Classical Resurrect

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A mid 1300's resurrect and bind spell.

Casting Instructions for 'Classical Resurrect'

You will need the following items for this spell:

  • A corpse
  • Some blood
  • A silver object
You will need the following items for this spell:

  • A corpse
  • Some blood
  • A silver object

This spell is in two parts:

  Part 1: Find a dead creature, it must have flesh on or the spell will not work. Smear some blood on the head of the creature, any amount will do even if it is only a speck. The next is important. Hold the animals head by your face and say:
"Dead spirit come to me. Live again, roam free."
Part 2: This is the simple part, simply throw the silver object at the living corpse and it will be bound to your will. Issue your commands by any language.     Hint: Most spells do not require a certain language.


Added to on Feb 10, 2012
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Ignoring the fact this will never work, how is smearing blood on a corpse and telling it to live suppose to work? And please don't try it, you'll either end up in jail [because 1. where did you get the blood, 2. where did you get the corpse] or in a mental institution.

Sep 08, 2019
You are definetly correct do not try this spell everyone

It works my dogs baby pup died and i did this and its living

Nov 09, 2019
I will remind you roleplaying is against site rules.

Yeah I don't know about digging my mom up...

Jul 21, 2020
i would definitly tell you not to do that

This does not work. The only merit this spell has is if it truly was written in the 1300's but only for historical context.

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