Awakened Grave, Undead Horde and Blighted Horde should be affected by Bloodpact making them very viable DPS options. Bloodpact should have either the recurring HP cost removed or the recurring power cost removed or Accelerated Decay should have its recurring HP removed. Both is too much. Bloodpact, Accelerated Decay and Lich already have recurring HP costs which is almost overwhelming especially in a solo PvP setting. Ooze Crawler AA line should get made into a legitimate AA spec. Enhancement of the tank and mage pet are as they should be currently and shortening of the reuse of Blighted Horde and Awakened Grave are acceptable as well. Enhancment of Undead Horde should remove the requirement of having corpses nearby and always summon maximum dumbfires. Ooze Crawler AA should be a dumbfire as well that greatly debuffs the mobs defensive capabilities as well as doing minimal damage on a short casting timer long duration and short reuse. Enhancement of the scout pet needs to be drastically changed as it is useless in its current form. My only suggestion is not to have it try to compete in DPS with the mage pet, but allow it to be permanently summoned along side the mage pet or tank pet. As it has mediocre DPS output in its current form I do not see how that would sway the balance of DPS too far into the favor of the Necro class. I think these proposed ideas would solve many problems with the necro class in all aspects of the game. Allowing the scout pet to be summoned alongside the mage pet or the tank pet would make current itemization effect the necro simlar to the way it greatly enhances a conjuror through pet abilities like destructive forces, power flux and empowered minion et cetera. It would allow the Necromancer to be a viable pvp class again ascerting all of its capabilities in the pvp setting rather than being penalized by nearly impossible ability upkeep (Accelerated Decay, Lich, Bloodpact). Finally these upgrades would give the Necro places to put their final 20-30 AA points rather than allocating them into the "best of the worst" leftovers.