Naramar For me, well, that School is undoubtedly Necromancy with Evocation close behind. A Lawful Good Human Cleric 3. It is extremely difficult to fail six consecutive saves, even with a high DC, purely because bad odds with many chances become good odds. I actually ran the numbers on that. Tags for this Thread 5e homebrew5e homebrew advice. Tyrants of the Nine Hells and Lords of Madness.
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The chapter discusses the ecology of undead creatures, though this section was described as "very small",  and talks about undead religion, introducing new deities. The Dirgesinger is a Bard-specific class, and a "personal favourite" of Smith. It also has adventure sites and back-stories for various cults.
Nothing terribly remarkable here. The graphic production specialist was Angelika Lokotz, with Candice Baker as image technician. Cartography was provided by Dennis Kauth, with the cover designed by Tom Kidd. Its re-assuring to see the quality we expect from WotC in this department.
The work by Chuck Lukacs was also praised, as were the images by Jeremy Jarvis. Worth picking up for anyone for whom the undead play a major role in their campaign. You get a short introduction to what undead are and how they unlive, eat eww , and procreate. Theories on whence they come, examples of cities and religions for the cosmopolitan zombie, and advice on strategy when facing or being the dead especially the self-aware threats make good reading, but these are sadly brief.