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The Loop Games Do you like this video? The Mark of Death is the most mysterious of all dragonmarks. It has been said by Keith Baker that her dragonmark was special in some way due to her draconic blood.
Nevertheless, she never got to use it because her house was then hunted down by both the dragons and elves. The Mark of Death is the only dragonmark that is believed to be extinct by the time of in the Galifar calendar. No member of the House of Vol survives that has not been either slain or turned into a member of the undead. The Mark of Death seems to have had some sort of power relating to the creation of undeath as Lady Vol was transformed into a lich by her mother using her dragonmark upon her.
Behind the Scenes Edit The Mark of Death is one of the few "mysteries" of Eberron in that Keith Baker has stated that the truth of its nature will never be revealed in an official supplement. Keith has stated that the true nature of the Mark of Death, like that of the Day of Mourning , is for the Dungeon Master to decide.
As such, the Mark of Death would do things more along the lines of speaking with the deceased, raising undead and controlling them as well as those previously reanimated , or setting undead to rest. Essentially, she is a living Eldritch Machine.
Edit Aberrant Dragonmarks can be clearly distinguished from a standard house dragonmark and no two are alike The dragonmarks are passed through bloodlines and when two members of different dragonmarked families reproduce it often results in aberrant dragonmarks. The aberrant marks do not manifest identically each time therefore it is possible for two individuals with completely different looking marks to produce the same magical effect using the mark. Indeed each aberrant dragonmark is completely unique to its bearer. Originally aberrant marked were seen as outcasts and outsiders. Often they were shunned by the houses and eked out a pitiful existence. Many members bearing these aberrant dragonmarks have since united in their differences and formed House Tarkanan , most notably present in Sharn.
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