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Fantasy Mythical and Magic - Elves, Gnomes and Pixies

Elves or Elfs are mythical creatures of German mythology and paganism which still survives in European folklore. They were originally a race of minor gods of nature. Elves are often pictured as youthful men and women of great beauty living in forests and other natural places such as underground, or in wells and springs. They have been portrayed to be long-lived or immortal and they have magical powers attributed to them.

A Gnome is a legendary creature known by its very small size with cone shaped hats. Gnomes are said to live underground because the sun's rays turn them into stone. Gnomes are also said to have magical powers that make people feel sad or happy.

Fantasy Mythical and Magic - Elves, Gnomes and Pixies

Forest Elves! Gnome! Pixies!

Forest Elves, Gnome and Pixie

A Pixie is a mythical creatures of English folklore sometimes called the little people. They are usually depicted as winged, with pointed ears, and often wearing a green outfit and pointed hat. Sometimes their eyes are described as being pointed upwards at the temple ends.


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