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Folklore creatures explainedA short list of things that will help you better understand Scandinavian folklore creatures. Some I've talked about before, others are new.Folklore creatures explained by humon
1) They are people. While they could turn invisible to humans they weren't considered spiritual creatures, but people with their own cultures. The troll culture, the elf culture, the gnome culture, and so on. They were believed to live normal everyday lives with their own conflicts and struggles, much like fantasy races in modern fiction.
2) They will treat you like you treat them. While some creatures are more dangerous than others, they always respond to respect with respect, kindness with kindness, and rudeness will be severely punished. This goes for ALL of them, even those popular media has taught you are either nice or evil.
3) They are connected with sex. Some like the huldra are inherently sexual, but even those that are not sexual in nature like gnomes still hold a stronger power over people who think a lot about sex, such as young people
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1,908 Points GiveawaySo, this giveaway has two purposes. The first is to obviously giveaway 1,908 points (though not all entirely to one deviant). This second part is this is a small social experiment in regards to these types of giveaways.
Usually our group hosts monthly giveaways, but never in giving points but rather premium memberships. Which is where this very odd number of the amount of points comes from.
Usually the giveaways that are found in the journal footer are for such minimal amounts that are barely even worth a $1. I'm sure a few of you have actually read the $1 giveaway journal. If you haven't, you can find the journal here.
Now, we are truly giving away 1,908 points. The question is, how will these points be awarded. We've already stated there will not be a single winner of the points. And we will not say how the points will be divided and what amounts. The person who decide