the dead walk again
The corpse is the most common type of undead in the world with necromancers and liches often using as foot soldiers to do as they command. Though not as much as a threat in small numbers, they are highly dangerous when grouped in hordes. With only one of a few ways to kill them, such as destroying the brain and burning. killing them any most other weapons will not eve slow them down. But the true danger of them is that they are disease careers since they decay over time and gain them over time. They are often used poison water supplies or spread infection over populations. Which is why burning the bodies after they are killed again is often done. Which is why most cultures tend to burn their dead so this does not happen. Those who do bury them often take measures to make sure they do not come back, such as holy ritual, symbols or they way they bury them. As long as they stay dead no will have any problems to deal with then
Anatomy & Morphology
A corpse will take what ever shape when it is resurrected through necromancy.
Depending on the spices the corpse is reanimated with the decaying process may take longer or advance faster
Genetics and Reproduction
Do not reproduce
Growth Rate & Stages
Do not age
Ecology and Habitats
Corpse perfer warm climates to properly function colder climates tend to slow them down.
Dietary Needs and Habits
Will kill anything that is living.
As time goes on the corpse will slowly decay away where it will no longer to function properly and die.
The necromancer or lich controls the corpses with their minds and they do what ever they are commanded.
Used by necromancers and Liches
Uses, Products & Exploitation
Even after a corpse is killed again their bodies had been used for fertilizer while other pay necromancers to give them a living corpse to conduct experiments on for scientific advancement.
Geographic Origin and Distribution
A corpse can be resurrected anywhere in the world
Perception and Sensory Capabilities
Senses do not change after death.
Symbiotic and Parasitic organisms