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fee, the aos sí, celt mythology, fairies

fee, the aos sí, celt mythology, fairies

The Slaugh, a rude name for the primeval monsters and beasts that make up the lesser fey that is a part of the Unseelie Court. The Host was a polite phrase and only the Unseelie could say ‘slaugh’ and not have it be a mortal insult. They are nightmarish creatures that are feared even among the Unseelie where inhumanity is common. The Slaugh is what makes up the Wild Hunt. They are a horde of evil spirits in Scotland, who fly in groups like birds

The Slaugh, a rude name for the primeval monsters and beasts that make up the lesser fey that is a part of the Unseelie Court. The Host was a polite phrase and only the Unseelie could say ‘slaugh’ and not have it be a mortal insult. They are nightmarish creatures that are feared even among the Unseelie where inhumanity is common. The Slaugh is what makes up the Wild Hunt. They are a horde of evil spirits in Scotland, who fly in groups like birds

The Urisk, or Ourisk, is a form of Peallaidh     - strange creatures that roam sylvan river-banks and other similar places in     Scotland. Unlike some other Peallaidh though, the Urisk is not a danger nor     a prankster. In fact the Urisks would like nothing more than to hold a     pleasant conservation with a human. However as soon as they enthusiastically     approach someone to talk, their unusual appearance generally causes humans     to run away in terror.

The Urisk, or Ourisk, is a form of Peallaidh - strange creatures that roam sylvan river-banks and other similar places in Scotland. Unlike some other Peallaidh though, the Urisk is not a danger nor a prankster. In fact the Urisks would like nothing more than to hold a pleasant conservation with a human. However as soon as they enthusiastically approach someone to talk, their unusual appearance generally causes humans to run away in terror.

Gancanagh/Love Talker (Irish) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gancanagh

Gancanagh/Love Talker (Irish) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gancanagh

Iku-Turso - A malevolent sea monster in Finnish mythology, mentioned in the Finnish national epic Kalevala

Iku-Turso - A malevolent sea monster in Finnish mythology, mentioned in the Finnish national epic Kalevala

Danu Promo Card P4 by Pernastudios on DeviantArt

Danu Promo Card P4 by Pernastudios on DeviantArt

Ankou - Villains Wiki - Wikia

Ankou

Ankou - Villains Wiki - Wikia

Grugach- Irish myth: hairy, naked, broad shouldered, and hard working spirits that helped around the house. They are about 4ft tall and watch over cattle. Males are naked and shaggy while females are dressed in green with long golden hair.

Grugach- Irish myth: hairy, naked, broad shouldered, and hard working spirits that helped around the house. They are about 4ft tall and watch over cattle. Males are naked and shaggy while females are dressed in green with long golden hair.

Brucha (Irish) - Creations of the Horseman of Famine, these iron-quilled, monstrous porcupines were created to destroy the food of other creatures. They can turn into an iron ball of spikes and roll over their enemies, leaving nothing but gore behind. Pukwudgies often enslave these monsters and use them as guardians for their necromantic treasures.

Brucha (Irish) - Creations of the Horseman of Famine, these iron-quilled, monstrous porcupines were created to destroy the food of other creatures. They can turn into an iron ball of spikes and roll over their enemies, leaving nothing but gore behind. Pukwudgies often enslave these monsters and use them as guardians for their necromantic treasures.

Fear Gorta- Irish myth: a phantasmic emaciated man that represented hunger. he walks the earth during times of famine and asked passers-by for alms. he then grants good luck to generous individuals.

Fear Gorta- Irish myth: a phantasmic emaciated man that represented hunger. he walks the earth during times of famine and asked passers-by for alms. he then grants good luck to generous individuals.

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