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Kitsune

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Kitsune are mischievous spirits or even minor deities of japanese lore.  They can take almost any form they want, especially human form, and usually use this to their advantage or amusement.  Their natural form is that of a fox - in fact, Kitsune means "fox" in japanese.  While it is their nature to be tricksters, they are also inherently wise and are often consulted for their wisdom.  Kitsune are renowned as good teachers, guardians, guides and even lovers, and some people worship them.  In traditional japanese (and chinese) witchcraft, fox spirits are a very common familiar.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Sidhe Distribution

    They scored 25% on Sidhe, higher than 41% of your peers.

  • Troll Distribution

    They scored 26% on Troll, higher than 89% of your peers.

  • Drow Distribution

    They scored 24% on Drow, higher than 46% of your peers.

  • Elf Distribution

    They scored 17% on Elf, higher than 20% of your peers.

  • Gremlin Distribution

    They scored 11% on Gremlin, higher than 21% of your peers.

  • Kitsune Distribution

    They scored 30% on Kitsune, higher than 37% of your peers.

  • Elemental Distribution

    They scored 25% on Elemental, higher than 36% of your peers.

All possible test results

Sidhe

In gaelic lore, the Sidhe (Shee) are spirits of nature resembling beautiful, translucent humans.  They walk without making a sound or leaving tracks, and their appearance is often an omen of vario... Read more

Drow

The Drow, or "Dark Elves" are known in many cultures.  Traditionally they live underground, sometimes even in vast underground cities, and are inclined towards evil.  The Drow are very smart, and... Read more

Elf

Also called "Alfar," Elves are an ancient species of faery folk, and are known for their handsomeness, their pointy ears, their magical skills and their sense of humor- a trait they do not share wi... Read more

Troll

Originally, the word "Troll" or "Trollen" was used to denote black magic.  It has long since been adapted to refer to a race of supernatural creatures - big, ugly and vicious ones.  Trolls were g... Read more

Gremlin

During World War 2, allied pilots began noticing unexplained mechanical failures aboard their planes.  They blamed these failures on Gremlins, little geen men in flight suits that ate rubber and d... Read more

Kitsune

Kitsune are mischievous spirits or even minor deities of japanese lore.  They can take almost any form they want, especially human form, and usually use this to their advantage or amusement.  The... Read more

Elemental

The term "Elemental" refers to spirits of the natural elements.  The four basic types of elementals are:  Gnomes (earth), Sylphs (air), Undines (water), and Salamanders (fire).  Elementals are f... Read more

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