Talk:Elixir of Life

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The 25% health bonus is calculated using each creature's base health before other bonuses are added. So for example a creature with base health 4 will get +1 from the 25% bonus. After that bonuses from normal artifacts are added giving +4 more points, for a total of 9 health.

The regeneration ability only adds the base number of hit points that a Troll has (40) and does NOT necessarily maximize the hitpoints of the actual creatures affected. The regeneration ability is more powerful on creatures with high health, like Behemoths or other level 7 creatures, or the various Dragons added in Armageddon's Blade.

Undead is not the same as unliving[edit]

Undead: Creatures risen from dead, i.e., all Necropolis creatures Unliving: Creatures that are animated via magic, i.e., Gargoyles are golems

This seems only a statement, which has already been covered in Undead and Non-living articles. Or was there some kind of link to this article? –Kapteeni Ruoska (talk) 08:33, 12 July 2016 (CEST)
I second this. Undead is not the same thing as unliving and the article presents them as equivalents which might be very misleading. People might take this as a fact and might not check the respective sections covering the two topics. I suggest removing the sentence entirely.
The description is redundant when it says, "Undead or unliving," as all Undead creatures are unliving.
Based on a comprehensive study I have modified the classification to include three distinct groups without subgroups:
They are the once-living, the never-living, and the living.
--imahero 05:29, 5 October 2016 (CEST)