i like it. not all necromancy revolves around the intent to end lives, it can also focus on helping spirits pass on, proper burial and funeral ritual and ceremony. i like the lighter side of necromancy shown here, the side that can offer hope to those who fear death or have family and friends that need that extra push into the next life.
Wow, is some way this is the idea of this character, the concept is they "comunicate" with the other side, they can like "ask for help" making incorporate spirits into a body, that's kind of a zombie summon, but they don't rise empty body, they're high manipulators of magic, and for that see the living and death kingdom
the realms of life and death, beyond or before our own world, are terrible things to witness and harness. i have always been fascinated with necromancy and always remember the second side to the "evil" of necromancy. death rites and rituals are necessary or spirits become lost and twisted. people forget that the magic of death has its place in every world.
esta bueno pero + q necromancer parece solo un mago. osea, metele + craneos, ponelo + palido... q se yo... metele un zombi atras. los necromancer suelen vestir de negro xa empezar. y todo mago lleva consigo todo el tiempo su spellbook. resumiendo: tenes q jugar d&d
jaja tenes razon, en realidad (y es un poco justificando mi falta de conocimiento) quise hacer un necromancer recien empezadito en las artes obscuras, o sea, como que todavia no se puso emo ni se pinta las uñas de negro