Necromancers in the D&D worlds...

In a band, it's hard to play a necromancer, no matter the kind of this. I like to play wizard with power over the undead and more particulary over the spectre and other ethereal ones. The alignement of my characters is usually Neutral Evil, but it's very rare that I splint off from my band, my magical powers are more often interesting for a bunch of warriors and rogues than an another source of treats. I like Necromancers!!! Beware Ha Noian players, Perran the lord of undead is here! LOL

Doi Mat Em, by My Linh

My Linh... I love this girl!!!

strange... a planar bird meat???

Pictures from the Ghostwalk campaign

The Ghostwalk campaign...

Yiiiish!!! Begining of the Ghostwalk campaing with my bunch of terrific (and very handsome) players; My beloved Càm, her girlfriend Naïma, Nicy Ngoc and Hê, the chinese sorceress!!! Dungeon Master: Stephen!
The campaign is an urban one, in the city of Manifest, where living and unliving meet in many ways, with strange dark gods and necromancers at every corner!!! Very dark, very gloomy, I like this D&D campaign, it seems like call of Cthulhu, but without dynamite for kill the bad guys!!!

Ben Templesmith

Templesmith!!! Huge australian artist with magical pencil in his hand! I love his style, his comics and pictures from many games... Very interesting, you can see his journal HERE and is weblog HERE


Thirty-one burial urns more than 2,000 years old have been unearthed at an excavation site in Thua Thien-Hue Province.
Archeologists from the Viet Nam History Museum and Thua Thien-Hue History and Revolution Museum also found more than 100 stone, glass and iron objects at the 156sq.m excavation site in the past three months.
They said the objects in Huong Chu Commune in Huong Tra District, which belong to the Sa Huynh culture (1000BC-AD200), could help identify the people residing in the central region at that time.
The Sa Huynh culture, situated in central and southern Viet Nam, were most likely the predecessors of the Cham people, the founders of the kingdom of Champa.
The site at Sa Huynh was discovered in 1909, and was found to be rich in locally worked iron artefacts, typified by axes, swords, spearheads, knives and sickles.