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  1. Wight (Dungeons & Dragons) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    A wight is an undead creature in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing
    game. Contents. [hide]. 1 Publication history. 1.1 Dungeons & Dragons ...
  2. Wight
    Wight. The flesh of this walking corpse is rotting and putrid, its body skeletal in
    places and its eye sockets glowing with red light. Wight CR 3. XP 800. LE
    Medium ...
  3. Wight - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Wight is a Middle English word, from Old English wiht, and used to describe a
    creature or living sentient being. It is akin to Old High German wiht, meaning a ...
  4. Wight - Monster Wiki - a reason to leave the closet closed and saw ...
    Wight Wights are a form of undead creature in the Dungeons & Dragons roleplay
    game. They are wretched husks of their former living selves, baring chalk-white ...
  5. Wight ::
    A wight's appearance is a weird and twisted reflection of the form it had in life. A
    wight is about the height and weight of a human. Wights speak Common.
  6. SRD:Perfect Wight - D&D Wiki
    The perfect wight's class skills (and the key ability for each skill) are Appraise (Int)
    , Balance ... The following are class features of the perfect wight prestige class.
  7. Wight - League of Legends Wiki - Champions, Items, Strategies, and ...
    The Wight is a neutral monster in League of Legends. It is found in the Ancient
    Golem side of...
  8. Wight (CR +1) - Pathfinder_OGC
    Wight is an acquired template that can be added to any living corporeal
    creature (hereafter referred to as the base creature). Most wights were once
    humanoid, ...
  9. Wight - Yu-Gi-Oh!
    "Wight" (ワイト Waito) or "Skull Servant" (limited TCG usage) is a series of Zombie
    -Type monsters...
  10. Wight - Pathfinder_OGC
    Any humanoid creature that is slain by a wight becomes a wight itself in only 1d4
    rounds. Spawn so created are less powerful than typical wights, and suffer a 2 ...


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