Post:Redeemed Necromancers - 07/07/2020 - 10:31

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Redeemed Necromancers · on 07/07/2020 10:31 2267
All the gods provisionally accept the Redeemed's return to grace, since the entire thrust of the ability change is giving up using the actual necromancy that they as a collective find offensive. In the eyes of the divine, the Redeemed has atoned for his crimes and ceased doing them. Until they fall again, anyway. Individual worshippers can form their own opinions, and are rarely if ever 1:1 in time with their deities, but there's no divinity that is meant to act as though they "aren't redeemed enough" as long as they remain in that state.

A further point is that the Redeemed is a state of being, a phrase we've used a lot over the years. Necromantic states of beings are watershed changes to the Necromancer's body and/or soul that radically defines them. For the Redeemed, they are the half-holy; not only are they forgiven, they have access to Anabasis spells that markedly demonstrate the divine's grace.

-Armifer

This message was originally posted in The Necromancers / Responses to GM and Official Announcements, by DR-ARMIFER on the play.net forums.