Body Assemblage (3.5e Feat)

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Body Assemblage [Necromantic][edit]

The discarded husks of life are nothing more than a building material to you.
Prerequisite: Caster Level 1+, Ability to cast 1st level spells of the Necromancy school
Benefit: You may create skeletons and zombies that serve you alone. You automatically control up to your unmodified Charisma modifier in undead created by this feat, but no undead can have a CR greater than two less than your character level. Special: A first or second level character can create undead less than their own CR, but each undead creature counts as two for control purposes.



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