Types of Faeries
Small and bird-like creatures. They look innocent but are quite mischievous. They assist with the power of wind, an element best for purification and guiding.
A fae that cries alongside the pain of her clan and heralds the death of a clansman. Their screams are akin to the sound of wind gusting through the cracks at night. They feel at a loss when their clan dies out, and there is no longer anyone that carries the same burdens and sorrows.
A pure black dog that resides in a church and chases away grave robbers. It is possible that a normal dog can be reborn as a black grim. Usually, they are only dogs, but Ruth, who thought he was human, can transform into a human. In most regional folklore, the "black dog" is an omen of death and malice.
Faerie that is placed in the crib of a human child who is taken by fairies. Changelings that live are raised by humans but notice they are different as they age much slower in adulthood. Shannon is a changeling, who married the child she replaced when she returned to the Anthill.
Humanoid, with long pointed ears. Flowers bloom where they dance.
Fae that looks similar to Ariels, but cloaked in flames, and with paws for feet.