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  • Wights
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  • This article is about the manifestations of maladies. For the manifestations of elemental magic, see Elementals. Wights are beings that possess control over a certain aspect of suffering, such as Hunger and Disease. The Wights of Hunger and Disease were the causes of the Great Famine of Ireland in 1845, when they were sent by John Dee to kill Nicholas Flamel and Perenelle Flamel. They resemble skeletons with tendrils of black or brown mist swirling off of them.
  • During the so-called Boris' campaign against Nerot, Wights were undead allies of Galladan's army. It is possible that he deployed them during the strange ritual on Deathdesert, along with succubus Kharath.
  • Wights are dead men or creatures raised up by The Others, seemingly when touched by the cold that accompanies them. Anyone who falls against the Others must be burned, or else the dead will rise again as their thralls. Fear of their own dead becoming wights leads the free folk to burn them.
  • A wight is a reanimated corpse, either human or animal, raised from death by the White Walkers to act as their minions. Wights are often referred to collectively as the army of the dead, or simply as the dead.
  • Wights are floating apparitions that appear at Wight Lairs, can be summoned by the Angmar faction in The Rise of the Witch-king, and can be brought into being (synonymously with "wraiths") by Morgomir's Morgul-blade ability. Whenever wights cause damage or kill an enemy, they gain health.
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Status
  • Active
Ruler
Title
  • Wights
AKA
  • Army of the dead
Features
  • Extremely flammable
  • Glowing blue eyes
  • Undead, often displaying mortal
  • injuries
Location
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  • This article is about the manifestations of maladies. For the manifestations of elemental magic, see Elementals. Wights are beings that possess control over a certain aspect of suffering, such as Hunger and Disease. The Wights of Hunger and Disease were the causes of the Great Famine of Ireland in 1845, when they were sent by John Dee to kill Nicholas Flamel and Perenelle Flamel. They resemble skeletons with tendrils of black or brown mist swirling off of them.
  • During the so-called Boris' campaign against Nerot, Wights were undead allies of Galladan's army. It is possible that he deployed them during the strange ritual on Deathdesert, along with succubus Kharath.
  • Wights are dead men or creatures raised up by The Others, seemingly when touched by the cold that accompanies them. Anyone who falls against the Others must be burned, or else the dead will rise again as their thralls. Fear of their own dead becoming wights leads the free folk to burn them.
  • A wight is a reanimated corpse, either human or animal, raised from death by the White Walkers to act as their minions. Wights are often referred to collectively as the army of the dead, or simply as the dead.
  • Wights are floating apparitions that appear at Wight Lairs, can be summoned by the Angmar faction in The Rise of the Witch-king, and can be brought into being (synonymously with "wraiths") by Morgomir's Morgul-blade ability. Whenever wights cause damage or kill an enemy, they gain health.
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