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A sprite (derived from the Latin word "spiritus") is a type of fae, often described as a tiny humanoid with insect-like wings, unlike nymphs who look like beautiful humans. Size and appearance can vary depending on what they are the sprite of. Often used interchangeably with "fairy" or “pixie”, although pixies are seperate. Appear all throughout the world.

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They originate from European folklore. Such as Great Britain, Ireland, and Scotland since it is one of the celtic mythology before being converted to Christianity. Pixies were considred related to Fairies, Pixies, and even elves because they had human like quailities.