Tag Archives: battle magi

The world of the Magics

  Happy Thursday, Priders!. We have been hard at work in creating the future of Necromancers’ Pride. This past weekend, we got together with our brilliant contributing bloggers, Caiya and Jason, and did some fantastic things that we will be sharing with you very soon! Today, though, I want to hail back to the past […]

Necromancers’ Pride: Spell Casting – Grimborn

Spells: Grimborn Strand: Necromancer  School: Soul Primary component minerals: A willing Soul, the rest are unknown Application: Death and destruction Grimward. There is no legend that elicits more pure dread and fear in all of the Known Kingdoms, indeed, in all of Tarune, than that of the dark creatures known as Grimward. Little is known of the horrid […]

The meaning behind the symbol.

I have been asked by several people if the symbol synonymous with Necromancers’ Pride means anything. Well, indeed it does. Everything about it has a meaning. Here it is. Pride Symbol: The Pride Symbol is the ancient rune that represents each of the Strands of the Magics. The two circles represent the eternal circles of […]

Necromancers’ Pride: Spell Casting – Prismatic Shield

Spell: Prismatic Shield Strand: Oracle School: Metaphysical Primary component minerals: Proximity to precious stones: diamonds, rubies, sapphire, emeralds, opals, etc.  Application: Defensive One of the more complete and dominating defensive spells in any casters arsenal, the prismatic shield serves as a defense to various types of offensive attacks. Each color of the visible spectrum lends its own particular power to […]

Necromancers’ Pride: Spell Casting – Mystical Forging

Spells: Mystical Forging Strand: Battle Magi School: Weapon Master Primary component minerals: Steel, granite, ruby, quartz Application: Weapons Process: Spell casting can take from one afternoon to an entire week, stopping only for short periods of rest of no more than fifteen minutes, depending on the complexity of the weapon being forged. The forge must […]

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