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3-01-2011 @ 9:16PM
Imagine a coin. The coin is made of silver. One half is tails, the other is heads. One *LOOKS* different from the other, but that is all. Both are still made of silver. By that end, if you were to cut the coin in half with a knife to separate them, and smelt them down into their base element, you could reforge either to look exactly like the other. By that notion, you could do anything with the Tails end that you could do with the Heads end.Light and Dark work in the same fashion.Necromancy has always been used to raise the dead.The Light has always been used to raise the dead.Two halves of the same coin--their powers are one and the same. They are no different.
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