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Topielica - it's slavic demon of a drowned woman

Topielica (~Vodnik) - it's slavic demon of a drowned woman

Garm or Garmr- Norse myth: it was a blood drenched hound that guarded the entrance of Hel.

Garmr (Norse) - Two headed hell hounds that appear to have no skin and which are constantly dripping with poison blood.

Bies - slavic demon from pre-Christian times who lived in forrests, backwoods and inaccessible swamplands. by Hetman80.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Bies - slavic forrest deamon from ancient times. If You like slavic demons I recommend You my book "Bestiariusz słowiański" ('Slavic Bestiary'.

Leshy - Slavic spirits of the forest who are mischievous but usually help wanders find their way

Leshy - Slavic spirits of the forest who are mischievous but usually help wanders find their way

Bauk- Serbian myth: an animal-like creature that hides in dark places, holes, or abandoned houses just waiting to grab and eat a human victim. They can be scared away by light and noise. It is thought that these were based on bears, as they were already regionally extinct in some parts of Serbia and only known through legend.

Bauk- Serbian myth: an animal-like creature that hides in dark places, holes, or…

Polewik in Polish mythology is field spirit ...

Polewik in Polish mythology is field spirit

Animal Shape Shifting | slavic mythology | Journeying to the Goddess

Vila- slavic myth: nymphs who have the power over wind which they delight in causing storms of high winds. They live around hills, mountains, and high mounds. They have a long billowing cloak wrapped around them.

Baba Yaga is the archetypal witch from Slavic and Russian folklore. She’s a much deeper and more intricate character than the witches of western European myth, a figure of both fear and hope.

BABA YAGA - by faxtar on deviantArt; pinner: 'Baba Yaga is the archetypal witch from Slavic and Russian folklore. She’s a much deeper and more intricate character than the witches of western European myth, a figure of both fear and hope.

Andy Paciorek. from the book project in progress 'Black Earth: A Field Guide to the Slavic Otherworld

from the book project in progress 'Black Earth: A Field Guide to the Slavic Otherworld

Artwork history & tech issues: A nearly year-old work, made exclusively for Poster competition. It was my first try with ink+ brush, I think, I'm quite satisfied with it. And despite the fact, ...

For a Halloween-themed character design battle at the Witcher forum: [link] The entity in question is the LICHO ['liho] -an evil demon from the Sla. Slavic Demon I

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