Undead are a type of monsters that are self-formed or reanimated.

Background Edit

In places were the dead aren’t properly buried or cremated, a natural process happens were the magic in the air had to only fluctuate a bit and the dead would come back.[1] In general, the undead rise in a certain order. First zombies, then skeletons and if the slaughter is great enough, even Ghouls. Given time, stronger undead will emerge as well, like Crypt Lords and higher undead.[2]

[Mages] can also reanimate the dead as well, and the ones who do so, are generally called [Necromancers] and obtain it as a Class. Not only can [Necromancers] reanimate the dead faster, but they can also design and enchant them.

Types of Undead Edit

  • Ceiling Crawler
  • Banshee
  • Bog Wraith
  • Bone Behemoth
  • Bone Horror
  • Bone Giant
  • Crypt Lord
  • Dorn Pillar[3]
  • Draugr
  • Flesh Abomination[4]
  • Fleshwalkers
  • Frostmarrow Behemoth
  • Ghost
  • Ghoul
  • Lich
  • Revenant
  • Rotfield Giant[4]
  • Skeleton
  • Spiked Stalker
  • Wailing Pit
  • Wraith
  • Wight
  • Zombie

Trivia Edit

  • In sites of a major battles, where thousands died, the dead start rising after a week.
  • In the past there used to be undead kingdoms, but they’re gone now.[5]
  • The dead speak all tongues, which allows them to understand Goblins[6] or even the Frost Faeries.[7]
  • All-bone undead creations required more magic to animate than flesh undead.[8]

References Edit

  1. Chapter 3.17 T
  2. Chapter 3.18 T
  3. Chapter 7.36 C
  4. 4.0 4.1 Chapter 6.44 E
  5. Chapter 3.35
  6. Chapter 2.01 G
  7. Chapter 2.00 T
  8. Chapter 6.51 A
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