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The college of Necromancy is both prohibited in many kingdoms of the world, and the forbidden fruit for the magical scholars in all casting circles of society. Some dabble in necromancy in secret in the cellars of their towers away from the eyes of their contemporaries, working to gain the power to enact nefarious plots. Othes genuinely seek to discover what wonders can be experienced in the field of Necromancy from an academic perspective, and even seek to find any useful practices that can come from tampering the dead.

This variant Necromancer build is assembled in a way which sees the "Whitemancer" begin their first few levels as any other Necromancer would, based on the limited information available to the Character within the world. However as the Whitemancer levels, through their fearless creativity in the face of a disapproving legal system, they begin to unlock the curative properties that are accessible by utilizing the remains of the dead to restore the living.

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Matt S May 21, 2018 7:24 pm UTC
which file is the updated one ... ?
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Daniel E May 25, 2018 8:52 pm UTC
Oh my mistake man, the only thing I changed was I added a link to the supporting video in the updated one, thanks for bringing that to my attention.
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Matt S May 25, 2018 9:17 pm UTC
okay thanks. it's always tricky when the new file doesn't have a version number or whatever :)
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Michael S May 19, 2018 9:24 pm UTC
White Necromancy is an amazing concept. Giving the Wizard the means to heal in a small capacity as well as removing the "All necromancy is evil" stereotype. I enjoyed reading it and can't wait to implement it at my table.
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G William H May 19, 2018 1:51 am UTC
'White Necromancy' just a thematic way to say 'non-yucky (Evil) Death effects' necro spells. Kobold press came up with it back at the beginning of pathfinder. It has no relation to Nazi ideology. Often involves healing and commanding the undead without 'making them. The 'necromancy=Evil' is overdone anyway; in AD&D Necromancy was the magic of life, death, the mind and soul as well as the undead.
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Daniel E May 19, 2018 7:49 pm UTC
Your perception is exactly as I intended, thank you for clarifying this.
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David R May 18, 2018 10:40 pm UTC
wow that title sure is ...unfortunate. It sounds like you are trying to be an unfunny internet troll, maybe pick a title doesn't sound so sieg heil-y? just a thought
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Daniel E May 19, 2018 7:48 pm UTC
No trolling intended, its...unfortunate that your perception is racially biased, maybe don't try and be a phony SJW? just a thought
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David R May 19, 2018 11:24 pm UTC
nothing phony, sorry you are so defensive. Bye
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Daniel E May 20, 2018 2:58 am UTC
I'm sorry the word White offends you and makes you think of the persecution of the Jewish people sir. You're going to have an extraordinarily hard life seeing how the word white appears everywhere. You take care now, guard that sensitive heart!
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