miércoles, 15 de junio de 2011

Wraiths


When a mortal dies a violent death or has unfinished business, it is hard to let go of this world and so a wraith is born.

Ghosts. Phantoms. The restless dead. Call them what you like, these malingering spirits of departed mortals have been around as long as Cainites have, perhaps longer.
Wraiths are undead creatures that can be confused with shadows or mist, they are incorporeal but when in presence of mortals they feed upon the emotions that mortals have. Fear and Anger most likely since every Wraith has the Dark Presence about them.
Ever felt an uncontrollable fear for no reason what so ever?? sitting infront of your Pc and suddenly a shiver down your spine and a sense of Dread that comes with it? Thar is the Dark Presence roaming around and whenever you are close to a Wraith the Dark Presence follows.
When fueled by anger or fear a Wraith can manifest itself and interact with the living, The invisibly hurled plate, the sourceless whisper, the worm-riddled visage that flickers at the edge of perception all of these are powers that Wraiths possess, but when in contact with another supernatural being, a Wraith can try to consume it and pour all its hatred and malice on to it, all Wraiths are evil and wish for every creature in this earth to experience the pain and suffering they went and are still going through.


Wraiths manifest most effectively in "haunted" sites and places where great suffering or trauma has left a psychic residue (battlefields, torture chambers, the bridge where a suicide leapt, etc. ). In such places, the Shroud between the worlds of the living and the dead is weak

a Wraith is but the first step into something else, but no mortal can say if it is for good or ill.

51 comentarios:

  1. What a horrible way to spend eternity. In D&D, a medium level cleric could send one running though...

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  2. ah yes, the infamous wraths

    badass pictures m8

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  3. Always been interested in Wraiths, they seem to be present in most games i play

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  4. first picture reminds me a little of insidious

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  5. Good read, those wraith pics look awesome.

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  6. Thats some creepy stuff, I get freaked out by ghosts and stuff Dx

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  7. i like the pictures you included, they go well with the writing!

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  8. It's probably ill lol, I've always been interested in wraiths, very foreboding thing

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  9. *Awaits a post referring to some legendary Wraith* :D

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  10. that's good to know, I'll try to avoid those places

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  11. The are one of my undead favorites.

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  12. so thats when i told em...thats an inner-state fashion. yeeee hawww -wraith pilot.

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  13. Makes me think of Noob Saibot in mortal Kombat =)

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  14. Silly wraiths, you should be in the afterworld, not screwing with people on Earth.

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  15. Lord of the rings has the best wraiths, the nazgul!

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  16. I only know wraiths from Lord of the Rings.

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  17. wow, makes me wonder if "The Crow" is a wraith :)

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  18. I love the second one, looks scary :P

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  19. Probably not, but i really don't know.

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  20. A classic creature from many place the world over, does anyone know where the idea of a wraith originated from.

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  21. Creepy, but it would be cool if I could become something crazy if I died.

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