I already have a ''necromancer'' character who has her own house. I think the game already has really good options for necromancer-style furnishings. The Witches Festival and Wolfhunter dungeons brought in a lot of bone items, Dragonbones dungeons brought in some explicitly named necromancer items (stone tables and pillars with inscriptions).
some specific things I'd like:
skulls/bones with candles on/around them instead of having to use the DB skull candles;
pieces of mort flesh instead of having to use chunks of meat;
pre-arrange bones for summoning areas instead of having to use many item slots to build my own
I would love if they add a basement that can be placed in any home. Necromancy is a forbidden art and it would make sense that I hide my nefarious inclinations in behind a trap door or a book case with a hidden door.
Its an easy thing to achieve. You buy an 'item' such as aforementioned trap door or secret book case and place it in your home. It acts as loader for another zone.
Edited by Zypheran on January 7, 2019 10:50AM
I'll play the game my way and you play it your way!
What I want for my character who likes necromancy - abandoned house with place for rituals. Alinor house, something breton or dunmer can be quite good, but there is too few items for this - I'd like to have some damaged things (crates, furniture...), spoiled food, fleshflies...
Houses: Strident Springs Demesne, The Erstwhile Sanctuary. Everybody is welcomed!
Last luxury furniture items are always placed in my Mournoth Keep ("decorator" default!) for a week or longer. Feel free to come and take a look yourself before spending money.