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== Wights on Golarion ==
 
== Wights on Golarion ==
Wights are counted amongst the lesser nobility of the undead-dominated nation of [[Geb]].<ref>{{Cite book/The Inner Sea World Guide|77}}</ref> A large group of them led by a [[Daughter of Urgathoa]] named [[Illcayna Alonnor]] can also be found in the ruined village of [[Finder's Gulch]] in the [[Menador Mountains]] of western [[Isger]].<ref>{{cite book/Seven Days to the Grave|83}}</ref>
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Wights are counted amongst the lesser nobility of the undead-dominated nation of [[Geb]].<ref>{{Cite book/The Inner Sea World Guide|77}}</ref> A large group of them led by a [[daughter of Urgathoa]] named [[Illcayna Alonnor]] can also be found in the ruined village of [[Finder's Gulch]] in the [[Menador Mountains]] of western [[Isger]].<ref>{{cite book/Seven Days to the Grave|83}}</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

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Wight
(Creature)
Type Undead
CR 3
Environment Any
Alignment
Images of wights

Source: Pathfinder Bestiary, pg(s). 276

A wight is a corporeal undead created from the remains of a humanoid that has arisen from the dead through one of a number of causes:

  • the person faced a violent end;
  • their dead body was used to create a wight using necromantic magic;
  • the dead soul was a particularly nasty person in life;
  • the corpse was discovered by an evil spirit that was already undead and that spirit bonded with the corpse.[1]
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Variant Wights

Different types of wight exist including:[1]

Wights on Golarion

Wights are counted amongst the lesser nobility of the undead-dominated nation of Geb.[2] A large group of them led by a daughter of Urgathoa named Illcayna Alonnor can also be found in the ruined village of Finder's Gulch in the Menador Mountains of western Isger.[3]

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