Tag: Seelie

Results

  • Fey

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] While fey creatures exist in Rassilon, many inhabit a shadowy realm invisible to both the mortal eye and detect spells. Entrance into the fey realm is possible only through misfortune, fey malevolence or mischief, or …

  • Fey, Clurichaun

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] Clurichauns (clur-ee-corns) are small fey with a love of strong drink. When encountered, they are almost always drunk, and typically spend their time riding small animals, abusing passersby, …

  • Fey, Fey Knight

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] Fey knights resemble thin humans, but glow with a pale light. Clad in white or black armor, depending on their nature, and riding similarly colored fey horses, they are fearsome combatants. When …

  • Fey, Glimmerwing

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] Most fey can be benevolent or malicious, changing between the two on a whim. Glimmerwings are no exception. They spend much of their time engaged in bizarre dances around ancient stone circles ( …

  • Fey, Leshij

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] Leshiji (less-idg-ee), like [[Fey, Skogsra|Skogsra]] and [[Fey, Wood Wight|Wood Wights]], are wood spirits. They inhabit all the forests of Rassilon, typically tending an area of 100 square miles. …

  • Fey, Nykr

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] Nykr (knee-ka) are freshwater spirits, in the way [[Fey, Skogsra |Skogsra]] are tree spirits. They appear as comely maidens with wet hair and watery blue or green eyes. They are naturally wary of …

  • Fey, Skogsra

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] Skogsra (skohg-sra) are nature spirits, specifically those of woodlands. Shy by nature, they prefer to watch intruders, only making their presence felt if the need arises. They appear as comely …

  • Fey, Wood Wight

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] Although commonly used to describe a form of undead, the word “wight” is an old [[Saxa]] term for “man.” Thus, wood wights are literally “wood men,” which sums them up nicely. Saxa often use the …

  • Fey, Bergsra

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] As [[Fey, Skogsra | Skogsra]]are to forests and [[Fey, Nykr | Nykr]]are to water, so bergsra are fey connected to mountains and hills. These female fey live in caves or empty barrows, and dislike …

  • Fey, Brownie

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] Brownies are diminutive fey who inhabit houses. In return for small gifts, they keep the house clean and drive away vermin. They are notoriously proud, and calling the gifts payment causes them to …

  • Fey, Bugul Noz

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]] | [[Fey | Back to Fey]] A bugul noz is a hideously ugly yet benevolent forest spirit. Such is their ghastly appearance that even woodland beasts flee as soon as one is spied. Whereas many forest-dwelling fey are stealthy …

  • Fey, Glaistig

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Glaistigs take the form of human women, but always wear green robes. Although fey, they are followers of [[Eostre]], and protect cattle, milkmaids, and herders. Most often they adopt a single …

  • Fey, Jester

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Fey jesters (also known as fools and buffoons) are misshapen, hunched, dwarflike figures often dressed in garments of garish colors and bedecked in tinkling bells. Mothers warn unruly children that …

  • Fey, Kajsa

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Kajsa are female fey connected to the winds. As such, they honor [[Thunor]] predominantly, though a small few favor [[Thrym]] as god of the north wind. Having a kajsa attend a ceremony to the god of …

  • Fey, Pech

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Pechs are small, subterranean fey possessed of immense strength. They are followers of [[Ertha]], and have been known to aid followers of the earth goddess who run into difficulties underground. …

  • Fey, Quizling

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Quizlings are small fey, similar in height to a human child but with green hair and wide eyes. They are cursed with an insatiable curiosity and just have to know everything about anything. Quizlings …

  • Fey, Spite Swarm

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Spites are tiny blobs of energy that gather in swarms known as spite clouds. Spites are so small that even swarms are practically invisible to human eyes. Fey can see them clearly, and detect arcana …

  • Fey, Spriggan

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Spriggans are human-sized fey who resemble gnarled old men in their natural form. When angered, they begin to grow, reaching monstrous proportions within a few minutes. Not the smartest of fey, they …

  • Fey, Swiftling Swarm

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Swiftlings are minute fey. Extremely gregarious, they hang around in great swarms, operating as a collective entity with a single purpose. Members of the Seelie court serve as messengers, carrying …

  • Fey, Wood Warrior

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Wood warriors are sentient beings of living wood. All serve one of the forest kings or queens [[Fey, Noble| see Fey Noble]] as his personal guard and as guardians of the forest. Thin, but of similar …

  • Fey, Wudewasa

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Wudewasa translates from Auld Saxa into Anari as “woodwose” and into Trader as “wild man.” Wild men are not true fey, but rather humans who were kidnapped by the fey long ago. Centuries of …

  • Fey, Fey Noble

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Every single forest and mountainous region in Rassilon is inhabited by one of more fey nobles. It is widely believed they are the children of [[Eostre]] Plantmother, sent to watch over the forests of …

  • Fey, Alp-Luachra

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Found in both courts, alp-luachras are gluttonous by nature. They make their homes with mortals, whose food they steal to try and sate their endless appetites. Seelie varieties enjoy tormenting …

  • Fey, Gandharvas

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Also known as “fey skalds,” gandharvasar (plural form) are skilled musicians and proponents of song magic. Although they have the height and build of human children, their faces are wrinkled and …

  • Fey, Polevik

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Poleviks are short, ugly, well-muscled fey. Their eyes are different colors, they have grass instead of hair, and they dress in either entirely white or totally black clothes, depending on which …

  • Fey, Vodnik

    [[Bestiary | Back to Bestiary]]|[[Fey | Back to Fey]] Vodnici (vodnik is the singular) are another species of aquatic fey, though they live only in fresh water. They appear much like men, though they have gills, webbedhands, and green skin and hair. …

All Tags