Likho, liho (Polish: licho) is an embodiment of evil fate and misfortune in Slavic mythology, a creature with one eye, often depicted as an old, skinny woman in black (One-eyed Likho) or as an evil male goblin of forests. Likho is not a real proper name, but a noun meaning bad luck in modern Russian.
Qalupalik is an Inuit mythological creature. It is a human-like creature that lives in the sea, with long hair, green skin, and long fingernails. The myth is that qalupaliks wear an amautiit (a form of pouch that Inuit parents wear to carry their children) so they can take babies and children away who disobey their parents.
Hopkin (Aberration)(Small) - These alien Gremlins are actually victims and slaves of the Grey which created them from ordinary gremlins as they enjoyed their powers of destruction and mischief. These creatures glow with mysterious glow which is actually poisonous to the touch. (Modern Myth)
Tokoloshe- Zulu myth: a dwarf/Gremlin-like water sprite. It can turn invisible by drinking water. They can be very mischievous by raping women and biting sleepers toes off. They are called upon by bad people to scare children or to even cause death upon a person.
Navagunjara- Hindu myth: an avatar of Vishnu. It has the legs of an elephant, tiger, and deer, along with a human arm that holds a lotus flower. It had the head of a rooster with the neck of a peacock. It's back and hump was of a bull, it's waist of a lion, and it's tail was a serpent.
Genderuwo- Javanese myth: an ape-like creature that has thick fur, long fangs, red eyes, and the size of a titan. They usually dwell at the very deep part of the bamboo forest during night time. They also seem have very high interest toward women.
Chenoo (Elemental/Humanoid/Giant)(Huge) – When the Frost Giant evolves its already cold heart will be frozen so deep that its flesh, bones and blood will be transformed into solid ice. Their hearts will take the form of a man made of ice, and only by crushing this animated heart you can kill a Chenoo. These giants are the loyal followers of the Snow Queen and two stand guard at her throne at all times. Their breath is so cold it can freeze a small army solid. (Native American)