Summary:

If a unit has been killed, while holding an Aegis of Immortal or having the skill Reincarnation (Skeleton King), by the Deafening Blast (Invoker) the unit comes back to life on the spot where he/she died. He/she should come back to life where he would be if the Deafening Blast pushed him/her away withiout causing death.


Reproduction Steps:
  1. Get an Invoker with Deafening Blast
  2. Create an allied Skeleton King with Reincarnation
  3. Reduce the Skeleton King's health below the critical level
  4. Kill him with the Deafening Blast
  5. Wait for the Skeleton King to come back to life


Current Result:

Skeleton King comes back to life on the spot where he got killed.


Expected Result:

Skeleton King's bones and tombstone should be pushed away with the Deafening Blast and he should return back to life on that spot; the same spot where he would be if he didn't went to limbo.


Resurrecting units leave a piece from themselves on the living world as they go down to the netherworld. They come back to life with the assistance of that piece from themselves. Those pieces are still affected by the effects like these.
Yeah, this is the justification for all these things. Which really makes sense, in a fictional environment.