Curupira

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"I delight in the animals and plants of the wild, but perhaps I delight in confounding the axman, poacher, and those harmful the nature just a bit more."

Spirit derives from Brazilian folklore.

With a blend of many features of West African and European fairies, the Curupira is usually regarded as a demonic figure.

The name comes from the Tupi meaning "covered in blisters". It resembles a man or dwarf with its feet are turned backwards - useful to create footprints to confuse hunters in the forests of Brazil.

Like Caipora, being very vigilant against poachers, the Curupira can create illusions, produce a high pitched whistle sound, in order to scare and drive its victims to madness.


Tricksters are unpredictable when summoned.

Summoning ingredients requires: Wooden Doll