As every other class in game, the Necromancer has a set of class achievements that are awarded for fulfilling their often difficult requirements. Consider taking the time to complete the whole set, as the reward - Trag'Oul's Wings - will surely incite envy looks and attract other players. View the section below to see the complete listing of the requirements and a short description of each one of them.
- The Silence When You Speak To Me
- Serve the Balance
- Bringer of Order
- Bone Skewer
- What is Dead May Sometimes Die
- Curse your Enthusiasm
- Terror in the Blood
- Game of Bones
- Self Controlled
- Skeleton Crew
The Silence When You Speak To Me
An achievement that can be completed during the final act of the Campaign. If you've managed to enter the Pandemonium Fortress (Act V - If you are not fit to go through the story or haven't reached that far in the campaign, ask a friend to create a game that begins in Act V and join it) listen to every elicitation made by Master Ordan (8 in total - first four take place on level one of the Fortress, while the remaining ones happen on level two).
Serve the Balance
Reach level 70 with your Necromancer. If you are unwilling/unable to do it on your own, here is a useful shortcut:
Continue until you've reached your desired level. Remember to choose the highest difficulty level possible in order to make the process as fast as possible.
Bringer of Order
Another story achievement. Either embark on a complete playthrough or ask a friend to create a game that begins with the quest that orders you to kill Malthael. Simply join the game, let your friend kill Malthael, and you're off!
A challenge that tests your skill with the Corpse Lance. I recommend equipping Ricochet¸ one of your skill runes that offers a 20% chance of ricocheting to another target. Travel to a location that is characteristic for its large amounts of weak opponents, such as The Weeping Hollow, Plains of Despair, or Ruins of Corvus. Gather as many opponents as you can then stop and make an attempt to get the achievement.
What is Dead May Sometimes Die
The first achievement that tests your endurance - your task is to kill 1000 undead opponents using corpse skills such as the Corpse Explosion. Start by equipping a skill rune. Final Embrace will make the nearby corpses approach the nearby opponents, increasing the effectiveness of the ability. Travel to a location that sees large numbers of Skeletons and Zombies, such as The Weeping Hollow or any level of the Cathedral. Consider following a set path - e.g. start with The Weeping Hollow, use the portal in the Cemetery, and clear the Cathedral. The task is simple, but requires a bit of effort. Remember that Corpse Explosion can initiate a chain reaction - the spell's blast radius is larger than the range of the cast.
Curse your Enthusiasm
A (surprisingly) simple achievement - follow the guidelines laid in the Necromancer guide. When it comes to combat, use Decreptify to curse large amounts of opponents at once and defeat them one by one using remaining spells.
Terror in the Blood
The requirement is enemy-related - you may choose the lowest difficulty level to make it much more simpler. You'll need to lower your health to a critical level using one of your abilities. I recommend Death Nova with Blood Nova rune, as this combo will steadily deplete your Essence bar.
Game of Bones
A simple one. Travel to The Royal Crypts and make your way to the Skeleton King. Wake him up and wait until his initial animation ends, as the enemy is invulnerable during its duration. When the sequence ends, simply come closer and use your Bone Armor.
The toughest one of the lot. The task is quite complicated, but there is a coherent way of doing it. You going to need two abilities: Simulacrum + Blood and Bone and Bone Spear (any rune). Proceed by using the following steps:
The most time-consuming and tenacious achievement. Your job will be to utilize Command Skeletons to defeat 500 elite opponents. Start by equipping Frenzy to increase the attack speed of your minions. The most time-efficient areas for this quest are low level Deep Rifts (e.g. 4 or 7). Here are some additional tips: