New Paths #7: The Expanded White Necromancer (PFRPG) PDF
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Most necromancers are foul, twisted individuals obsessed with corruption and death. But a few embrace the knowledge that true necromancy involves tapping the powers of life as well as death. These enlightened few are known as white necromancers.
New Paths 7: The Expanded White Necromancer gives you everything you need to play a necromancer whose understanding of the mysterious connection between life and death makes you a potent healer as well as a powerful spellcaster.
Designer Marc Radle has greatly expanded the white necromancer class from Kobold Quarterly #19 to include:
Hey, just because you summon ghosts and travel with a helpful vampire, it doesn’t make you a bad guy! Get The Expanded White Necromancer and wield the powers of death to bring justice and healing to the world.
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