Brownie: humanoid in appearance, they are small in stature, and rarely seen during the day, since they prefer to work at night. Brownies can cloak their appearances, keeping them hidden from sight. However, if they are seen, they are always well groomed. They have a positive disposition and will complete chores for humans in exchange for gifts in the form of food.
Cat sidhe: creatures the size of a large dog. Normally, they look like black cats with a white spot on their chests. Cat sidhe can transform into human-like beings. They also specialize in stealing the souls of the dead.
Fairy: human-like in appearance, fairies are part of the fae. Their magical strength and focus is determined by the color of their wings.
Fae: the umbrella term referring to various supernatural creatures from European folklore.
Gnomes: youthful in appearance, their skin rarely wrinkles, and they are often confused with human children, being relatively small in stature. Their noses are larger than the average human's, which gives them a heightened sense of smell. They also have thin hair that they keep hidden under a hat. Gnomes are associated with the earth and can move through it as easily as a fish can swim through water.
Hobgoblins: humanoid in appearance, they are small to medium-sized in stature. Hobgoblins usually are very hairy, but if it suits them, they can shapeshift into other forms. Since they are a type of seelie fae, they have a positive disposition; but at the same time, they love practical jokes. Being benevolent toward humans, they gladly assist them by doing various chores in exchange for food. However, if offered clothing, they become highly insulted.
Goblins: vaguely humanoid in appearance, they are small to medium-sized in stature. Generally, their bodies are disproportionate, and no two goblins have the same exact physical features. They are recognizable by their gnarly hygiene and sour disposition. Goblins accumulate as much wealth as possible by any means.
Huldra: humanoid in appearance, the females often have the tails of either a fox or a cow. Others appear to have bark-covered backs. Either way, they are generally extremely beautiful. They are kind to those who respect them by granting them good fortune, and deadly to those who don't.
Jackalope: Jackrabbit and deer hybrid. They are about the size of a beagle.
Leprechauns: humanoid in appearance, they are small to medium-sized in stature. Often confused with human children, the males normally grow full beards and mustaches in order to appear older. They have light magic capabilities and are generally known as keepers of great wealth. Leprechauns can also manipulate an individual’s luck.
Leshii: A male woodland spirit that is humanoid in appearance. They are capable of changing size, and if seen, they look like tall men with grass growing on their bodies instead of hair. Some leshii breed with satyrs. Their offspring tend to have tails, hooves, and horns. They bleed blue blood if they become injured. Leshii are said to protect the forest and its inhabitants, however, they are very mischievous. They have the ability to imitate voices and will use that skill to lure people back to their caves. Leshii also give travelers bad directions, rearrange traffic signs from their posts, and kidnap young women.
Mermaid: a hybrid of a human and a fish. Mermaids' abilities vary, depending upon the color of their fins. However, many have similar characteristics, such as razor-sharp teeth and nails. Their gills are located beneath their scapula. Like whales, they use sonar to move through the ocean, and have different types of chirping sounds in which to communicate with each other. A mermaid’s skin is generally a similar color to her fins, and from her stomach to her brow may, it be a lighter shade of that color. Generally, they are hatched from eggs, with the exception of the Green, Grey, Blue, and Pink Finned Mermaids. They are capable of caring multiple embryos if their young are conceived while they are in their human forms. Only Green, Grey, and Pink mermaids have developed vocal cords that are capable of producing human speech.
Näcken: A male water spirit. Their powers lie in their hypnotic music. They use their music to lead young women into rivers. Depending on the Näcken, they lure women because they want them for romantic companionship; or to drown them if they remind him of a woman who scorned him previously.
Rusalka: A water spirit. Many are women who died prematurely and were given the chance to live the rest of their time in the moral dimensions as a spirit. Others are pregnant women who committed suicide by drowning, and their souls cannot move properly into the afterlife. The innocent children they carry prevent them from descending into eternal punishment. Their souls travel perpendicular to Erda and they must live out the rest of their time in the mortal dimensions as a ghost. Rusalka often try to drown male travelers who remind them of the men that harmed them in their previous lives. They are said to lure the men into the water by enchanting them with their singing and dancing.
Seelie fae: members of the various fae courts who have a light disposition. They are considerate enough to communicate to those who might offend them, but will also avenge some slights, if necessary. Many like to pull pranks, but are often unaware of how their actions affect others.
Sprite: humanoid in appearance, it is capable of shifting from extremely small to quite large. It generally has one elemental talent. Extremely creative, sprites often become artists and poets. They normally have short attention spans. If they emotionally bond with humans or elves, they will remain loyal to them for the rest of their lives.
Swan Maiden: Humanoid/swan shape shifter. Primarily dominated by females, swan maidens tend to cluster together in large groups for protection. Their shape shifting ability comes from wearing a cloak, skirt, or some other type of garment made out of feathers. If their garment is stolen, they cannot shift back to the form of a swan. Many swan maidens who have had their feathered garments stolen are forced into a loveless relationship with the thieves. Eventually, they convince their children to steal back their garments, only to abandon them upon shifting back into their swan forms.
Unicorn: a hybrid with the facial features and body of a horse, and cloven hooves like a goat. A long, spiraling horn grows out from its forehead. It is both mortal and infertile. Unicorns were nearly eradicated by warlocks that harvested them during the Warlock Wars.
Unseelie fae: members of the various fae courts which have dark dispositions. Their pranks are more violent and they will attack others without provocation. Most unseelie fae are nocturnal. They consider humans on the same level as animals and will go so far as treating their favorites like a pet.
Ved: vaguely humanoid in appearance, their bodies are covered with an abnormal amount of hair. Tall in stature, with voices that are as loud as they are deep, some ved have been confused with Yeti and Bigfoot.
Will-o’-the-wisps: humanoid in appearance, they are extremely small creatures of light. They are playful by nature and gather in open spaces such as marshes and swamps. Unconsciously hypnotic, it is believed they can attract non-magical beings that often follow them into dangerous places.