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A Look at Guild Wars 2 Necromancer

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Posted November 18, 2012 by Noxxic in Editorials
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Guild Wars 2 is still in full swing and of all the professions that are available, the favorite is the Necromancer. Controlling death and demons to do his bidding, the Necromancer is one of the most creative classes in Guild Wars 2, or any other game for that matter. Even just starting as a warlock of death that is wielding an axe and an off-hand weapon, the Necromancer can summon a ‘Bloodfiend’ that will heal him with every attack that he does towards the Necromancer’s enemy.  This kind of power at a low level, is a very good feeling, and I personally can’t wait to start leveling my Necromancer through the epic events and exploration.

In comparison to some of the other classes, based on timing and execution the Necromancer can survive for a lot longer than any other class and gain twice the amount of health that they can while doing so. The coolest aspect about the Necromancer is the fact that he switches in to a form known as the ‘Death Shroud’ and that changes all of the abilities of the Necromancer and allows for a ton of more damage to be kicked out and it gives you a health bar that is based off of ‘Life Force’ that drains as you use spells and get hit.

Something to remember is when you start taking damage or if there are a lot of enemies that are on their way to attack you, switching to this mode can either save your life, murder an entire group of enemies, or do both at the same time. This profession has earned its way up to the top of my list and it will be my main character throughout the epic game that is Guild Wars 2.

 


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