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The Gray Necromancer

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A dwarf clad in robes lights incense and prays to her ancestors, as the monsters break through the main gate. The bodies of dwarves from centuries past take up their posts and drive the invaders away, before returning to their slumber.

A Will-O’-Wisp in a dark swamp leads a child back to the path, before returning to the clawed hand of the dragonborn who summoned it. They tug their hood higher to cover their face, as they pass through a village that would drive them out if it learned the truth of the strange noises in the night.

The side of a mountain quakes, and a human mage cackles as the skeleton of a dragon rises from its stoney grave. A warning beacon sounds in the town below as the dragon takes flight, roaring black fire into the sky.

The Gray Necromancer was an attempt to create a necromancer class that was fun to play, and not inherently evil. The PDF includes 20 levels of the class, 3 subclasses, and 10 undead Horde stat blocks, along with instructions on how to make your own Horde based on monster stats from the Monster Manual. 

If you get a chance to play this, I would love to know how it goes!

Erin

Shadowfell Press

Author's note: I realize that some of the formatting is not OCD friendly... for some reason the Homebrewery doesn't like me. However everything should be legible. If I ever manage to fix the formatting I'll upload a new version.

 
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This title was added to our catalog on August 08, 2019.