The charm of fairy tales: a Brother Grimm's work, "The two brothers"
The fairy tale entitled "The Two Brothers" is perhaps the longest and most complex of the entire Brother Grimm's collection and contains many narrative themes proper of novels and medieval legends that in turn, of course, date back to very...
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Deyrolle Fantastic Creatures Board: Regeneration of the Phoenix By Camille Renversade Inspired by Deyrolle school boards, created in partnership with Maison Deyrolle in Paris. They are also the subject of a book of the same name, to the editions plume of carrot (Fantastic creatures Deyrolle-Camille
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Mimi (Australian) - Extremely thin humanoids that can be blown away by the wind. They use boomerangs as weapons and because they are so thin the can fit through most impossible openings, sneaking up on sleeping people in their locked houses and devour them on the spot. They wear many magical tattoos, runes and relics on their body giving them diverse abilities and powers. They live in rocky areas where they can hide from the wind.
[Nymphs of the Zodiac] VirgoHydryades, nymphs of the trees; these quiet nymphs reside within trees and forests where they care for animals. Virgoan nymphs’ skin is camouflaged so that they may blend...
Mourioche- Brittany legend: a nocturnal, shapeshifting trickster spirit. It usually takes the form of a water horse with big, brawny arms. He pranks lonely travelers at night. He changes shape every time they turn around to look at him. His spine would extend to make room for more passengers and then he'd jump in the lake, laughing maniacally. He loves drawn out pranks, but he can be driven away if you do not fear en him.
This is what's written in Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide to the Fantastical World Around You about the Nixies. Guardians of freshwater pools and streams, nixies, (also called naiads and nixes) are bound to the body of water in which they dwell.