Quick question here. If a corpse created with Animate Dead is destroyed in battle it can't be animated again.
Is there any way to safely undo an Animate Dead that leaves the body so that it can be Animated again?
Like if I have a Skeleton that I want to change into a Bloody Skeleton, is there a way to undo the old spell so I can recast the spell on it?
Agree with DeathlessOne, but a potential workaround might be to kill the skeleton, raise it from the dead, kill it again, then reanimate it. It'd have to be a very special skeleton to be worth all that of course.
It would have to be a very special undead indeed since you'd have to use a Resurrection or True Resurrection spell.
Other spells that might work (but would require DM approval) would be polymorph any object and clone. Using either spell it might be possible to create a fresh corpse that's a duplicate of the original corpse you animated.
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