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“Flashing Swords 8: Lessons in Necromancy - S. C Bryce”
“It was called Necromancy, or the Black Art. It had attractions for the Jews and they yielded to some extent to the temptation of consulting the Python.”
“Sometimes in the Prediction of Witches, that pretended conference with the dead; which is called Necromancy, Conjuring, and Witchcraft; and is but juggling and confederate knavery: Sometimes in the”
“Necromancy," he said in a low, anguished voice, barely audible.”
“Necromancy was as forbidden as Wild Magic, if not more so.”
“Using Necromancy once more would be the death not just of his body but of who and what he really was.”
“Naitachal grimly blocked sudden memories of earlier, darker days when Necromancy would have put a more definite end to any such human nuisances.”
“But even as a child he had attracted the attention of those whose task it was to train promising young sorcerers in the proper science of Necromancy, the potential for Power radiating around him, strong and dark.”
“And they had the power to resurrect the dead. Necromancy" ”
“If only they knew how much I dislike Necromancy, he thought, sadly.”
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