|Language(s)|| Common, and any language they|
knew while alive
|3rd edition rules|
|Creature Type||Undead (Fire, Incorporeal)|
|Advancement||By hit dice|
|Source||Sharn: City of Towers, pg. 179|
|4th edition rules|
|Creature Type||Shadow Humanoid (Undead)|
|Source||Heart of the Forbidden Forge, pg. 25|
A forgewraith is the unfortunate result when a humanoid meets his or her demise due to intense heat, like a lava pool, or an arcane-tempered fire, like the various House Cannith forges. Some forgewraiths may actually be made up of multiple weaker spirits.
- Haestus d'Cannith was the overseer of a creation forge in the former nation of Cyre near the border of Darguun. Killed before the Day of Mourning, Haestus was risen by the mists and transformed into a forgewraith.
Appearance & PersonalityEdit
Forgewraiths are shadowy, smoky undead figures, outlined in fiery red. Fire burns brightly where their eyes once were. Those eyes lock on any living creature with a fiery hatred.
Forgewraiths are incorporeal undead, and there is a chance that weapons pass harmlessly through them. Born of fire, forgewraiths project a fiery ray at their victims, hoping to engulf them in fire like they had once been; a humanoid slain by a forgewraith may themselves become a forgewraith.