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Sugaar- basque myth: a male serpent or dragon like creature that is able to call upon and create storms. He also has an ability to seduce women.

Sugaar- basque myth: a male serpent or dragon like creature that is able to call upon and create storms. He also has an ability to seduce women.

Lubber fiend- english folklore: a large hairy man-like creature with a tail that would do house work such as sweeping in exchange for a saucer of milk and a place to sleep by the fire

Lubber fiend- english folklore: a large hairy man-like creature with a tail that would do house work such as sweeping in exchange for a saucer of milk and a place to sleep by the fire

Fenir

Fenir

The Kelpie is a treacherous water devil and a supernatural shape-shifting horse of Celtic folklore, believed to haunt the lochs and rivers of Scotland and Ireland. It appears to travelers as a beautiful horse (though, this is not it’s true form) beside a body of water. When the traveler attempts to ride it, the kelpie plunges them both into the water to drown and eat the traveler.

The Kelpie is a treacherous water devil and a supernatural shape-shifting horse of Celtic folklore, believed to haunt the lochs and rivers of Scotland and Ireland. It appears to travelers as a beautiful horse (though, this is not it’s true form) beside a body of water. When the traveler attempts to ride it, the kelpie plunges them both into the water to drown and eat the traveler.

Random Creature Feature: A "Shellycoat" is a creature from Scottish mythology that is named for its coat of shells. This sneaky fae haunts rivers and streams, and enjoys pulling pranks on humans.  Although relatively harmless, the shellycoat is known for tricks such as pretending to be drowning, and also helping make a traveler lost. This fae often smells of old water, and its coat make a loud rattle as it walks.

Random Creature Feature: A "Shellycoat" is a creature from Scottish mythology that is named for its coat of shells. This sneaky fae haunts rivers and streams, and enjoys pulling pranks on humans. Although relatively harmless, the shellycoat is known for tricks such as pretending to be drowning, and also helping make a traveler lost. This fae often smells of old water, and its coat make a loud rattle as it walks.

Deusa Tiamat

Deusa Tiamat

Morana (Morena, Mara, Maruha) is the goddess of death, of winter and of night. In some Slavic tribes, she is also the goddess of unhappiness in love. Repulsive and frightening, this goddess has the ability to transform herself, if necessary, into a swarthy, beautiful and seductive girl.

Morana (Morena, Mara, Maruha) is the goddess of death, of winter and of night. In some Slavic tribes, she is also the goddess of unhappiness in love. Repulsive and frightening, this goddess has the ability to transform herself, if necessary, into a swarthy, beautiful and seductive girl.

Gaueko- Basque myth: a spirit of the night. he punishes those who claim to not fear the darkness of the night.

Gaueko- Basque myth: a spirit of the night. he punishes those who claim to not fear the darkness of the night.

Onoskelis- Christian myth: a beautiful female demon that has the legs of a mule. She mostly dwells in caves and enjoys killing men.

Onoskelis- Christian myth: a beautiful female demon that has the legs of a mule. She mostly dwells in caves and enjoys killing men.

Basque mythology, the basajaun were an ancient human race of stout, hairy wild men who were megalith builders. Basajaun means “Lord of the Woods”

Basque mythology, the basajaun were an ancient human race of stout, hairy wild men who were megalith builders. Basajaun means “Lord of the Woods”

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