Welsh folklore - Y Mabinogi - Blodeuwedd - Welsh mythical woman made of oak, broom flowers and meadowsweet and created to marry Lleu Llaw Gyffes. Blodeuwedd plots to kill Lleu so she can be free of him and be with whom she chooses but is eventually caught. Her punishment is to live life as an owl, hated and harrassed by all the other birds.
Leprechaun-many stories from Ireland surround tales of fairies, pixies and the 'little people' as they are known. These stories and myths have been told for thousands of years and derive their origins from Celtic times and beyond. The leprechaun is an iconic symbol of Irish mythology and evokes a sense of mischief.
Brigid, daughter of The Dagda and one of the Great Mother Goddesses of Ireland. Brigit is frequently referenced as having three sister selves with three distinct roles, Lady of Healing Waters, Goddess of the Sacred Flame and Goddess of the Fertile Earth.
Shiaiya: Minor character. the beauty that started it all. Her father had arranged her marriage to Blade, the son of King Lenor before she was born. In the years leading up to their nuptials, she fell in love with Stone, Blade's twin brother. Blade kills Stone in a Jealous rage, Shiaiya kills herself out of misery. Blade pleads with the gods to give his life for hers, She wakes and finds her husband and her lover dead while she is made a near immortal warrior re-incarnated every 1000 years.