Uses and History
Grave dust is exactly what the name says, dust collected from graves. Despite being easy to gather (apart from the threat of undead) and being plentiful, it retains the energy of the grave within itself, empowering spells of great power in this school of magic.
|“|| Gathered from mausoleums, sarcophagi, and graves, Grave Dust is an essential element in the necromantic arts. Alchemists can concoct a potion that creates a field of flame.|
- Besides its use in Necromancy, it also is used in the skill Alchemy as a reagent.
|Britannian||Black Pearl ☥ Blood Moss ☥ Garlic ☥ Ginseng ☥ Mandrake Root ☥ Nightshade ☥ Spider Silk ☥ Sulfurous Ash|
|Serpent Isle Reagents|
|Serpent Isle (SI)||Blood Spawn ☥ Serpent Scales ☥ Worm Heart|
|Necromancy (VIII)||Blackmoor ☥ Blood ☥ Bone ☥ Dirt ☥ Executioner's Hood ☥ Wood|
|Sorcery (VIII)||Brimstone ☥ Daemon Bones ☥ Obsidian ☥ Pig Iron ☥ Pumice ☥ Volcanic Ash|
|Thaumaturgy (VIII)||Bat Wing ☥ Dragon Blood ☥ Eye of Newt ☥ Serpent Scales|
|Alchemy (UO)||Luminescent Fungi ☥ Captured Essence ☥ Parasitic Plants ☥ Egg|
|Mysticism (UO)||Bone ☥ Dragon Blood ☥ Daemon Bones ☥ Fertile Dirt|
|Necromancy (UO)||Bat Wing ☥ Daemon Blood ☥ Grave Dust ☥ Nox Crystal ☥ Pig Iron|
|Shamanism (SE)||Chocolatl ☥ Pinde ☥ Yopo|
|Spellweaving (UO)||Arcane Focus|