The traveling Necromancers go through several different lands, raising bodies from nearby grave yards or crypts to join their ranks. Within a few weeks, they reach the Necropolis.
The gates swing open and the Necromancers enter. They kneel, and command their undead to do the same, when The Hand of Nagash approaches them.
Master Necromancer: We are at your service, my lord.
He says in his raspy voice
Hand of Nagash: Welcome home brothers.
The hand says at a loud, eerie whisper
I fail to see the logic behind your response
OOC: Modern RP or Fantasy/Medieval?
*Chancellor Noto appears for the broadcast*
"After negotiating with the remnants of the international government of Daeliovania, our neighbor to our north. We have come to an agreement to restore order and prosperity to the foreign land and adopt it to our own nation and county. We hope that this will be seen as a move peace and stability in our corner of the world and to iterate that this is not the actions of CIN, it is the actions of our Glorious Federation."
*Cuts to a Reporter*
"As we know ship from the FBS Navy have sailed into Djaelvnar bay with the permission of the AW observer bases, deploying armor and Blitzinfantry to the shores in the north. With columns of Silvarian mountain troops with CAS through the south."
Is there any reason why they risen, other than for plot reasons?
No one aside from (some of?) the few thousand Neo-Nazis in Germany would really be "pleased" if you failed to recognize the holocaust as genocide. So that was a rather unfitting comparison, I think.
I think you completely missed my comparison and you should probably rethink it after rereading the surrounding conversation
The soul of Nagash, an old and powerful necromancer, has become stronger from within his tomb inside the necropolis. It is through his will that one of his servants, the Hand of Natasha, had awoken and raised the bodies. This has attracted Necromancsrs to travel to the Necropolis to once again establish a domain of Death in the world.
But of course, they won't be too powerful. Especially early on. I will probably engage in diplomacy if confronted by anyone instead of attacking right away.