Did wb yeats write about leprechauns fairies ghosts trolls or mermaids?
There are lodes! Here's a list of some of them - fairies, vampires, werewolves, trolls, mermaids, redcaps, elves, dragons, unicorns, cyclopes. Hope i helped!
from the top of my head The trolls YOU-KNOW-WHO dementors vampires (only mentioned. not seen) werewolves the basalask the hypogryph dragons ghosts mermaids and there are many more.
A nonexistant biome filled with magical fairies and trolls.
As real as fairies, trolls and the Trix Rabbit.
yes but you can only see fairies in a tween time so midnight or when your half in and out of a door for example.Same with trolls.
Fairies Unicorns Dragons elves mermaids centaures giants trolls ogres chupacabras nahuelitos allgohis jinns ghosts ghouls griffins sphinxes kobolds hobs goblins valkyres daemons angels Wizards Witches werewolves vampires syrens fauns But many cultures have their mythical creatures, even the mid-african people have their own, unique culture.
none pixes are fictional creatures like sprites ,fairies or trolls
Traditionaly, Fairies live anywhere. Fairies can live in your house, in your garden, in your pond , anywhere! But some fairies traditionly stay in fairyland because they are mistaken as misquitos and squished and killed sometimes but fairies are best friends elves but hate trolls Faires houses are trees. faeries live in the woods and forest
In no particular order, here's what I think are the tops: 1.) Unicorns 2.) Dragons 3.) Ghouls 4.) Vampires 5.) Goblins 6.) Werewolves 7.) Griffin 8.) Fairies 9.) Pixies 10.) Imps 11.) Trolls 12.) Centaurs 13.) Gnomes 14.) Giants 15.) Leprechauns 16.) Elves 17.) Dwarf 18.) Nymphs 19.) Phoenixes 20.) Ogres
No you idiot. Trolls are trolls. Demons are demons. The clue's in the name, baby.
its much like what we Americans think of as trolls they are very vicious and michevious and the like to play jokes but they are very mean jokes and somebody usually gets hurt if you are in the line of fairies you are in the wrath
mythical creatures Yes, there are tons. Dragons, merfolk, unicorns, trolls, ghouls, dwarfs, gnomes, fairies, chimeras, minotaurs, and on and on for a long ways.
There is no specific collective noun for trolls, in which case a noun suitable for the context of the sentence is used, for example a band of trolls, a trouble of trolls, or a tribe of trolls, etc. A more recently coined collective noun is an irritation of trolls, a reference to internet trolls. At least it's the only version that's clean enough for this site. I myself would use a cowardice of internet trolls… Read More
Fairies are mythical creatures that are said to be mini human-like creatures with wings. They are said to have magical powers and are very small. An example of a fairy is Tinker Bell. A peculiar fact about fairy stories (recently read a lot of Irish tales) is the fact that they and other mythical creatures (goblins, trolls, leprechauns) have one thing in common, no matter if good or bad: they require people while in their… Read More
No, trolls are not mentioned in the Bible.
Becuase Hannah Smith is the mother of trolls and trolls have small ears and seals are trolls
By imitating the voices of the trolls, Gandalf managed to make the trolls fight among themselves. This went on so long until the sunlight surprised the trolls; converting them into stone. The trolls were supposed to seek refuge in some cave or something, before sunrise. By imitating the voices of the trolls, Gandalf managed to make the trolls fight among themselves. This went on so long until the sunlight surprised the trolls; converting them into… Read More
trolls don't often travel in groups exept with there familys but to answer your question a group of trolls is called a Clan.
There's allot Unicorns, Trolls, Fairy's Zombie , Vampires, Werewolves, Dragons , Mermaids, Sea Monsters , elves .... Here's a site with all the mythical creatures ever!!! http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_legendary_creatures and a phinoex.
The Sea of Trolls has 459 pages.
It depends. Do you believe in trolls?
No, trolls, goblins, ogres, etc. are just a myths.
Some are. There is more info on the diet of trolls at lemonparty.org
yes march of the trolls is by Edvard Grieg. it is a Norwegian song as well because trolls are part of the Norwegian culture!
Of course not. Most people are realizing that gods are mythical creations (e.g., Ra, Zeus, Apollo, et al) created by Man. Similar entities include The Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, leprechauns, dragons, trolls, unicorns, and so on.
No, there are not. Trolls come from Norse mythology and Scandinavian folklore.
Yes, that is correct.
Invisible trolls controlled by fairies keep the planets from falling. Space as we all know can be visited by flying on a unicorn which you can buy from your local pet shop. Make sure you say high to these magical creatures on your visit.
Dragons, Fairies, Unicorns, Ghosts, Superman, Aliens, Witch, Vampire, Wonder Woman, Batman, Talking Furniture, Talking animals, Ghouls, Magic, Time Travel Machine, Teleporter, Harry Potter, Monsters, Twilight Zone, Justice League, Goblin, Spider-man, Alice's adventures in Wonderland, 3 little pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, Elves, Ogres, Giants, Trolls, Fairy Godmother, Animal Farm, Were wolfs, Wizards, Talking skeletons
The duration of The Boy Who Loved Trolls is 3480.0 seconds.
The ISBN of The Sea of Trolls is 0-689-86744-1.
Although there are many thousands of undiscovered species, it is unlikely that any of them are trolls.
William, Bert and Tom were the three trolls.
From trolls. Trolls like snowy areas. Go find a cave in the snowy mountain regions and you'll find lots of trolls.
The trolls debate with each other about how they are going to cook Bilbo and the Dwarves for so long that the sun rises overhead, turning the trolls to stone.
Tolkien as a kid has read childrens fairy tales and no hobbits were not in them because in the middle ages creatures in fairy tales were goblins trolls fairies dwarves elves dragons gnomes and ogres
There is none. If you mean What village HAS trolls that would be Trollhiem.
The only way trolls exist on minecraft is if you have the mo' Creatures mod
Your question needs to be clarified before it can be answered. As it is currently worded, it makes no sense, as trolls are mythological creatures therefore the writers cannot be trolls.
Bilbo meets the three trolls in chapter two, "Roast Mutton."
The three trolls liked to eat ponies.
In the story trolls actually did turn to stone when exposed to sunlight.
Maureen Carlson has written: 'Fairies Gnomes & Trolls' 'How to make clay characters' -- subject(s): Polymer clay craft 'Clay Techniques with a Pasta Machine' 'Imagine your world in clay' -- subject(s): Juvenile literature, Polymer clay craft
They are portrayed as either trolls west of the Misty Mountains, or Orcs, in and east of the Misty Mountains. Trolls are, well, trolls. Orcs are Morgoth's twisted copies of Elves
Trolls - 2012 was released on: USA: 13 November 2012 (internet)
The cast of Trolls - 2008 includes: Pete Rockwell as The Doctor
The trolls in the book 'The Hobbit' look clumsy with protruding bellies and long limbs.
Reality check! Trolls don't actually exist and therefore do not technically "live" at all.