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> "Because I didn't know it?
> "No, seriously, the spirits of the dead were kind of 'not pleased' with my recent performance, and they told me to use this to, as my grandfather's spirit put it, "stop being such a limp-wristed catamite"."
The moment you finish that line, you feel the gift of the dead fading away. Its not completly forgotten, but you will need to research it further and inscribe it into your spellbook. Delvar congratulate you on your victory, and comment that necromancers walking the thin line between life and death were often rewarded with such gifts.
Now that the creature is dead, fatigue overcomes you, and you will you golem to become a headless mule. You will ride the way home, apparently.
Also, you only started noticing the rain. You feel refreshed by the water.
Roll survival, 4d20