There is a place where war never ends. A place for conquest. A place for adventure. A place for new heroes. Ungovernable Lands.

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Hemotoxin
Hemotoxin Mar 18 2011, 6:02pm says:

Thats a skeleton. With a mace thing. He has a shield too.

Thats cool, when do I get to kill it?

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RevanShan
RevanShan Mar 18 2011, 6:05pm says:

If you are asking for a release date we have non for now.

If you are asking 'where do you find them?' then I can tell you they are the soldiers in the patrols leaded by necromancers. You will be able to face them if you find them on your travels.

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GrimSheeper
GrimSheeper Mar 18 2011, 6:47pm says:

Oh my wow, I always wanted a Fantasy-Heavy setting for Mount&Blade. This is just great, something that isn't a peasant or raider that wants to kill me. Can't wait to ride these into the dust!
Will there be actual magic though?
Necromancy could be for recruiting soldiers after each fight. The most powerful enemies raise as powerful undead. That way you can recruit an army without ever needing to visit any village making you a feared Necromancer Lord with more and more armies falling to your blade as the kingdoms try to stop the coming darkness. The downturn is that you are at war with anyone for using this Dark Art and you need to do penance and remove all undead again before you are allowed to discuss peace.

Just an idea, but I'd love seeing this in game.

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RevanShan
RevanShan Mar 18 2011, 7:13pm says:

A necromancer would have to be quite powerful (have a lot of experience) in order to raise as many undead as dead he finds after battle. In fact the only necromancers able to raise them just after battle are the ones from Obraga. That's why they are a pain in the neck for the Crusaders of Purification.

Dunno, I hope somth can be done about that. But all this should come after our highest priorities.

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HEADLESS-ZOMBIE
HEADLESS-ZOMBIE Mar 18 2011, 9:22pm replied:

So can we be necromancers??? that would be the greatest thing if we are able to be one.

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chubber
chubber Mar 19 2011, 4:13am replied:

Why does his head look coppery?

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RevanShan
RevanShan Mar 19 2011, 6:15am replied:

Not yet. But I hope it will be possible in the future. For now we have them only as enemies.

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Zelgan
Zelgan Jul 26 2011, 4:54am replied:

I have very little, and when I say that I mean none, but I always thought that a "good" way of making necromancers viable (if say, you are planning to be one from the very start) would be to make an off-screen Neutral city, like Zendar in the earlier versions of M&B which you could access via the camp menu...it was always just a theory you understand.

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Undead skeletons attack Merfalan, the shadow elf assassin.

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