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The Green Man, The Antlered God [Notes for me.] Horned God's Daughter by *michalivan

Men in fantasy art

The Satyr or female Satyresses has goat-like features, including a goat-tail, goat-like ears. Sometimes mistaken for fauns which are half human half goat Satyrs are not human. --My note: I might have to rethink some of the mythology in my book

Cernunnos, Wild God of the Forest Amazing piece for thigh, imagine, looking down at this all day long...

witch costume idea - Cernunnos, Wild God of the Forest Amazing piece for thigh, imagine, looking down at this all day long.

A Phooka is a dangerous and often violent shapeshifting trickster from Celtic myth, known for their ability to change into great, fearsome black animals to scare humans. Some Phookas take a liking to humans and just play harmless pranks, other Phookas are blood-thirsty vampire-like creatures which lure humans to their doom.

What is Paganism and what is a Pagan?

"A phooka (a Celtic trickster) from the book *Faeries* by Brian Froud, Alan Lee et al." Whether or not this is in real Celtic mythology or just something someone came up with, this is freaking cool!

A Dryad is a female tree nymph/spirit from Greek Mythology. They are symbolic of nature and nurturers of the forest.


With her friends burning at the stake, a witch summons a werewolf to save them, but at an incredible price: the creature she summons is the creature she'll become. <<< Pinning because of this comment, which has so much potential storywise.

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Not sure about the mage, but i love the bird/butterfly electric magic thing.

Ugly ass merrow or mermanthing

I’ve Got The Black Lung Pop…

Ogres (feminine singular: ogress, plural: ogresses) are beings that are usually depicted as large, hideous, humanoid monsters. They are frequently featured in mythology, folklore, and fiction throughout the world. Ogres appear in many classic works of literature, and are most often described in fairy tales and folklore as eating babies.

GIants were well known for eating children long ago. Coyote encountered one of these said giants one day and decided to teach him a lesson. He got the giant to build him a sweat-lodge and said it would make him as quick and agile as Coyote himself.