Resurrection From Beyond (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 minute|
|Components:||V, S, M (A sprinkle of holy water and blue diamonds worth at least 25,000 GP, which the spell consumes)|
(Hold Value 5)
This spell is identical to True Resurrection except for the following differences:
You can bring a creature back that died of any reason, regardless of how long ago they died (Even if they died of old age). If the creature was at least an adult, if a new body is made to accomedate the spell it appears to be aged to the first year of adulthood for the creature's race. If the creature was younger and a new body is made, it matches the creature's age.
A creature does not have to be willing, only free, to be brought to life by the spell. A deity can protect any creature from this when the spell is cast, and automatically knows if the spell is being cast on any of their followers, friends, or family.
A creature that has never been alive but has a soul can be brought to life by this spell, becoming a 10 year old humanoid of the caster's choosing from the humanoid races they have seen often. The body of such a creature can grow up as normal, but appears genderless. A creature brought to life this way always appears genderless if brought into new bodies by spells like Reincarnation, unless if done so by a deity.
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