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See also: régénération
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regeneration (countable and uncountable, plural regenerations)
- Rebuilding or restructuring; large scale repair or renewal.
- The conversion of so many old industrial buildings into living quarters was a major factor in the regeneration.
- (theology) Spiritual rebirth; the change from a carnal or material life to a pious one
- (Christianity) The renewal of the world at the second coming of Christ.
- The process by which a water softener flushes out minerals extracted from the water supply.
- (roleplaying games, fantasy) The ability to rapidly heal substantial physical damage to one's body, or to spontaneously restore hit points.
- 1995, David Zeb Cook; Jean Rabe; Warren Spector, Dungeon master guide for the AD&D game, page 202:
- The standard ring of regeneration restores one point of damage per turn (and will eventually replace lost limbs or organs).
- 2003, Bastion Press, E. W. Morton, Out for Blood
- Regeneration does not restore hit points lost from starvation, thirst, or suffocation.
rebuilding or restructuring; large scale repair or renewal
- regeneration on Wikipedia.Wikipedia