Greater moor wight

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Greater moor wight
Level 39
Family Wight family creatures
Body Type Biped
Classification(s) Undead
Corporeal
Area(s) Found Black Moor
Miasmal Forest
BCS Yes
HP 240
Speed
Attack Attributes
Physical Attacks
Broadsword 252 - 267 AS
Handaxe 252 AS
Misc. Offensive Spells
Cold Snap (512)
Elemental Dispel (417)
Defense Attributes
Armor
 ? ASG
Defensive Strength (DS)
Melee 170 - 195
Ranged
Bolt
Unarmed Defense Factor
UDF
Target Defense (TD)
Bard Base 133
Cleric Base
Empath Base 146
Paladin Base
Ranger Base
Sorcerer Base
Wizard Base
Minor Elemental 160
Major Elemental
Minor Spiritual 145
Major Spiritual
Minor Mental
Defensive Spells
Haste (506)
Mass Blur (911)
Prismatic Guard (905)
Spirit Defense (103)
Spirit Warding I (101)
Treasure Attributes
Coins Yes
Gems Yes
Magic Items Yes
Boxes Yes
Skin a wight mane
Other None

Once beautiful beyond comprehension, the moor wight before you is now as disgusting as it was once charming. The wight has a slender, decaying body hidden by tattered and fading robes. Plainly written across the moor wight's face is an expression of eternal anguish and pain, silently speaking of the horrofic events which unfolded during its life to bring it to this sad state.

Hunting strategies

Greater moor wights are immune to cold elemental damage.

Spell Preparation Messaging

A greater moor wight gestures arcanely.

Other information

Summoning Powers

Similar to their lesser brethren, greater moor wights have even more potent abilities to conjure into existence other undead beings.

In areas with muddy wetland terrain, these wights are capable of summoning greater fetid corpses out of the mire:

A greater moor wight raises one decaying arm in a series of mystical gestures, chanting an almost inaudible stream of prayers.
A greater fetid corpse emerges from the stinking mire, moaning evilly!

If the terrain is too hard and dry to allow this trick, they may instead call upon their less threatening ally, the luminous spectre:

A greater moor wight raises one decaying arm in a series of mystical gestures, chanting an almost inaudible stream of prayers.
A cold mist seeps up out of the ground, slowly dissipating to reveal a luminous spectre.

Interaction with corpses

A greater moor wight is not going to help rescue you when dead. In fact, it will further mangle your body:

A greater moor wight rakes ribbons of flesh from your face.

And move your corpse about wherever it pleases:

A greater moor wight heads out, dragging your battered body behind it!

References

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