Fairy Furniture For Day-To-Day Fantasy Play

Fairy folklore is full of chance meetings in a spring time meadow or twilight glen, or run-ins while traveling, but what about the day to day life of the fae? How ...
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Bad Fairy Case File #304: The Xana

OFFENSES: Enchantment, theft, kidnapping DESCRIPTION: Small, beautiful, long blonde hair,  ALIAS: Inxana, Anjana PROVENANCE: Asturian Mythology  The Xana is a beautiful fairy said to dwell wherever pure bodies of water flow, ...
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Bad Fairy Case File #337: The Nixie

OFFENSES: Enchantment, Drowning, Kidnapping DESCRIPTION: Water Sprite, Half-Human Half-Fish in appearance ALIAS: Nix, Niwiht, Nihtes, Nyx, Nikwus, Nikwis, Nikke, Neck PROVENANCE: Irish and German folklore A shape-shifting water fairy from early ...
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Bad Fairy Case File #327: Alp-luachra

OFFENSES: Shape-shifting, theft, leeching DESCRIPTION: Green, tiny, sometimes invisible ALIASES: Alpluachra, Joint-Eater PROVENANCE: Irish folklore The Alp-luachra is an evil, parasitic creature found in Irish folklore. According to legend, the Alp-luachra will ...
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Bad Fairy Case File #352: Kludde

OFFENSES: Manslaughter, Mischief  DESCRIPTION:  Giant, Black, Winged, Hairy, Ugly ALIAS:  Kleure PROVENANCE: Belgian Folklore The Kludde is a nocturnal creature popular in folklore in the middle ages. Though most commonly depicted as ...
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Woven Cloak of Elvin Kind

You certainly don’t have to stop enjoying the enchantment of dress-up and make-believe just because Halloween is over. There is a wonderful world of myth a child might find cloaked for ...
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For the Love of Gnome

Gnomes are often depicted as jovial little men wearing red hats and a wide belt. The iconic red gnome cap is a folklore detail that originates from ancient Mediterranean fisherman tradition. ...
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Bad Fairy Case File #351: The Boggart

A small, pesky household fairy originally found in English folklore, the Boggart was likely invented to explain unexplainable misfortune within the home. ...
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Fairy Footwear, From Brownie-Sized to My Size

Folklore names the common Brownie (also known as the House Fairy, the Hob, or to Lowland Scots, the Urisk) to be a helpful fairy, hurrying about while the household sleeps performing ...
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