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How much of Wolverine has to be left to heal?

If someone were to cut off a limb of Wolverine using a weapon sharp enough to cut Adamantium, would the limb regenerate completely, as in regrowing the limb? Or would the regeneration just heal the skin.


The answers and discussions here, here, and a number of other questions already discuss the limits of his healing powers.

Wolverine has had his bone claws broken on a number of occasions and they've grown back just fine.

As it stands, though, the only weapon powerful enough to sever one of his adamantium covered limbs is also able to block his healing power and kill him.

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    The Muramasa Blade cannot sever or break any of Wolverine's adamantium bones. They are unbreakable, period. That is the nature of adamantium. The weapon, however, in the hands of a skilled swordsman could sever his vertabra. They may be covered in adamantium, but they are still separate bone structures. With the anti-healing properties of the blade he would die from such an injury. The blade is resistant to adamantium weapons but cannot destroy them either. – Thaddeus Howze Jun 1 '12 at 20:51

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