The Necromancer (Scholar)

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Out of all the users of magic, the darkest would be the Necromancer. Able to wield the lost souls of the dead, summon corpses or bodies to do their bidding, and then usurp the very force of life from their enemies, Necromancers feed upon life force which they can use to cheat death, and then in turn advance the cause of their allies.

When a Necromancer requires aide, he is able to summon minions in the form of undead allies. These allies then have their unique abilities that enhance the necromancer’s strategy. Another darker skill is the ability to sap energy from the lifeblood of enemies and invigorate themselves. Because of this, many necromancers are seen as untrustworthy in a world where the threat of Undead Invasion comes from the newly Risen lands of Orr, under the rulership of the Elder Death Dragon, Zhaitan.

Humans specifically have issues with seeing the usage of necrotic magic in public, and may not necessarily consider it good will to raise the dead at all. Like all magical Classes, the Necromancer has to earn the trust of a charr before they can undo years of ingrained prejudice.

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“A necromancer is a practitioner of the dark arts who summons the dead, wields the power of lost souls, and literally sucks the lifeblood of the enemy.”
-Necromancer Official Page

The magic of the Necromancer is enforced by using the life force of others or the power of death itself. They are masters of summoning undead minions to do their bidding, and exact harsh curses upon their enemies. Their manipulation of the energies of mists resides in the control of life force itself, in a way. This ability is based upon taking something from one individual and giving it to the Necromancer themselves or an ally.