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A ceasg is a mermaid in Scottish mythology, a supernatural half-woman and half-grilse (salmon).[1][2] It is also known in Scottish Gaelic as maighdean na tuinne ("maid of the wave") or maighdean mhara ("maid of the sea").[2] The ceasg is said to be able to grant three wishes to anyone that captures her


wendigo - is a supernatural creature that is part of the mythology of the indigenous people of North America Ojíbuas . According to mythology, the Wendigo is formed from a human either , now hungry for a hard winter, and to feed , ate his own companions . After perpetuate cannibalistic acts long, turns out to be this monster and gains many attributes to hunt and feed more like , for example , can imitate the human voice , climb trees ,


A gnome /ˈnoʊm/ is a diminutive spirit in Renaissance magic and alchemy, first introduced by Paracelsus and later adopted by more recent authors including those of modern fantasy literature. Its characteristics have been reinterpreted to suit the needs of various story-tellers, but it is typically said to be a small, humanoid creature that lives underground.


The White Wolfmen appear as humanoid wolves as big as a horse, muscles coiled under the course gray or white fur and evil yellow eyes. What one would call werewolves but have no transformation to human form.


mererecorder: Gnarl by Jarow. Gnolls, dog-folk, tie into the emphasis of bloodlines in the west. Those of 'corrupted blood' like the Gnolls & Skaven/rat folk are ostracized and hunted.


Makhai- Greek myth: twin warriors that share a pelvis and pair of legs. They are two the greatest warriors of the titan race