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boredengineer

Folklore tell us more about our culture than history books, sometimes. Especially considering its was not written by the ruling class, its was told by the people. Hope you all enjoy a bit of our tales! Big Hug!

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ciserjackie

Aha thanks again op I just finish reading the fruit one. I didn't know it's post number 8 already

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drakeramoray

No fuck no. Stop trying to educate others!

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keklels

She can drag me down, and choke me anyday.

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water_apostle

Brazilians are full of creatures that seduces... In philippines we have Vampires that eat babies, Long tongued demon that eat babies, Witches that eat babies, half Horse people that eat babies, Even demon babies that eat babies.

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lucifer_jr

"those who survive end up going crazy" indeed

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dominicatio

I love folk stories! Makes you think in what circumstances they were created!

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iloveturtle47

I'm Croatian so tbh the witcher bestiary is the closest we have to having our own myths and legends. The whole balkan area. Before even playing the witcher 3 I've heard of some of the monsters portrayed in the games from the witcher series. Vampire bats, striggas (we pronounce the word štriga (shh-trih-ga) which is another word for witches, leshys (leshens in the games), werevolves, similar to drowners i heard about souls of the dead drowned that roamed the waters and a few others but I can't remember them right now. It's weird how every place has their own myths and legends

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norflok

Good excuse to come home with marks on your neck form the ladies

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danirdm

Early brazillian men when they were confronted by their wives for having a hickey: "It was the fish lady."

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