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Necromancy - Even The Dead Find Her Enchanting

Necromancy by Madavaylia As soon as the temperature starts to drop and the leaves start falling off the trees our minds turn to thoughts of the spookiest holiday of the year- All Hallow's Eve. But for some this is merely one night in a year full of spirits, skeletons and the undead, for the necromancer's work is never done. They may raise a body or two from the grave on Halloween night just for kicks, but their ambitions lie in realms far beyond human comprehension and their dark work emperils the planet.
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