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Resurrection Guidelines
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Regarding the Resurrection of Forsaken characters, this guide states that it can be done with a soul stone under certain conditions or by a Forsaken shadow priest. Are there other *legitimate ways to rez a Forsaken?

* Can it be done via a living holy priest, a living shadow priest, or a shaman? ( assuming of course that they had good reason to do so )

If it can be done via light are there negative repercussions other than the burning/pain that a Forsaken would normally suffer if healed by light.

Lastly does one's alignment play any role in this? Say a holy priest were to attempt to rez a warlock or fel junkie? ( assuming they are unaware of the deceased character's alignment )
- Cepht -

Randian - Sin'dorei Priest, Representative of Greystone Charities
Riley Gillespie aka "Stars" - Unhinged forsaken vagabond with a flare for fire
Alonus - Fallen holy priest with a pet serpent named "Ricky"
Haugus Bach - Forsaken Warlock with an appetite for torture and revenge. Previously a humble shoe maker.
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-Forsaken can be healed and revived through the light, but they will suffer greatly from a holy resurrection. The light effectively is perhaps one of the only things that can cause them pain, so yar. Not fun.

-I picture drawbacks would involve them having difficulty moving, really. What with disrupting the necrotic stuff holding them together.

-As far as healing a fel junkie or a warlock, there wouldn't be any trouble. As long as these people are still living and are not altered demonically in any form I don't believe the light would hurt them if used.
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Cepht Wrote:Regarding the Resurrection of Forsaken characters, this guide states that it can be done with a soul stone under certain conditions or by a Forsaken shadow priest. Are there other *legitimate ways to rez a Forsaken?

* Can it be done via a living holy priest, a living shadow priest, or a shaman? ( assuming of course that they had good reason to do so )

If it can be done via light are there negative repercussions other than the burning/pain that a Forsaken would normally suffer if healed by light.

Lastly does one's alignment play any role in this? Say a holy priest were to attempt to rez a warlock or fel junkie? ( assuming they are unaware of the deceased character's alignment )

From what I've been told, a Light user can ressurect undead. I was also told the spirit of the person being ressurected knows who is bringing them back. Alignment, all that. That's why they can go "lolno" to a rez.

Granted, that's what I was told. Now watch someone come in and go "NO UR TOTALLY WRONG".

Oh, hey. I was right. Thanks Rigley!
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