I just wanted to know bc i read some articles about Chinese lores and tales
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Hello everyone! I’m new, so what’s up?
How would I create an article? I can only figure out how to edit them but I don't know how I would create them. Is there a special way that I will need to do it?
Like, this is the myths and folklore wiki. Listing examples of mythological and folklorish creatures is what this should be doing. Listing examples of these creatures in anime should be fine, but animes shouldn't get their own pages.
This applies to non-anime shows as well, but I'm mainly just seeing anime pages.
Attached to this post is a link to an interesting video analysis for the Northman movie that recently came out. The movie deals with many themes from Norse mythology. For some reason the link isn't causing the video to be shown so simply follow the link.
Just wondering if anyone can tell me if there are any other council of gods in myths and religions and their names, apart from the Olympians and the Ennead
The Outer Banks are a 200 mi (320 km) string of barrier islands and spits off the coast of North Carolina and southeastern Virginia, on the east coast of the United States. The region is also known as The Graveyard of the Atlantic, due to the numerous shipwrecks. The people of this area have developed unique folklore, with tales of pirates, sea monsters, and ghost ships being prevalent in their legends.
The White Doe and the Lost Colony
On August 27, 1587 Governor John White sailed from the newly-founded English colony on Roanoke Island to return across the sea for supplies. He left behind the first settlement in the new English colony of Virginia, consisting of eighty-nine men, seventeen women, and eleven children. One of those children was his own granddaughter, the first English child to be born in the New World — Virginia Dare. None of these colonists were ever seen by English eyes again.
Virginia Dare grew to be a beautiful maiden, whose natural grace and virtue made her an example to all who knew her, colonists and Indians alike. As she became a young woman, she naturally attracted the attentions of suitors. Among these young men were the hunter Okisko, and a jealous sorcerer named Chico. Virginia loved Okisko, much to Chico's anger. Chico tricked Virginia into drinking a potion that turned her into a white deer. Then the hunter Okisko unknowingly killed the deer with an arrow. She transformed back into a human and died in her lover's arms.
Blackbeard and Teach's Light
Blackbeard's reign on the high seas came to an end on November 22, 1718. Virginia Governor Alexander Spotswood sent a ship commanded by John Maynard down to the North Carolina coast to track down and kill Blackbeard. Maynard surprised Blackbeard and a skeleton crew anchored at Ocracoke Inlet. In the ferocious battle that followed, Blackbeard was shot five times and stabbed no less than twenty. The pirate crew was all killed or captured.
Blackbeard's head was chopped off and hung from the bowsprit of Maynard's ship. The pirate's headless body was thrown overboard. Legend has it that the headless body swam around Maynard's ship three times before sinking below the waters.
Hi, I may not be here 24/7, I'm mainly here to get some questions answered.
If a high elf and faun/satyr bred, what would be the result?