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.
Nekomata (Japanese) (Upgrade = Amonajaku) - Strange shapeshifters that take the forms of cute little kittens to lure prey into a false sense of safety so they can be transported by their prey into towns unnoticed. Their true form is that of a huge cat/baboon/lizard like horror. They are also close related with Djinns, they can forfill desires, but at the cost of your soul.
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Eloko or Biloko- Mongolian myth: dwarf like creatures that are extremely ferocious and vicious. They had mouths that could open so wide to swallow whole humans. They had no hair, only leaves grew from their skin. They also had huge claws. They were forest guardians, guarding treasure and the wildlife.
~Urdwolf~ (Unknown) Natives of the deep, fey infested woods, urdwolves are manifestations of thought, specifically those of violence or anger. When groups of people enter the woods, they find themselves arguing, with discontent abound. These attract urdwolves, who harry and terrorize the prey until driving the group to betraying each other or breaking their hearts. This has led scholars to believe urdwolves are intelligent due to their cruelty.
Inuit language- I once knew it, should brush up on the symbols /pin/141019032052203482/
Akhlut- Inuit myth: an orca/wolf. It could shape shift between forms, even becoming a monstrous hybrid of both predators. There is not much information about them, other than you know there is one near if you see wolf tracks in the snow lead into water.
Vila – Many people went berserk over the Vila I used in my proposals as it wouldn’t be a 100% with the real myth because the Vila from real myth doesn’t have one form… Well then I find another Storm Nymph, or better yet I just cut the whole Storm Nymph from my game.
Osschaart is a figure from Flemish folklore who jumps on the backs of passers-by, mostly drunkards, hindering their movement. He can take the shape of any animal he wishes, although his original form is said to be of a bull with a man's head and chains in his hands. His presence could be detected by the sound of rattling chains.