Necromancers are wizards who communicate with and perhaps even summon the dead.
Adventure with Muk is written by Adam Lee, Chris Lindsay and Emi Tanji who also illustrates the supplement.
In this column, we look back at the week of RPG news as quick bullet points for you to speed read.
Infernal Machine Rebuild is a D&D adventure by Wizards of the Coast. 70% of proceeds from sales will be donated to Extra-Life.org.
The indie publisher in the spotlight for November is Dias Ex Machina, and this is a story of sex machines and a betrayal that hurt the very heart of Wizards of the Coast.
The DM's Guild has just published this Eberron Setting bundle for D&D 3.5 and 3.0. There are about $70s worth downloads currently available for $20.
Wizards of the Coast will only make 1,974 (D&D was published in 1974) sets of these dice, and even though they cost $300, I suspect they'll sell out.
Aliens in D&D is a wild-card of an idea, but it's an intriguing possibility, even though I suspect as many people will wrinkle their nose in displeasure as who'll embrace the idea.
Vampires taking over the world, over a million Dollars of dice and Wizards of the Coast charging a pretty penny for an infernal font... all for charity. It's the RPG weekly news summary.
Player characters are vigilantes trying to track down Jack the Ripper and events in the sandbox game are mapped to the official, historical, timeline.