You’re a necromancer now. You have never been more powerful, but you have never faced more dangerous enemies. As you work to resurrect Yosif, Goro is still out there somewhere and gathering support from the Witch Hunters. Even worse, Graluk is raising an army of goblins to wipe out Tebor, and you, specifically. When your fate and the fates of everyone you care about are at stake, who and what will you sacrifice for survival, love, and revenge?
The Nascent Necromancer 2, the sequel to The Nascent Necromancer is an epic interactive fantasy novel by Samuel Young, where your choices control the story. It’s entirely text-based, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
- Play as male, female, or non-binary. Romance males, females, both, or no one at all.
- Romance Tozi, Lonnie, Kenda, Meylor, Tanno, or Yosif, depending on who’s still alive.
- Prepare for war as Graluk raises an army capable of wiping out Tebor.
- Try to topple the entire Witch Hunter organization, including Goro, to the ground.
Demo word count:
Chapter One: 18k
My other works:
The Nascent Necromancer: The Nascent Necromancer
The Mage’s Adventures: The Mage’s Adventures (choiceofgames.com)
The Magician’s Burden: The Magician's Burden
my chess Youtube channel: Chess Noob to Chess Master #1: Piece Activity - YouTube
Kinds of feedback I’m looking for:
- any kind of opinions you have on the story in general, including the plot, characters, prose, and gameplay. What did you like? What didn’t you like? Did you have any reoccurring issues with stats, or with the narrative that made the game less enjoyable or logical? Were there times when you felt like you would have made a different choice than the ones given?
- bug fixing
- typo fixing