Buy Encyclopaedia Arcane: Necromancy – Beyond the Grave by Matthew Sprange, Anne Stokes (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday. Encyclopaedia Arcane: Necromancy is presented under the Open Game and D20 Licences. See page 62 for there is indeed life, of a sort, beyond the grave. Necromancy: Beyond the Grave is the second book in Mongoose Publishing’s Encyclopaedia Arcane series. Unlike the Slayer’s Guides, this particular line is.

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Books by Matthew Sprange. Sam Hadebe marked it as to-read Nov 12, I would have liked to see the Death Knight detailed as a monster later in the book given the same treatment as I have always regarded that particular undead beastie to be the ‘warrior’ version of the lich. The perils are great and the danger Welcome, mortal, to the Dark Road. Then comes a section on lichdom – three pages describing how how becomes a lich, detailing the lich’s phylactery and so on. This book is tightly packed with information to expand the role and power of the necromancer in a campaign setting.

Encyclopaedia Arcane: Necromancy – Beyond the Grave

The necrophage is possibly the most disgusting of this set of prestige classes. What I would like to have seen was an expansion of the idea of the necromancer in a similar way to the demonologist. She can use this energy to enhance her spellcasting ability.


At the very least, many necromantic feats should be given stiffer prerequisites or toned down. Mac6re6or added it Nov 07, Each has access to the most incredible powers, drawn from the very forces of evil itself. Gravw, and somewhat controversially, the Death Knight has lost his 20 HD fireball. Some examples of necromantic feats are: This graft can often grant special abilities. The perils are great and the dangers terrifying but for those willing to gamble their very souls, the rewards are far greater than any mortal can possibly conceive.

The mention of or reference to any company or product in these pages is not a challenge to the trademark or copyright concerned. Too frequently when playing DnD magical spells and items start feeling, after a while, just like so much technology.

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David Hill added it Jul 23, More significantly, it includes three new prestige classes: Return to Book Page. John somers rated it really liked it Dec 03, I was tempted to give the book an Average rating because of this and my feelings about the glut of rules-orientated information backed this up not to mention the price increase. Quilliams does great work on the inside covers, but most of the art encyclopaedua is between the covers looks rather amateur and unattractive.

The Dark Road if introduced without a heaping spoonful of GM restraint. This feat essentially replicates the death touch ability of the clerical Death domain. This book is not for the faint of heart for only the strongest of wills may dare to dabble beyondd the blackest art of all.


The necromantic feats are a little mechanically edgy to me, but they appear as if they would add a certain appropriate undeathly feel necormancy necromancers. Oh, give me a break!

Necromancy: Beyond the Grave

The magic items vary in power from the single-use bloodied onyxwhich grants undead creatures regeneration if they are animated using the onyx as a material component, to a major artifact called the black bannerwhich grants the user great power to animate and control undead.

For example, the burning ghat is an innocent that died from being put to death by flames, and the bone delver is a rncyclopaedia robber that died while about his larcenous profession. Other than the first necroancy these, I can’t see them being used by PCs at least not in my game!

These monsters are all fairly unpleasant, especially the Skull Child which is downright creepy! You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. And so on to the important stuff. You have no items in your shopping cart. The inside front cover portrays a crypt with its doors half split from its hinges, and the back cover shows a lich penning a letter – a hard job with his eyes rolled up into his head like that.