Movie origin of D&D spell animate dead (skeleton)

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Re: Movie origin of D&D spell animate dead (skeleton)

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Good thing the skeleton took a decent fall. Sinbad obviously didn't know that edged weapons only do 1/2 damage... :D

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maximus wrote:
Tue Jul 26, 2022 1:56 pm
Good thing the skeleton took a decent fall. Sinbad obviously didn't know that edged weapons only do 1/2 damage... :D
Ha rgr that !
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Re: Movie origin of D&D spell animate dead (skeleton)

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maximus wrote:
Tue Jul 26, 2022 1:56 pm
Good thing the skeleton took a decent fall. Sinbad obviously didn't know that edged weapons only do 1/2 damage... :D
Right! :lol:

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