Okay, so in a homebrew campaign me and my friends are running, which involves a fair amount of necromancy/undead related things, my character is starting to get rather interested in becoming a necromancer. We're level six right now and after finding some magic crossbows mounted on pedastals that were automated defenses in a dungeon, my character was able to reprogram one with Arcana to shoot at random enemies. I've been carting it around on my Tenser's Floating Disk for now, but I've been looking for ways to repurpose it to be even more ridiculous/sily/whatever. I was looking through rituals that involve that sort of thing, and Mordenkainen's Binding says it can join two nonliving objects together. And also the Undead Servitor ritual, because my character, again, is borderline evil. Could I use the binding ritual to fuse the pillar to a dead body, the ressurect it as an undead servitor to follow me arround and randome fire off bolts, or does that cross so sort of rule or do corpses not count as nonliving objects because at one point they were living, or is this a purely DM discrection sort of thing?