Mythic humanoids


Mythic humanoids

Mythic humanoids are mythic creatures that are human-like or half human.

Contents

Elves, fairies, nymphs, little people, and house spirits

Part human

Monstrous humanoids and goblins

Shapeshifters

See also


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