But actually she can't raise humanoid corpses yet, just dead animals, so it's going to be much more of a Pet Cemetery situation.
Man I can't wait to play.
Posted on 2020-01-02 at 11:52:07.
Eol Fefalas Keeper of the Kazari RDI Staff Karma: 461/28 8434 Posts
I know we've been giving you a bunch of guff about your necromancer, Bree, but honestly I'm looking very forward to meeting her. The first wizard I ever played was rather odd/off as compared to most... And, at one point, if I recall, he was accused of being a necromancer by Brom's character... He wasn't, of course, just happened to have the ghost of a girl he got killed as a "familiar" and was gifted/cursed with the ability to see and speak to dead folks.
He died a pretty epic death, too! And, better yet, convinced me that playing a mana-masher could be fun! *Pours one out for Jal Spellbinder aka Spooky*
As I said - Alacrity talked me into playing my first ever mage for this game (as the party needed a spellslinger) and I just went full coo-coo for cocoa puffs with it. Was way out of my comfort zone to start but, after a bit of time in his creepy, rune-scarred skin, I ended up having a blast and have put on another mage or three since.
Posted on 2020-01-02 at 18:53:42.
Reralae Dreamer of Bladesong Karma: 141/12 2488 Posts
Speaking of weird ones...
Historically I'm usually the one with weird or creepy characters
Aranwen is something of a divergence from the norm for me