Character Post: Necromancer
Today we continue to go through the cast of characters in my new book, “Repercussions Abound.” We’ve seen the protagonist (Linvin) and the antagonist (Mandrean) along with Linvin’s uncle Anvar. Today we look at Mandrean’s Court Magician, Necromancer. He is diminutive in stature. His skin barely clings to his frail looking bones which he tries hard to conceal. He hovers off the ground and usually draws up his legs under his robe in order to hide his decrepit nature. His arms are little different. They are short and boney. He hides them in the long sleeves of his robe. As for the garment itself, he has multiple copies for the same robe. It is white silk with crimson edging on the sleeves and the rest of the edges. The picture I have painted so far is of a not very intimidating individual, but nothing could be further from the truth. Necromancer has burning` coals for eyes and is the most powerful character in the book. He easily surpasses the power of Linvin and Mandrean. He is always scheming in spite of all the binding promises he has made to Mandrean and his ancestors. Necromancer has waited years and finally he is down to the last Mandrean who has to die. Once Lord Mandrean the XIII is dead, Necromancer is free to leave his servitude. The problems he had are that he can’t disobey Mandrean and he cannot help Linvin. Necromancer is pure evil. He makes Mandrean seem tolerant. With his plans and his evil nature there is no telling what will happen in the future.
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