- A lost limb/body part cannot regenerate if the wound has healed normally (bandage or time)...
... or by magic means (like a Cure Minor Wounds).
What if you are regenerating as part of some item? Is that considered as magical regeneration or just minor healing?
it looks like most adventurers should be walking around without some body parts.
But if an adventurer gets a limb cut off then guess what...they SHOULD retire, at least in my books. *shrugs*
The current description sounds a little bit harsh, as it seems to be more or less impossible to get one's limbs back. It's highly likely that you would lose a limb or two if you were to receive critical amounts of damage in combat (happens a little now and then), and in that case, it's also highly likely someone would cast heal or greater restoration on you (not any of the regeneration spells). Since none of the spells (not even ressurection) can give you your limbs back once a removal and healing cycle has been performed, it looks like most adventurers should be walking around without some body parts. Or is the "restoration won't work" part only (truly) appliable if you are using a restoration spell "too late"? Too late refering in this case to the "last year" example.
Some one that is dead doesn't have the ability to prevent someone from raising him all toghether.
- A lost limb/body part cannot regenerate if the wound has healed normally (bandage or time), or by magic means (like a Cure Minor Wounds).-if you are a person that already misses a limb/body part, and that limb/body part loss was healed by normal or magic means in the past, and you get raised/resurrected, you do not come back with that limb/body part.