How do you reverse petrification?

The new playtest has medusa, basilisks, cockatrices, beholders, spirit nagas, rakshasas, and the flesh to stone spell.  They also have stone golems which are vulnerable to stone to flesh spells.

But they actually don't have a stone to flesh spell listed that I could find.

Is the stone to flesh spell just the reversal of the 6th level flesh to stone?  I am sure they meant for that to be the case.

Seems like alot of ways to turn you to stone without a published method of reversal.  Wizards would cast 6th level spells at 11th level.  Seems fairly late to reverse petrification when a party of 1st level characters could meet a single cockatrice as an average level encounter.  I guess flesh to stone has always been a 6th level spell though.

Perhaps a short note that the spell can be cast in reverse.

A cold shower?

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Greater restoration (level 7) is the only way to reverse it, or you can just steal something from earlier editions such as a scroll of stone to flesh.
Make it a quest goal.
Don't they have Golden Needle in D&D?
There is also magical elixir in the Caves of Chaos that can restore petrified characters to normal.

Yan
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Potion of Stone to Flesh.  Done. 
Don't they have Golden Needle in D&D?



I think you mean Soft.
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It is rumored that Basilisk's urine has the property of undoing petrification Wink

Yan
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Ground pixie and ogre snot sometimes works.
It is rumored that Basilisk's urine has the property of undoing petrification Wink



Yeah  - but it's tough to get the stoned character underneath them sometimes....


Carl
It is rumored that Basilisk's urine has the property of undoing petrification Wink



And here I've been using it for jellyfish stings.  Shucks.
It is rumored that Basilisk's urine has the property of undoing petrification Wink



And here I've been using it for jellyfish stings.  Shucks.





In D&D, I'd almost expect there to be jellyfish that turn you to stone, however.  So maybe you weren't that far off....


Carl   
There is also magical elixir in the Caves of Chaos that can restore petrified characters to normal.


Though the funny part is that, IIRC, the only place you can get them is taking the ones the Medusa has.

I hear that the only thing that is effective is a good twelve-step program.


 


But what the afflicted character really craves is a bag of Doritos and to veg-out in frontof the TV.