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PostSubject: Non North America - Folk-lore based monsters    Sat Aug 13, 2011 5:32 pm

Little information has been shared with I.B.P.H. by our European and Asian counterparts.
Updating of this data is a priority by all teams operational in the European and Asian theaters.


British Isles
1. Sidhe both Ban and Seelie
 Disembodied Fae of unearthly powers; some very evil by nature but all dangerous and un-trust worthy.

2. Werewolves/Lycanthropes
 See North American listings; many very old Lycans are known to exist.

3. Elves/Fae/Sprites/Nixies/Pixies
 Fae of legends and various natures to numerous to list here.

4. Leprechauns
 Wealthy Faes that have a taste for human alcohol and a love of the comforts of the homes hearth.

5. Orcs
 See North American listing; the largest tribes are known to have large tracks of land as their territory.

6. Worgs
 See North American listings; A few packs of wild Worgs are known to exist.

7. Goblinoids
 See North American listings; many of these individuals are known to hold positions with in the governments of various countries.

8. Huddle Folk
 See North American listings; these clans are often larger in number and often have their own forms of ritual magic.

9. Hags/Witches
 See North American listings

10. Lake Monsters
 See North American listings

11. Trolls
 See North American listings Found in under bridges and in caves.

12. Dragons
 Massive lizards-like of various color and natures to numerous to list out here.

13. Vulgar Mage and Thaumaturgists
 See North American listings

Baltic States
1. Vulgar Mage and Thaumaturgists
 See North American listings

2. Werewolves/Lycanthropes
 See North American listings; many very old Lycans are known to exist.

3. Orcs
 See North American listing; the largest tribes are known to have large tracks of land as their territory.

4. Ogres
 See North American listings on Goblinoid; Large and slightly stupid they are known for their strength and furious nature.

5. Worgs
 See North American listings; A few packs of wild Worgs are known to exist.

6. Goblinoids
 See North American listings

7. Body Shapers
 Shape shifters that change their appearance at will; often known as Doppelganger.

8. Witches – Baba Yaga home turf.
 See North American listings on hags

9. Brownies
 See North American listings on Goblinoids.

Asia and south pacific – Little information has been gathered about Asian creatures as much is blocked off from western studies for many years. There is currently no quick reference guide for these areas.
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