Sometimes a Sleeping Dragon. . .

In my studio are three windows - which face a mountain - sometimes purple - Sometimes a Sleeping Dragon. . .

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Thursday, December 29, 2005


“Fantasy World” building questions

Fantasy World Creators

Fantasy World Map Generator

World Builder’s Home Page

RinkWorks - Fantasy Name Generator
One of the perks of creating fantasy stories -- whether by writing a story or game or by role-playing -- is you get to make up the names. Some people relish the task while others are frustrated by it. Some like it but can't seem to create names that are diverse enough. Fantasy Name Generator is a tool that can help you. It can generate an endless number of random names (of people, places, or anything) that would be suitable for use in a fantasy setting. It can generate names on its own, or you can tell it what kind of name you're looking for. Feel free to use this tool and any name that comes out of it (assuming it doesn't accidentally generate a legally protected trademark or something).

Sci-Fi Resources on the Web

Language Construction Kit
(Guide to creating your own languages)

Classical Mythology Home Page

Norse Myths

Water Spirit Legends

Aura Color Meanings

Paranormal Investigations

Witch's Voice Newsletter

Info on Genies appears to be limited. Their source of origin is islam, arabic holy men and the Quran (Koran). The most common source of reference for most of us comes from "Tales of Arabian Nights", "Aladdin" and (I think) Sinbad the Sailor). There is some rumor of genie type stories that come from China but I haven't been able to locate them. - Encyclopedia Mythica is an encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, legends, and more. It contains over 5700 definitions of gods and goddesses, supernatural beings and legendary creatures and monsters from all over the world. Some of the topics you will find: Legendary animals such as unicorns and dragons; Objects like Excalibur and Mjollnir; Gods and goddesses from many religions, including Greek, Japanese, Hindu, and Native American; Imaginative places such as Atlantis, Avalon, and Thule. The site even features supernatural creatures such as gnomes, leprechauns, and fairies. - Eerieland: A Paranormal Tour of Ireland Provides a tour of Ireland, a beautiful country filled with folklore and mystery including banshees, leprechauns, fairies, singing ghosts, haunted lakes, and the dobhar-chu.

Hidden Files: Law Enforcement's True Case Stories of the Unexplained and Paranormal by Sue Kovach. NTC/Contemporary Publishing; ISBN: 0809231212. Most of these amazing stories of unexplained events from the files of law enforcement across the U.S. and Canada involve actual police cases, or occurred while an officer was on duty. These are thought-provoking and fascinating accounts, supported by credible witnesses. This book features intriguing stories of ghosts, UFOs, and other reports of paranormal phenomena. In Hidden Files, Sue Kovach presents some of law enforcement's most intriguing files. Such information often test the bounds of credibility, but can such reports be easily dismissed when the witness is an officer of the law trained to make calm, detailed observations under the most stressful situations?

Fairy Dictionary

Fairy Encyclopedia

Legend of the Irish pooka (Celtic Tiger)

Irish Mythology

Celtic History, Faeries, and Magical Places (This is Great!)

Irish Myths and Legends

Angels and Ghosts


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