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The Creatures

Creatures are those who do not classify into any of the other main categories. Most in this section, are either animal-typed, or human-animal hybrids. They range throughout the spectrum of White, Grey, and Dark Arts.

Huldra/Huldu

The Huldra/Huldu are forest and mountain-dwelling fairies that are spoken of within Scandinavian folklore. The Huldra are the female aspects of this fae, while Huldu are the males.

Click HERE to go to their Archive page.

Kitsune

"Kitsune" or "狐" is the Japanese word for Fox. There is no distinction in Japanese between the animal and the mythological creature, but in this context assume "Kitsune" is speaking about the mythological fox. There are many types of Kitsune within mythology.

Click HERE to go to the Myobu Archive page.

Click HERE to go to the Youko Archive page.

Click HERE to go to the Nogitsune Archive page.

Merfolk

Mermaids are creatures who have the upper body of a human, and the lower body (tail) of a fish. These entities are talked about in many different cultures from around the world. A gender-neutral term for these entities is "Merfolk".

Sirens are the temptresses of the sea, best known for luring a ship's men out into the open ocean where they will later be dragged down to drown. Sirens not only tempt with romance and sexual ideas, but with anything that a human may find alluring.

Click HERE to go to the Mermaid/Merman Archive page.

Click HERE to go to the Siren Archive page.

Nymphs

The Nymphs are nature spirits/fairies that act as caretakers over specific aspects of nature around us. There tends to be the stereotype that all nymphs are sexual, however that is not the case. It sends what they rule over, and what deity rules over them.

Click HERE to go to the Hesperide Archive page.

Click HERE to go to the Lampade Archive page.

Click HERE to go to the Naiad Archive page.

Click HERE to go to the Dryad Archive page.

Phoenixes

Phoenixs are Greek fire-bird creatures who live for 1,000 years. They then create a nest of aromatic woods and herbs, and light it on fire to burn themselves to ash. They are then reborn from this ash, renewed.

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Rusalkas

The Rusalka are Russian entities that appear as beautiful women. They live in bodies of water, and before the nineteenth century they were described as benevolent entities (mermaid-like) who brought fertility to land by walking across the soil in their human form.

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Selkies

The Selkie Folk are gentle creatures with the ability to transform from seals into beautiful humans. In surviving folklore, there are different accounts as to how often the Selkie Folk are able to carry out transformations.

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Shifters

Shapeshifters come from all around the world, appearing in many stories and cultures. Shapeshifters are able to either take on the shape of a very specific person or animal, or are able to shapeshift into any living being.

Unicorns

Unicorns are a mystical creature that are still spoken of and inspire us to this day. They are horse-like beings with a single ivory horn, and are known to be both gentle and capable of healing, as well as protective.

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