Glioma remains the most frequent malignancy of the central nervous system. Recently, necroptosis has been identified as a cell death process that mediates the proliferation and development of tumor cells. LncRNAs play a key role in the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases. However, the impact that necrosis-related lncRNAs (NRLs) have on glioma remains unclear. In our studies, we selected 9 NRLs to construct a prognostic model. Meanwhile, we assessed the survival curves of these 9 NRLs. Our findings found ADGRA1-AS1 and WAC-AS1 were protective lncRNAs, while MIR210HG, LINC01503, CRNDE, HOXC-AS1, ZIM2-AS1, MIR22HG and PLBD1-AS1 were risk lncRNAs. Specifically, 12 immune cells, 25 immune-correlated pathways, and TME score were differentially expressed in the both risk groups. Additionally, the study predicted and validated the necroptosis-related lncRNA CRNDE/miR-23b-3p/IDH1 axis. CRNDE was strongly expressed in glioma specimens and several cell lines. Inhibiting CRNDE resulted in a substantial reduction in the proliferation and migration of U-118MG and U251 cells. Furthermore, the study predicted that CRNDE may exhibit oncogenic features by adsorbing miR-23b-3p and positively regulating IDH1 expression. Overall, the study constructed a prognostic model in glioma, and predicted a lncRNA CRNDE/miR-23b-3p/IDH1 axis, which could potentially be useful for gene therapy of glioma.