Eriella Xrisou

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Poroniec- Slavic folklore: malicious, demonic spirits of improperly buried stillborn fetuses. They were especially powerful due to their unrealized life.

Poroniec- Slavic folklore: malicious, demonic spirits of improperly buried stillborn fetuses. They were especially powerful due to their unrealized life.

Nalusa Falaya is a creature from the mythology of the Choctaw people. Its name translates as “long black being,” and it is said to resemble a human with small eyes and pointed ears. It is one of the shadow beings in Chioctaw beliefs.  Nalusa Falaya is viewed as frightening and even harmful. Some say they lurk in swamps, calling out to lure travelers in. When they come close, they will jump out, shocking their victims into unconsciousness and eating them.

The Nalusa Falaya is a long, black shadow being of Choctaw mythology. It has gray or brown hair, small eyes, and long pointed ears. It is found in creek bottoms around the Mississippi and connected rivers. It is said to be able to throw sticks and stones.

Mimi- Australian folklore: tall and thin fairy-like spirits that taught humans how to use fire, how to cook kangaroos, and how to paint. They live in rock crevices to hide from the wind. They must be approached a certain way to not offend them.

Mimi- Australian folklore: tall and thin fairy-like spirits that taught humans how to use fire, how to cook kangaroos, and how to paint. They live in rock crevices to hide from the wind. They must be approached a certain way to not offend them.

Iruntarinia - Violent but constructive Australian Aboriginal spirits, these brutal beings are invoked in a traditional ceremony to turn a regular human into a magic-using medicine man. This ceremony involves the spirits pelting the victim with invisible projectiles until they are dead, and then they tear out the organs of the human and replace them with new, magical ones. After this, the human will be reborn with a small incision in their tongue, and must wait a year before practicing magic.

Iruntarinia - Violent but constructive Australian Aboriginal spirits, these brutal beings are invoked in a traditional ceremony to turn a regular human into a magic-using medicine man. This ceremony involves the spirits pelting the victim with invisible projectiles until they are dead, and then they tear out the organs of the human and replace them with new, magical ones. After this, the human will be reborn with a small incision in their tongue, and must wait a year before practicing magic.

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Bebok- Slavic myth: a little furry creature with venomous fangs and skinny legs in which to climb on their prey to bite their neck.

BEBOK - Slavic myth: a little furry creature with venomous fangs and skinny legs in which to climb on their prey to bite their neck.

Bergsrå - Related to trolls, these Swedish mountain-dwelling faeries live in tightly-structured cities and societies, usually surrounded by trolls and goblins as either hunting companions or guards. They can be both male and female, and are known to kidnap humans and take them into their mountain dwellings, where they will experience sensations of lost time.

Bergsrå - Related to trolls, these Swedish mountain-dwelling faeries live in tightly-structured cities and societies, usually surrounded by trolls and goblins as either hunting companions or guards. They can be both male and female, and are known to kidnap humans and take them into their mountain dwellings, where they will experience sensations of lost time.

Bull Beggar - Referred to in British folklore, these ghastly apparitions are thought to either be demons or ghosts, and take sickening pleasure in pulling their heads from their shoulders to scare passersby. They can often be found lurking around ancient burial sites and abandoned castles, and will sometimes lie on the ground as if they are injured, and then leap up and scream at would-be good samaritans.

Bull Beggar - Referred to in British folklore, these ghastly apparitions are thought to either be demons or ghosts, and take sickening pleasure in pulling their heads from their shoulders to scare passersby. They can often be found lurking around ancient burial sites and abandoned castles, and will sometimes lie on the ground as if they are injured, and then leap up and scream at would-be good samaritans.

Kulpunya - Originally created by the shamans of an Australian Aboriginal tribe as a revenge project against another tribe that had disrespected them, these dingo-like constructs are created from plant roots, twigs and the teeth of a predator. They are then filled with dark magic and hatred using enchanted songs, and sent to attack those that their makers have vendettas against. These people are often violently killed and torn apart.

Kulpunya - Originally created by the shamans of an Australian Aboriginal tribe as a revenge project against another tribe that had disrespected them, these dingo-like constructs are created from plant roots, twigs and the teeth of a predator. They are then filled with dark magic and hatred using enchanted songs, and sent to attack those that their makers have vendettas against. These people are often violently killed and torn apart.