Picture: Richard Doyle. Fairy Rings and Toadstools.
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To give the idea and more detailed description of the particular representatives of Fair Folk we offer our own division of folk creatures according to their habitats to simplify the narration.
Click on the links to enter the worlds of the elfish groups. You can also use the website left menu from the main Fair Folk page.
We pay attention that our division is not pretending to be perfect, as any other division of Fair Folk. The difficulties of their classification are explained by the great variety of the faery creatures, many local differences of their names, habitat, looks. You will often meet creatures referred to several groups. There are still creatures missing in our pages, because to list and describe all of them is evidently impossible and besides... as we know a part of the Faery World should always be left as it is, in respectful mysterious shade. So take on a friendly smile and with fully open heart step into the magic world of Fair Folk. And have a nice journey!