Brynhildr (also spelled Brunhild, Brünnhilde, Brynhild) is a shieldmaiden and a valkyrie in Germanic mythology, where she appears as a main character in the Völsunga saga and some Eddic poems treating the same events.

Brynhildr (also spelled Brunhild, Brünnhilde, Brynhild) is a shieldmaiden and a valkyrie in Germanic mythology, where she appears as a main character in the Völsunga saga and some Eddic poems treating the same events.

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A Kobold in German folklore is a mischievous household spirit (geist) who usually helps with chores and gives other valuable services but who often hides household and farm tools or kicks over stooping persons.

A Kobold in German folklore is a mischievous household spirit (geist) who usually helps with chores and gives other valuable services but who often hides household and farm tools or kicks over stooping persons.

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The Nyx/Nixie (German: Nix/Nixie/Nyx, Norwegian: Nøkk or plural: Nøkken) are shapeshifting water spirits who usually appear in human form. These spirits have appeared in the myths and legends of all Germanic peoples in Europe.,[1] Although perhaps most known in norwegian and scandinavian folklore

The Nyx/Nixie (German: Nix/Nixie/Nyx, Norwegian: Nøkk or plural: Nøkken) are shapeshifting water spirits who usually appear in human form. These spirits have appeared in the myths and legends of all Germanic peoples in Europe.,[1] Although perhaps most known in norwegian and scandinavian folklore

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In German folklore, the Weisse Frauen (meaning White Women) are elven-like spirits that may have derived from Germanic paganism in the form of legends of light elves. They are described as beautiful and enchanted creatures who appear at noon and can be seen sitting in the sunshine brushing their hair or bathing in a brook. They may be guarding treasure or haunting castles. They entreat mortals to break their spell, but this is always unsuccessful.

In German folklore, the Weisse Frauen (meaning White Women) are elven-like spirits that may have derived from Germanic paganism in the form of legends of light elves. They are described as beautiful and enchanted creatures who appear at noon and can be seen sitting in the sunshine brushing their hair or bathing in a brook. They may be guarding treasure or haunting castles. They entreat mortals to break their spell, but this is always unsuccessful.

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Nachzehrer- German myth: a vampire that does not just consume blood but that also eats corpses. It is created after a suicide and accidental death. It devours its family members upon waking. It has a tendency to eat its own body. It is destroyed by placing a coin in it's mouth before decapitating it.

Nachzehrer- German myth: a vampire that does not just consume blood but that also eats corpses. It is created after a suicide and accidental death. It devours its family members upon waking. It has a tendency to eat its own body. It is destroyed by placing a coin in it's mouth before decapitating it.

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Imps are fantastic creatures of German mythologies, like demons or fairies. In German mythology, the term “demon” does not always mean an evil creature, but on the contrary, a gentle and harmless creature who are servants of the gods.

Imps are fantastic creatures of German mythologies, like demons or fairies. In German mythology, the term “demon” does not always mean an evil creature, but on the contrary, a gentle and harmless creature who are servants of the gods.

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Elf is a creature born of German mythology. Elf typically human form of very small and usually has a duty as the god of fertility, usually in his description Elf is a young man or young woman who is very beautiful in the forest and underground. They described the privilege of eternal life and the power of magic.

Elf is a creature born of German mythology. Elf typically human form of very small and usually has a duty as the god of fertility, usually in his description Elf is a young man or young woman who is very beautiful in the forest and underground. They described the privilege of eternal life and the power of magic.

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Brunhilde/Brynhildr was a strong and beautiful shieldmaiden and valkyrie in Norse mythology, who was cruelly betrayed by her lover.

Brunhilde/Brynhildr was a strong and beautiful shieldmaiden and valkyrie in Norse mythology, who was cruelly betrayed by her lover.

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Ondine was a water nymph. She fell in love with a mortal, married him, and had his child. When she started losing her beauty he cheated on her. Ondine cursed him, stating, “You swore faithfulness to me with every waking breath, and I accepted your oath. So be it. As long as you are awake, you shall have your breath, but should you ever fall asleep, then that breath will be taken from you and not given back, such as what was taken from me.”

Ondine was a water nymph. She fell in love with a mortal, married him, and had his child. When she started losing her beauty he cheated on her. Ondine cursed him, stating, “You swore faithfulness to me with every waking breath, and I accepted your oath. So be it. As long as you are awake, you shall have your breath, but should you ever fall asleep, then that breath will be taken from you and not given back, such as what was taken from me.”

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