level caster (3.5) for fun and I came across an odd spell combination.
Clone (source: PHB, Arcane spell) basically this spell makes a clone of your body (that you have to grow in a lab, and maintain until you... for lack of a better word, use it). when you die your soul immediately goes to that body and you awake with no level loss. Your original body is rendered useless for purposes of resurrection
Cocoon (Source: Spell Compendium, Druid spell) This spell when cast on a freshly dead body wraps the body in a cocoon and preserves the body until it can be later resurrected. If the body is not resurrected with in a week, the body inside is resurrected via the reincarnate spell.
The key parts here are that Clone does not resurrect you (I've checked the text multiple times and it says nothing about resurrection, just that the soul returns to the body). And Cocoon specifically preserves the body.
I think I have an idea of what would happens but just wanted to see what others thought. If I cast my clone spell and make my clone then set a spell triggered Cocoon spell on myself. when I die would my character awake in the clone body and then a week later would my previous body be reincarnated?
I think I would just awake as my clone and the original body would be useless but just wanted other opinions.