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January 1, 1976
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Thanks to C-Hickin for the help for a title and bit of an explanation here:
"From the definitions that I commonly use a mage is similar to that of a wizard where their powers are developed over many years of study and practice. Because of this I believe that a mage can have a number of magic types in their casting arsenal, including necromancy.
Necromancy is generally considered a 'school' of magic, albeit one that is generally frowned upon. D&D uses the term Necrotic for its damage type and Necromancy for the school of magic.
Though what you need to consider is what your brand of Necromantic magic is. Is it a twisting and a corruption of the natural order, binding souls to an unliving state? Or is it the mere animation of what is dead where the caster acts more as a puppeteer of the dead (which brings about the term Corpse Puppet)? Is it a magic derived from a divine or demonic being?"