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3-24-2011 @ 8:36AM
Yes, think about this: when alive, the thoughts and morals of a human spring from their living brains. The brain of an undead is rotting in the best case, maybe even partially destroyed: it cannot work as a brain (like most of the organs), so their thoughts can't come from them. Their whole mind has to come from the necromantic magic that was used to animate them and to keep them from being mindless ghouls. If anything, they can manage to salvage memories from their rotting brains.That's hardly "humans with a curse"... it's like they are actually new people, but with some inheritted memories. The only ones who could be called such are the ones whose spirit was ripped away and made into wraiths (so they keep their mind... kind of), or the heroes who were raised right after death (the death knights) so their brains are essentially in working condition.
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