Utlunta/Spearfinger (Inuit) - Frost Hags that work for the Ice Queen. Their terrible fingers are powerful like spears and can penetrate most matter with ease. While they serve under the Ice Queens reign together with Yuki-Onna, they hate their pretty "allies" with passion. Their middle fingers are even longer than the other fingers, much like the Aye Aye.
Cuegle- cantabrian folklore: a tar black humanoid with three arms but with no hands. It had one horn and three eyes, each of a different color; red, green, and blue. It was about 4ft tall but immensely strong. It stole babies from their cradles. They could be warded off by placing holly leaves on the baby cradle.
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Kyut (Burmese) - Armadillo-folk with a nasty temper. They mostly work for Yeitso.
Zmeu- Romanian folklore: an anthropomorphic dragon that kidnaps women for the purpose of marrying them. He can spit fire and he has a magical stone on his head that can shine like the sun.
Ugjuknarpak- Inuit myth: a gigantic predatory aquatic rodent that has tough skin that is difficult to penetrate. It has a long, prehensile tail to grab people with. It lives under the ice and overturns boats and kayaks.
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A strzyga is a demon a bit similar to vampire in Slavic (and especially Polish) folklore. People who were born with two hearts and two souls and two sets of teeth (the second one barely visible) were believed to be strzygas.. These undead strzyga were believed to fly at night in a form of an owl and attack night-time travelers and people who had wandered off into the woods at night, sucking out their blood and eating their insides. .
Small mischievous boy fairy folk who are generally seven inches in height and flightless. Brownie spirits are most often derived from acorns, pinecones, river stones, mosses, clover, or mushrooms. They like to live with people and are usually helpful, but can wreak havoc if not properly rewarded with pastries and milk.
Also known as: Dullohan, Dallahan. Many of the phantoms that wander through the Celtic Isles may seem to do so blindly, as they appear devoid of heads. Some of these have been identified apparently as figures of some social standing, such as the unfortunate Queen Anne Boleyn, yet others have a more lowly etiquette. Such an example is the Headless Ghost of Longridge, Lancashire (who may actually have been a Shape-Shifting Bogey rather than a true Phantom).