Wefuke

Wefuke comes from the indigenous Mapuche people of south-central Chile and southwestern Argentina.  These beings can have solid, material bodies, evanescent ghost-like bodies or are extracorporeal spirit-like entities. Their energy is characterized by its propensity to disturb and / or destroy the balance of the world’s natural order.   Unlike Read more…

Harpies

In Dante’s Inferno, harpies inhabited the tortured wood where suicides have their eternal punishment in the seventh ring of Hell.  Fitting, harpies were indeed created for that purpose.  They are the agents of punishment, abducting and torturing those condemned by the gods.  In legend, King Phineas used his gift of Read more…

Wolfkin

Urban legend often portrays these as lycans or werewolves, but Wolfkin are something else.  Their origins are unknown.  Almost every culture speaks of creatures with kinships with animals, wolves in particular, and they are often portrayed as violent and dangerous.   In truth, not all wolfkin are mindless monsters.  Indeed, Read more…

Cherufe

The cherufe is a snake-like creature which dwells alongside magma pools deep within volcanic caverns.  Ancient civilizations satiated the cherufes’ appetite with sacrificial victims, practices long abandoned except in the darkest corners of the world.  Twenty years ago, when the Ascendancy first came into executive power, and volcanoes long dormant Read more…

Oni

Originally ferocious foot-soldiers, Oni are hideous, ogre-like creatures with sharp claws, wild hair, and long horns curling away from their skulls.  They are humanoid in appearance but may have additional unnatural features such as scales, hide, or fur of deepest black color.   In legend they are depicted as wearing Read more…

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