Necromancers' Pride

A tale of magic, adventure and heroes.

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September 4, 2015
by Charles David Carpenter
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Jason’s Blog: The Seven Mystical Wonders of Tarune – The Connector

The Seven Mystical Wonders of Tarune: The Connector

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Hello Everyone! Happy Friday!

Today a simple, concise blog about a magical wonder: The Connector.

DISCLAIMER: Me + Fantasy blog = Fictional story. This is not an actual part of Necromancers Pride lore, but I think it would be cool if it were.

The Connector is a temple located in Duntheir, Principality of Vost that is said to be the direct, non-body connection to the mystical over-world plain known as the Median. An Oracle who was exploring the Known Kingdoms decided to meditate in the exact location of The Connector. When he awoke from meditation, he told his Oracle brethren that he discovered a physical body of energy that would teleport them to the Median. Prior to the Apocalypse of the Mourning Night, Oracles would congregate to the temple and conduct magical rituals. The Connector served to bring the Oracles to a greater degree of understanding of their magics. The Oracles impressive magical rituals astonished the citizens of Duntheir, moving them to assist the Magi by donating supplies to keep the temple operational.

After the Apocalypse of the Mourning Night, the Oracles never used the temple again. Blamed by most for the apocalypse, the remaining few retreated into the shadows. Now, The Connector stands cold and silent. Adventurers from all of the Known Kingdoms travel to the site to learn more about Oracle culture and their interpretations on the magics.

Once a temple that would see daily magical action, now a tourist attraction.

Next Week is the LAST WONDER OF TARUNE!!! Join me next week for the conclusion of this seven part series; “The Seven Mystical Wonders of Tarune”! See ya next week!!!!!!!

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September 3, 2015
by Charles David Carpenter
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Now THIS is PROGRESS!

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As you can see by the above pictures, the world of Necromancers’ Pride is moving by leaps and bounds.

I like to use Thursdays as a day to reflect on the week behind us and to motivate us for what lies ahead. Well, these pictures inspire and motivate me to no end. You see, they are the continued manifestation of a dream. D.W. and I have been working to find new ways to bring the Necromancers’ Pride Saga to an ever-changing and dynamic digital landscape. A melding of science and sorcery, if you will. Well, that magical equation is coming along nicely.

Soon, you will be able to experience the Pride in all new ways. Fashion and fantasy become reality.

Over the next week, we will continue to give you a small taste of the goodness, before D.W. and I serve up the main course.

What do you think of the pictures you have seen thus far?

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September 2, 2015
by Charles David Carpenter
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Caiya’s Blog: Necromancers’ Pride meets the Modern World (Part V)

There are so many incredible characters in the world of Necromancers’ Pride. Trying to pick just one to focus on can be difficult. This week, though, it was pretty easy. You see, I want people to understand that fashion doesn’t just belong to the good guys. Sometimes, it is good to be bad…just don’t tell my dad I said so! 😉

I can’t think of a better baddy to focus my fashion attention on than Niantha. She will make you fear the night, but she will look good doing it. She is cunning. She is ruthless. She is powerful.

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Stay posted!

<<<<<<<Caiya>>>>>>>

 

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September 1, 2015
by Charles David Carpenter
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1000’s of amazing words!

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then how many spectacular, resplendent and wholly sensational superlatives do these images evoke?

Not sure? Well, let me tell you, there is a veritable novella of astonishing adjectives that are inspired by these photos. I have been hinting for some time now about the maturation of the world of Necromancers’ Pride. It is the development of our world into a new form. From chrysalis to butterfly, we are experiencing our own metamorphosis.

As always, our first and foremost goal is to create a dynamic world with fully realized characters, engaging story lines and well constructed plot points. That having been said, we also want our world to exist in such a manner that it can be interactive, innovative and uniquely exciting. We seek a fresh, modern approach to the classic practice of spinning the lore of the ancients. In the modern age, storytelling takes on many new faces. What do you think of some of ours? We are going to engage and interact with our fans in multiple ways, brining the magic of Velladriana, Corwyn and the rest of the companions to you through various means. This is just a tease, a small taste of what is in the offing.

More magic to come.

How many words do these images elicit in you?

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August 28, 2015
by Charles David Carpenter
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Jason’s Blog: The Seven Mystical Wonders of Tarune – The Forgotten Lair/Valley of Souls (Part 2)

The Seven Mystical Wonders of Tarune: The Forgotten Lair/ Valley of Souls (Part 2)

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Hello Everyone! Happy Friday!

Today is the conclusion of the mini-series of The Forgotten Lair/ Valley of Souls. I hope you all enjoy!

DISCLAIMER: All content stated in this blog is fictional to add to the fantasy of Necromancers Pride. This is not a part of the actual storyline, but I think it would be great if it was.

Quick review from last week: The Forgotten Lair was a prison the Therak’Onian Empire used to hold captive Lyndrians, until Necromancers attacked and claimed the fortress. All of the souls that died in the fight, were trapped in Soul Crystals for magical experimentation.

That battle was intense, but during the Apocalypse of the Mourning Night, the Oracles launched a full frontal assault on the Necromancers that would forever ruin the region.. The combat was ferocious. Neither side showed clemency in the bloodbath and with the Necromancers horribly losing,they only had one option left…

Drawing all the power of the collected souls, the Necromancers unleashed a highly destructive spell blast of pure energy that killed everyone in the vicinity of The Forgotten Liar.  The onslaught ended in a draw. The souls were released into the area, damned to be forever endemic to the location of the battle. Thus, the second name, Valley of Souls.

To this day, there are no factions that occupy The Forgotten Lair. The haunted region is forever desolate. It is encased in a shroud of snow and ice, perpetually guarded by the poor souls who gave the valley its other name.

That’s all folks! Check in next week when I unveil the sixth Mystical Wonder of Tarune! See ya next week everyone!