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This page includes all of the Fey Folk collection created in 2018. There are 12 characters in total, one for each month.
Currently you can view and purchase 2019’s Fey Folk at Stranger Factory at http://www.circusposterus.com/product-tag/weston-brownlee/
While not a true member of the "Fae" folk, Gremlins are much more than an 80's pop culture sensation. Well-known folklore around the 1920's among the RAF, Gremlins are troublemakers to a fault -at the times blamed for sabotaging British aircraft and munitions. Now, they're a convenient scapegoat for any kind of malfunctioning electronics or machine.
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Household chores you’re dreading? Don’t mistake his sly expression for untrustworthy. Hobgoblins, when properly motivated they’re not dangerous at all -well not really. Placate this guy with some mutton and a good stout and he’ll happily fold your laundry while you sleep, iron the clothes, and tidy up the kids’ rooms. Just don’t forget a meal and don’t take the practical jokes personally.
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Do you find yourself needing help on the farm? If the name of the game is dairy, then a Grugach might be just the help you’ve sought. A bowl of milk or saucer of cream seems to be all the more required in the line of wages, but beware. Some have said Grugachs aren’t as trustworthy as some of their kin and might even be downright sinister if crossed. Milkmaids occasionally report these lads as enthusiastic flirts.
Shrouded in mystery, but known to be a frightening goblin of particularly ill repute, Pokey Hokey may be in the inspiration behind a famous colloquial phrase, and perhaps even a famous children’s song. You put your left hand in? What exactly? This guy’s mouth? Small but fierce, Pokey Hokey is a great addition to any Fey Folk collection.
Don't be fooled by their small size and uncanny charm. Recap Goblins are vicious and dangerous. Often making their lairs at the sites of dark deeds, particularly the ruined castles on the borderlands between Scotland and England. It is said their red caps gain their color from the blood of their victims. Exercise extreme caution if sighted. Better yet, avoid at all costs...
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The woods of the old world can be a frightening and dangerous place -for good reason. Particularly fond of carrying off disobedient children who wander too deep, and too far away from the beaten path, the bugbear is ferocious and ravenous. Ever watchful from behind trees with sharp teeth and claws to boot, what it wants is of little question. That said, one can’t help but develop an uncanny attachment.
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Don’t be fooled by its big eyes and cheerful expression. The Grundylow is an infamous Yorkshire nursery bogie. Favoring the murk and mire of muddy pools and this aquatic fiend has long arms that reach up and snatch any soul who dares venture too close. Children in particular should beware.
Conjurers just love Imps… most of the time. While they may not be true fairies, they’re just as fun and just as unpredictable dangerous. One minute they’re carrying your heavy load of alchemical tomes. The next their dumping loads of rocks onto you from a second story balcony.
Delve very deep into old world mines of Germany, and you'll no doubt stumble across one variety of Kobold, or at least traces. Experts in metallurgy and mining to rival dwarves, but make no mistake: Kobolds are not inclined to hospitality. At friendliest they're known to prank would be fortune seekers with worthless ores, and at worst poisonous ones.
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That bump in the night? That thing beneath your bed and in your closet? At long last you can look upon that shapeless nameless fiend that’s been the source of many’a nightmare since time immemorial. Don’t suck your thumb, don’t disobey your parents, and don’t misbehave. Better yet, just buy this guy and experience all the joy a bogey can bring without any of the actual risks.
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A goblin inhabiting mines, Driving a hard bargain, you’d better pay a Bluecap a working man’s wages. When shown due respect, they have been known to point out some of the highest yield strikes known and warn against cave-ins. If slighted or shorted on their pay? None have lived to tell tale.
Twice the trouble means twice the fun, and twice your chances at some supernatural help creating the Elixir of Life. Nevermind compounding the unpredictability and volatility. A second Imp is just what wizard ordered.