((Character bio in progress, character is still not concrete. http://summoners.shurelia.com/profiles/818 ))
A tall, thin, menacing figure moved through the Noxian battle lines. His pale skin was barely visible under his dark purple robes, a wicked grin seemed permanently plastered on his face. The stench of death permeated the air around him as he casually strolled through the battlefield. Noxian and Demacian soldiers fought and died around him, the man payed them no mind. He was Swerto Antaril, Noxian Necromancer.
The necromancer pressed forward, his grin widening as his anticipation rose. He nonchalantly parried a Demacian arrow out of the way with his mace. He moved up behind a group of Noxian knights battling Demacian soldiers. An artillery strike landed directly in the middle of them, shredding their bodies and sending them in all directions.
The necromancer stopped, raising his mace into the air. He looked around him, at all the corpses. Swerto began chanting under his breath, his figure levitating off the ground. A noxian soldier ran from behind him, throwing his helmet to the ground.
"You don't mean to raise these corpses to fight? The League will never stand for it, they will execute you for this. You're insane!" The noxian shouted at him, shortly before an arrow struck him in the throat. The soldier fell to the ground, grasping at the arrow, attempting to dislodge it. The noxian soldier choked on his last breathe as his life passed.
Swerto's grin widened even further. Demacian and Noxian dead began to stand, gifted with temporary unlife. They rose to their feet, grasping their weapons and rushed at the Demacian lines with no fear. The mindless undead were tools, and Swerto would use them to ensure victory for Noxus.
So what if the League intervened. Swerto would cement his place today as one of Noxus's premier Necromancers, and perhaps even ascend further in Noxian society. It is the victors who write history and make the rules, not the defeated. So it is the duty of every noxian to use all at their disposal to ensure victory.