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Fig. 1- Lindach sans Mask
Lindachs: British storyteller spirits.
These spirits are close relatives of Bodachs (british child-eating spirits), though differ in a great many ways. Unlike Bodachs, Lindachs do not consume children, choosing instead to tell them stories ranging from nonfiction to fables. They choose to keep their objective the enrichment of the happiness of children. Lindachs tend to visit children as they are nearing sleep in order to help give them pleasant dreams.
Fig. 2- Lindach with Mask
Being relatives of Bodachs, Lindachs have a naturally creepy appearance. To counteract this, they've taken measures and adapted to become less frightening. They have developed fur for the sake of appearing more cuddly. They almost always conceal their mouths, filled with sharp teeth, with masks, in order to avoid frightening children. Lindach fur can be of any color the Lindach desires, but is typically brown or white. When not visiting children, Lindachs tend to haunt libraries and used bookstores, usually gathering in groups of five to ten.
Lindachs are spirits of my own invention. I have a few other pieces featuring them. Just as I did in an earlier piece with the anatomy of a ghost, I felt like creating an encyclopedia-like entry to give a brief explanation of what these spirits are like.
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