Facsimile of Life (5e Spell)
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|Casting time:||1 minute|
|Range:||Touch (One undead)|
|Components:||V, S, M (A small, still living creature such as a mouse, or a freshly picked flower, killed in the spell)|
|Duration:||Concentration up to 10 hours - a short rest does not break concentration|
Using a small amount of life-force as a catalyst, an undead creature or a construct can be made into an imitation of life. For the duration, they are not treated as undead or a construct, though an undead creature does not regain the intelligence it had in life. In addition, they can regain health during short and long rests as if they were alive. However, they regain the ability to be poisoned or take poison damage. In addition, they are not made wholly living; an Intelligence (Investigation) check with a DC equal to the caster's spell save can discern telltale signs that this spell is in effect, from a deathly pallor, to shallow breathing, or just the lack of lifelike shimmer in the eyes. When this spell ends, its effects end instantly, but the changes in appearance only fade over 2 hours.