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Undead to Forsaken?
#16
Old age? Stabbed through the gut? Illness?

Just a couple. :P
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#17
Any illness or injury that did'nt wreck his head too much, I believe.
It'd presumably be tricky to bring him back intact if he's lost too many limbs though.
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#18
Oh, he would lost just fists. I am wondering how can Forsaken die so he can be reanimated again?
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If you ruined a Forsaken's body he would need repair by a Necromancer as I don't believe Forsaken can heal wounds to as much of a degree as living beings without help. I'd need some backing for this but I believe I read somewhere that Forsaken go to the Royal Apothecary Society to heal them magically for large wounds because they can't do it on their own.
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Kaghuros Wrote:If you ruined a Forsaken's body he would need repair by a Necromancer as I don't believe Forsaken can heal wounds to as much of a degree as living beings without help. I'd need some backing for this but I believe I read somewhere that Forsaken go to the Royal Apothecary Society to heal them magically for large wounds because they can't do it on their own.

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#21
Yes, but I wonder how can Forsaken die? And be reanimated by Necromancer.
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#22
They can´t, the only thing I can figure out is if their soul/essence is bound back into the body by, for an example, a warlock and his soulstone spell. Though it is possible that they would have to use a "fresh" body in that case depending on the damage done to the undead. It would be complicated and need a skilled warlock though.
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#23
Oh thanks. Looks like I'm going to make normal Forsaken.
One more question. Did all Forsakens became 'free' at the same time.
Or can one become Forsaken later?
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#24
It is -very- hard to become free after the incident on Ice crown, the Forsaken´s necromancer does free a few, very few undead but it takes time and often fail. The RAS frees a few as well, often by alchemical means and they are even fewer than the necromancers.
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