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HappyDaze:
Digging around on Kickstarter, I found the below image for Trinity Continuum: Anima. Enjoy!

Omega:
hah! This is what we were discussing around the start of the whole Candlekeep and "Wheelchair in Dungeon" SJW mess some months back.

This is a cool idea and exactly the sorts of things we suggested instead of a normal wheelchair. Aside from the art piece makes it feel like the legs are in the wrong places and alignments to the chair. It fits in fine. Its exactly the sort of thing you could get from say Animate Object and a little creativity.

Svenhelgrim:
If a necromancer animates a dead paraplegic as a zombie, are they still disabled? 

Think about this: A normal zombie is a body that died and could not sustain life, let alone walk. The zombie or skeleton in question may have doed from massive trauma, yet there they are, walking around with heads lolling from broken necks and guts hanging out, or no flesh at all in the case of skeletons.  Skeletons don’t even have muscles to move their limbs. 

So what happens if you animate the corpse of a paraplegic?  Can they ambulate? 

Maybe I should send this question to Chris Perkins?

Pat:

--- Quote from: Svenhelgrim on November 20, 2021, 06:36:42 AM ---If a necromancer animates a dead paraplegic as a zombie, are they still disabled? 

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If you amputate a limb, reanimate it, and reattach it, are you living or undead?

Stephen Tannhauser:

--- Quote from: Svenhelgrim on November 20, 2021, 06:36:42 AM ---If a necromancer animates a dead paraplegic as a zombie, are they still disabled? 

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We don't use that term around here, dear; please remember to say "biologically challenged".

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