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- n. A person who practices necromancy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who practices necromancy; a sorcerer; a wizard.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who practises necromancy; a conjurer; a sorcerer; a wizard.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. one who practices magic or sorcery
- n. one who practices divination by conjuring up the dead
| Reply only 5 classes so alot of the old ones are out, i hope necromancer is still in there, was my favorite
The necromancer is likely converted to the witchdoctor, considering the similarity of their builds (poison nova = locusts, bone wall = wall of zombies).
Rumour has it a Godless 'necromancer' - someone able to bring the dead back to life - is responsible for the safety of its inhabitants.
[14: 11] cristalia: The necromancer is unveiling his plans, so what're they going to do?
According to one tradition, the necromancer was the wife of Zephaniah and the mother of Abner (Pirkei de-Rabbi Eliezer [ed. Higger], chap. 32).
And the necromancer was a great deal like Haplo's dog.
He recalled the necromancer's words, spoken just before the dog tumbled Alfred over the side.
Cudjoe, reputed to be a powerful Obeah man; that is, a necromancer, or what the North American Indians would call a medicine-man.
Messer Ansaldo, marvelling not a little, rose, and having called the necromancer: -- "I am minded," quoth he, "that thou see what goodly gain I have gotten by thine art."
The main character, Anita Blake, is a strong female necromancer who makes money by bringing crime victims back from the dead to question them for legal purposes.
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