- n. Plural form of wight.
“He's no Drew Barrymore, but yeah, the timeliness of Bower meeting the wights will be a nice cultural bitch slap to their own True Blood, vampire, pretty boy fandom.”
“I think that would be a mistake, though, since it fails to set up the idea of wights for the later parts where Jon encounters them.”
“Yes | No | Report from whitetailkjf wrote 4 weeks 6 days ago lift some wights your just feeding the coyotes with that puny bow”
“The Weekend Heroes got off to a rather bumpy start when too many wights chased them around a corner and Fabulas was too afraid to sing the proper songs to keep their morale high.”
“Some silliness with trees and wights and Tom Bombadil as well and a wolf attack in the mountains, those are the major action bits in a pretty lengthy longer than Judging Eye part 1 of the trilogy.”
“Most of these meneidon were water wights dwelling in streams, fountains, cisterns, and drains; others dwelt in stone or wood.”
“If we don't know about the wights at the beginning, having the bodies spring to life later on won't make as much sense to the viewers.”
“The wights they create are zombie-like for sure, but the Others make their own weapons, armor, and speak their own language.”
“She may have some screen time as Lady Stoneheart, but we don't know how prominent a role she will play there is a brewing sense that the Others and wights and things north of the wall may join forces or clash with the zombies amassing south of the wall.”
“June 8, 2009 at 4:10 pm wells dadeh yu shaid we can has wat we wantsh and we wants wights!”
Looking for tweets for wights.