An imp is a mythological being similar to a fairy or goblin, frequently described in
folklore and superstition. Contents. [hide]. 1 Etymology; 2 History; 3 See also ...
Imps are considered to be the spawns of the devil. They serve their master (
mostly the devil, but t hey may be the familiar of a witch or warlock) ...
If you haven't already been waylaid by fairies, pixies, or goblins on your trip
through Europe's lovely countryside, you will almost certainly be targeted by Imps
The creature known as an Imp is a sentient beast not more than two fores tall that
is said to resemble a thin lizard-like goblin with wings. Additionally, the Imp has
an unusual looking face that resembles a smooth, bone-like mask ..... Myth/Lore.
In some cultures imps are regarded as god's assistants. In the later part of the
Middle Ages imps were associated with devils and witches. Many myths describe
"imp" (folklore) definition: fairies that are somewhat mischievous. ... may refer to:
Elf, a mythological creature, originally from Germanic mythology Light elves in ...
General Mythology - tirthankara, Altjira, Glitnir, bullbeggar, Theias, Codex
Huamantla, Turms, Veidiass, ... On occassion, called bottle-imp, spirit imp or spirit
The power to use the abilities of imps. ... User with this ability either is or can
transform into an Imp, a small lesser Demon, often shown as ... Mythological
Apr 3, 2015 ... During my childhood I was plagued by these little creatures. Then they returned
in 2009. It was a shock to see them 37+ years later. They are ...