Why do necromancers mostly raise human skeletons?

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  1. AlexZ

    AlexZ Member

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    Why do necromancers mostly raise human skeletons?
     
  2. Terry1

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    Game wise, it's just because it's easier to just make a box of human skeletons rather than mix a bunch of different ones in. In the fluff they raise all sorts of things. There's a story where manfred Von carstein actually raises a bunch of orks.
     
  3. JimGoodman

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    For my undead army, I tend to mix in some horned skulls and suck to give my army a mix. For zombies, in friendly play, I also have some dwarf and orc zombies from the WOTC D&D minis, plus some dwarf zombies. Also, Raleigh Parthenon had a 28mm skeleton line from the 80's that I use for halflings.
     

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