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Werewolf Sketch

“Werewolves are shape-shifters – humans who have the ability to turn into wolves.  Stories of werewolves tell that some people become a werewolf through sorcery or a curse.  These are also alpha werewolves  Others become werewolves after being bitten by … Continue reading

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Dryad

In Greek mythology, dryads are spirits of trees, most often oak trees.  Dryads are always female.  They watch over their own tree as well as the forest.  Dryads live for a long time; however, they die when the tree is … Continue reading

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Dragon

“Dragons have appeared in myths, legends and folktales from around the world for thousands of years. Some dragons are fierce, while others are gentle and protective.  Most dragons have wings but some don’t need wings to fly.  In Asian mythology, … Continue reading

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Elf

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Sprite

Sprites are mischievous, light-hearted nature spirits. Some spirits cause the leaves to change colors and fall from the trees in autumn, while others make rainbows, reflecting off glistening water. These little creatures also play with nymphs, flying about and teasing … Continue reading

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Flower Fairy

Flower fairies are born inside a budding flower.  It is said that these fairies are the reason that flowers grow and bloom.  As winder ends, the fairies fly to each blossom and help them to open in time for spring.  … Continue reading

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