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Said to be the tiniest creatures of human form in existence, these little people coexist peacefully with the ants in the anthills of Southern Africa and live on their foragings from the roots of grasses and other plants. They are very shy and so are elusive, however tend to reveal themselves to very young children, wizards, and pregnant women.Aeval
A Faery Queen of southwestern Munster. In her district a debate was launched on whether the men were satisfying the woman’s sexual needs. In a midnight court, Aeval heard both sides and then decreed the men wrong and sentenced them to overcome their prudishness and accede to the woman’s needs. (Kisma)
Children of the living dead of Eskimo lore. In hard times, unwanted babies were taken out into the snow by tribal elders to die of exposure. Unless the tribe would move to a new hunting ground, they would often find themselves haunted by this small, miserable ghost.
The faerie version of the grim reaper. Sometimes he’s portrayed as a benevolent, comforting figure.
A cannibal faerie. He has no head, but his eyes sit atop his shoulders and a mouth may be found in his torso. His lack of a nose allows him to eat human flesh without gagging.
Usually female, also known as sky dancers. They bless humans at important stages in their lives, and are often seen at weddings. They live in fig trees and sometimes appear to scholars or scientists, seduce and exhaust them, making sure they don’t venture into areas that the spirit world deems unfit.
Are small and delicate female faeries who melt away into a pool of water when captured or exposed to sunlight.
Aughisky / Agh-iski
They are the Irish version of the Each Uisge.