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Wights (ヘルボーン Hellbones in the Japanese version) are skeletons driven by terrible magic. They can wield a variety of weapons. They are the promoted versions of Bonewalkers.
Most tend to use the same weapons as their lesser cousins. However they have a better skill rank (A for Swords/Lance or Bows), and will also use Brave weapons. They can be considered a Sniper (archer versions) or a weaker type of Paladin. Wights are common in the Lagdou Ruins and monster skirmishes in Melaken Coast, and uncommon/rare anywhere else.
In Middle and Old English, this is one word for 'man' or 'knight,' or simply for a person or living thing, used most often in alliterative poetry such as 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.' As an adjective, in Middle and Old English it meant 'brave' or 'knightly.' In recent fantasy media, the word 'wight' has been used in works by authors such as J.R.R. Tolkien And George R.R. Martin to denote undead monsters.
- A Wight archer has the same animations of a Sniper (when you move the cursor over the unit and check the stat's/weapons/weapon rank).
- The portrait of the Wight is similar to a Bonewalker, but is in the opposite direction.
- Wights have the same critical animations as Bonewalkers.
- Wights, along with Bonewalkers, are the only unit to have separate weapon ranks. (some will have sword/lance rank and others only bow rank)
- The portrait of a Wight shows it with a sword, even for the archer versions.
- Melee Wights have a shield, though this is not shown when fighting them.
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