My player character was killed off by the DM, my party found pieces of my body in a room.
They’ve taken my head back to the Necromancer we met.
My questions are:
What can a Necromancer do? Is it just resurrection or can they do revive? Or something else?
If I’m resurrected, doesn’t this make me undead? And if so, doesn’t that mean I wouldn’t have a need for Hit Points?
In the basic rules (Pg. 58) as well as in the DMG (Pg. 138), the section on attunement states (emphasis mine):
A creature’s attunement to an item ends if the creature no longer satisfies the prerequisites for attunement, if the item has been more than 100 feet away for at least 24 hours, if the creature dies, or if another creature attunes to the item.
By this logic, if a player character dies, then their attunement to any magic items would end. If that character is resurrected, for example with the Revivify or Raise Dead spells, will their attunement be restored along with their life?
Specifically, would a soul know that the body they’re being invited into was created via Reincarnate? After all, for some souls, changing species might be a big deal, possibly of the ‘rather stay dead’ kind.
Imagine that some wizard found his death in fire, and his spellbook burned out, too. He was in the afterlife for about a month and after that was resurrected. He no longer has a spellbook.
Does he remember his prepared spells?
Say a creature (humanoid) was killed and then reincarnated through the Reincarnate spell, gaining a new body. (Note that Reincarnate does not destroy the old body). Then that creature is killed again.
Can that creature be brought back to life through a Resurrection spell using the creature’s old body? And would it resurrect in the old body or the body from Reincarnate?