Depends on the game and the setting.
If it's your standard D&D setting from the book, Necromancy isn't evil at all.
Animation of the dead is where the actual evil part comes in, for a lot of different reasons.
One being you creating unlife that seeks only to kill the living as well as the negative energy from said undead causing a whole other slew of issues.
If you create undead frequently, you are incapable of being good aligned.
If you do it in moderation, and only when it's required, you're neutral.
I have no issues with "good" animation of the dead, but if it's done like how it's done when it's evil, I better the setting also acknowledge the ability to have an endless workforce of skeletons who tirelessly work 24/7 or else it raises a hundred different questions. >>62412863>It was the best way to make it explicitly clear
No, the best way to make it explicitly clear was to literally say what you just typed.
Come on, dude, be a man and step up.