Posts Tagged: necromancy

Fantasy readers know that a lich is an undead sorcerer. He or she probably become undead as they tried to become immortal. Their soul is stored in a phylactery or soul jar, and immortality is guaranteed as long as the container remains safe. Or is it? The word lich has its roots in an old English word lic which meant corpse.… Read the rest »

Fotokvadrat/Shutterstock.com Is necomamcy evil? As soon as I started writing Path Unchosen, I knew my heroine Meagan would be a necromancer. But I didn’t like how necromancy is usually portrayed in myth and fiction. This picture summed it up for me…and it just didn’t feel right. But did I really know what a necromancer is? What… Read the rest »