Contradiction: Honorable or mindlessly mad?Edit
There seems to be a big contradiction here in the nature of wraiths. One part of the article states,
"These creatures [...] have all the memories of their past lives before undeath.[...] Wraiths are lawful creatures, willing to make deals and hold to them. They respect the same tendency in both living and unliving creatures and will respond to honorable opponents with honorable actions."
Then later in the article, it goes one to say,
"Wraiths, angry and violent spirits, long for a return to mortal life and vent their jealous rage on living creatures. While possessed by a constant, desperate fury, wraiths nonetheless possess the intellect and self-control to deal rationally, if grudgingly, with mortal beings on occasion."
These two claims seem to conflict with each other and have left me confused on the true nature of the wraith. This should be clarified or fixed to avoid confusion. Though, I doubt anyone cares about this page :( --Wuggums (talk) 04:35, 6 October 2008 (UTC)
Not mindlessly mad, but definitely "angry", yet still honorable as far as "lawful" will allow. They are "lawful evil" as an alignment, thus the reference to "lawful".Baggins (talk) 20:00, 15 October 2008 (UTC)