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16th Mar '17 4:49:58 AM ChrisX
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** Kel'thuzad is depicted as THE Necromancer of the setting[[note]]And here on TvTropes - he's the ''[[Pantheon/LifeAndDeathIntermediateGods God]]'' of this trope[[/note]]. He was originally just an extremely powerful mage, but mastered all normal forms of magic so decided to push the boundaries and delve into necromancy. This led to him forming the Cult of the Damned, seeking immortality, and eventually gaining it as a lich. Since we didn't destroy his SoulJar, he's STILL ALIVE, at least according to WordOfGod.

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** Kel'thuzad is depicted as THE Necromancer of the setting[[note]]And here on TvTropes - he's the ''[[Pantheon/LifeAndDeathIntermediateGods God]]'' of this trope[[/note]].setting. He was originally just an extremely powerful mage, but mastered all normal forms of magic so decided to push the boundaries and delve into necromancy. This led to him forming the Cult of the Damned, seeking immortality, and eventually gaining it as a lich. Since we didn't destroy his SoulJar, he's STILL ALIVE, at least according to WordOfGod.
6th Mar '17 10:19:15 PM Mhazard
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Do ''not'' confuse with [[ILoveTheDead necro-romancer]] (although one ''can'' lead to the other). See also TestedOnHumans and TheNecrocracy. If the necromancer is juxtaposed with a [[HealingHands healing]] or [[GreenThumb nature-controlling]] character, see LifeDeathJuxtaposition.

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Do ''not'' confuse with [[ILoveTheDead necro-romancer]] (although one ''can'' lead to the other). See also AnimateDead, TestedOnHumans and TheNecrocracy. If the necromancer is juxtaposed with a [[HealingHands healing]] or [[GreenThumb nature-controlling]] character, see LifeDeathJuxtaposition.
17th Feb '17 11:47:30 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** The White Walkers reanimate those they kill as undead wights.
** Thoros of Myr has resurrected Beric Dondarrion six times, although he sees it as a HealingHands type power.
17th Feb '17 6:38:41 AM Kakai
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* ''Literature/TheWitchlands'': Weaverwitches can Cleave, turning other witches into {{Technically Living Zombie}}s bound to them. It's also implied that they can resurrect the recently dead, though those are also bound to the Weaverwitch's will and are prone to CameBackWrong.
17th Feb '17 4:56:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Resurrectionists of {{Malifaux}}, whose knowledge comes indirectly from a SealedEvilInACan called the Grave Spirit.

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* The Resurrectionists of {{Malifaux}}, ''TabletopGame/{{Malifaux}}'', whose knowledge comes indirectly from a SealedEvilInACan called the Grave Spirit.
28th Jan '17 9:42:03 PM mythmonster2
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* The Shadow faction in ''VideoGame/EternalCardGame'' has quite a few cards that will bring units back from the void.
14th Jan '17 8:39:03 PM WaterBlap
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Do ''not'' confuse with [[ILoveTheDead necro-romancer]] (although one ''can'' lead to the other). See also TestedOnHumans and TheNecrocracy.

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Do ''not'' confuse with [[ILoveTheDead necro-romancer]] (although one ''can'' lead to the other). See also TestedOnHumans and TheNecrocracy.
TheNecrocracy. If the necromancer is juxtaposed with a [[HealingHands healing]] or [[GreenThumb nature-controlling]] character, see LifeDeathJuxtaposition.
31st Dec '16 9:31:32 AM fugyfruit101
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*In the The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series the major antagonist Dr. John Dee is shown to be a necromancer when he raises an army of zombies from the local cemetery
27th Dec '16 2:03:00 AM flodoris
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* There are three in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''--[[spoiler: Orochimaru, the Second Hokage, Kabuto.]] All use the Impure World Resurrection technique.

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* There are three in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''--[[spoiler: Orochimaru, the Second Hokage, and Kabuto.]] All use the Impure World Resurrection technique.
27th Dec '16 2:02:19 AM flodoris
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* There are three in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''--[[spoiler: Orochimaru, the Second Hokage, and as of chapter 489, Kabuto.]] All use the Impure World Resurrection technique.

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* There are three in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''--[[spoiler: Orochimaru, the Second Hokage, and as of chapter 489, Kabuto.]] All use the Impure World Resurrection technique.
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