Quote Originally Posted by Xefas View Post
The oddest part being that it would then later raise them as a wight.
We need stats for some kind of temporal wraith now. They could have some kind of aging/deaging attack and be a manifestation of the fabric of time continuing to unravel unchecked. Of course, quaruts, the inevitables that serve as D&D's version of the clockroach trope, would eventually get involved. Perhaps temporal wraiths die off if they fail to feed, so quaruts only get involved if there is a temporal wraithocalypse or one of them advances enough hit die to become a paradox wraith.
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