The flagship of the Necromonger Armada is being called Basilica, among other though, the Basilica contains their capital, Necropolis, where the Lord Marshal usually resides.

Right at Necropolis Purification shall happen, further more it contains a large hall and the throne room that is owned by the Lord Marshal, the leader of the Necromongers.

Their latest Lord Marshal, Zhylaw, described Necropolis as it follows: “The Necropolis is our constant reminder of the glorious and ever-expanding Necromonger Empire. As a powerful testament to Necroism, Khovu, the first Lord Marshal, erected Necropolis on the tallest mountain of Asylum. But it was not until the third Lord Marshal, Naphemil the Navigator, that the structure was unearthed and entombed inside the Basilica ship, where it remains today. And so with each new world we conquer, the purified may bow before this monument to Necromonger power and glory.”


It’s a known fact that Necromongers do not reproduce because they believe that life itself is antagonistic to its natural state and that they need to cleanse this universe from life on their path to another verse that welcomes and cherishes life, the Underverse, their promised land.

Instead of propagating life any further, they are always looking for new converts as soon as they invaded another planet. In the end, all living Necromongers are converts and used to be something else before they did undergo conversion to receive the mark of the Necromonger.

The purification itself is a process to learn how one pain can lessen another. Two painful spikes stabbed into the side of their necks are going to fulfil this lesson and leave the mark.


The Necromongers are an empire that violently and forcefully follows and propagates its religion that is known as Necroism. Their intention is to convert or kill all who oppose them.

The Underverse is their promised land, something they live up to until the very end, believing that unless a person dies in due time that they will not got to the Underverse. They also believe in a philosophy that promised you to keep what you kill. Whenever they end another life, they are automatically entitled to their property and position.

Necromongers to not reproduce nor propagate life further, which is one of their reasons why they refer to all non-necros as breeders. Each one of the Necros are converts because they all did undergo the conversion to receive the mark of the Necromonger, two painful spikes stabbed into the sides of their necks, leaving visible scars. Through their conversion they learn how one pain can lessen another up to a point where nerved are numbed.