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Breton version of the Bean-Sidhe.
After his day’s labors the Leprechaun enjoys a night’s revelry and then becomes known as the Cluricaun (kloor-a-kawn). He raids wine cellars and is known to take wild drunken rides through the moonlight on the backs of sheep or shepherds dogs.
Welsh Mine Goblin. Cousins to the Cornish Knockers. These creatures using mining tools, are seen working industriously at the seam faces. The knocking of their picks and hammers is lucky, a sign of heavy ore content.
Malignant nature spirits found in Brittany, often associated with phantoms of the dead.
A powerful South American spirit who owned the jungle and tortures tortoise hunters since the tortoises are his friends.