Fantasy races and creatures are beings with ties to history, religion, legends and mythology as well as imagination and fiction. The lines separating these may not be easily visible. They may also be clearly defined by those who are passionate about them. Where traditional origins are drawn into fantasy and pop culture - past and present - is where this category begins.
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Image galleries of pegasus, phoenix, unicorns, and types of dragons.
Sightings and photographs of faeries, elves, mermaids, water spirits, dragons, unicorns, sea and lake monsters, bigfoot, winged beasts and other strange and unknown creatures.
Community of art and artists with a members list and works focusing on new creature creation.
Galleries of faeries, dragons, unicorns, pegasus, and goddess images; poetry; website graphics sets offered.
Web ring dedicated to dragons, faeries, vampires, and other mythical creatures.
Fantasy and creature art; the Wyverns Library contains various creature specific stories.
Official gallery of Rebecca Sinz; fairies, angels, and other creatures; fantasy, dark, and gothic art; art tutorial.
Webring featuring pages about faeries, elves, and other mystical sentient beings of folklore.
Fantasy Arts Lair
Various race and beast artworks such as dragons, elves, wizards, female warriors and goddesses; artist credits.
Labyrinth of Jareth Fantasy Masquerade Ball
Annual ball based on Celtic faerie and goblin lore; produced by Sypher Art Studios. Images from past balls, event information, ticket sales and related merchandise, FAQ, and mailing list.
Fairyes, dragons, wizards, and flowers; ballads, poetry, e-cards, MIDI files and artwork.
Shyara's Fantasy Graphics
Gallery of artworks from various artists, with credits.
Wikipedia: List of Species in Fantasy Fiction
Creatures and races in modern fantasy from books to games, with descriptions.
World of Mystery
Images, poetry, and stories of vampires, unicorns, and faeries.
Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns and Mermaids
Creatures of the elements; exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History between May 26, 2007 and January 6, 2008. (January 01, 2008)
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