Skyrim talk:Necromantic Grimoire

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Anything in this pack that allows you to have more dead thralls or higher level dead thralls? 07:15, 15 November 2021 (UTC)

No, the spells in this Creation summon undead or buff them, there's no reanimation spells included. The Gallows Hall Creation includes the Staff of Worms, which casts a Dead Thrall spell, but it has 40 potency, no more than a regular Dead Thrall spell. SabSparrow (talk) 16:37, 15 November 2021 (UTC)

Spells are Level Locked[edit]

I can confrim some spells are player character level locked. For the Bone Colossus and Priest of Death, both are master level spells. At conjuration 100 at level 36, these were not available from master trainer Phinnis. When reading into it on the internet, heard rumours that these were level locked so I levelled up to 48 and returned. Both spells were available. I heard the level required might be 46 but this needs confirmation. --SamGhadiali (talk) 11:33, 17 November 2021 (UTC)

It appears that when sold by Phinis, the apprentice spells require level 1, novice spells require level 10, adept spells require 20, expert spells require 35, and master spells require 46, yes; but they can start to appear randomly at level 1, 8, 16, 24 and 32. SabSparrow (talk) 19:16, 17 November 2021 (UTC)

Twin Souls bug[edit]

On my playthrough, the Twin Souls perk seems to override any active effects that increase the amount of creatures I can summon. I use no mods other than Beyond Skyrim: Bruma, Beyond Skyrim: Wares of Tamriel and the Unoficial Skyrim Special Edition Patch. I play on PC and use Skyrim Anniversary Edition.:

For instance, equiped with the ascendant necromancer robes and having unlock the Twin Souls perk, I still cannot summon more than two creatures at the same time. Even when I summon the bonelord and try to summon other skeletons (I've tried all the types of summonable skeletons), no more than two can be present at the same time.:

However, when I disable the Twin Souls perk using console commands, it all went smoothly: ascendant necromancer robes allowed me to conjure 2 creatures at the same time, whilst having one bonelord summoned allowed me to conjure another 3 skeletons (thus, 4: 1 bonelord plus 3 skeletons). The problem, after all, seems to be related to the Twin Souls perk, as the Creation Club content runs nicely when I disabled it.:

Therefore, what should I do? Can I somehow fix the Twin Souls perk incompatibility with the Necromantic Grimoire CC? What should I do?:


Uthywyr (talk) 18:28, 1 December 2021 (UTC)

Moving page[edit]

Page should be moved to Skyrim:Necromatic Grimoire (Creation Club) to fit formatting with other CC articles. I think. 333dragonb0rned (talk) 22:18, 25 June 2024 (UTC)

The other CC articles with naming schemes like that are only like that to avoid confusion with other articles with similar names. Typically the namesake items. There's nothing elss in the creation or Skyrim with the name Necromantic Grimoire.Tarponpet (talk) 22:45, 25 June 2024 (UTC)
Yes, there's no need for disambiguation here. —⁠Legoless (talk) 22:57, 25 June 2024 (UTC)