Oh... Well, I'm less of mythological creatures(though I like those as well)geek than animal one ^^;
...Wait, salamander is GREEK mythological creature?!?? I though it was just one of those medieval age creatures... In fact, are any of those Greek ones o-o; *googles*(yes, I'm weird)
Edit: Lets see... According to Other Wiki
Salamander are Medieval Europe, Undines Germanic, Sylphs are:
"Sylph (also called sylphid) is a mythological creature in the Western tradition. The term originates in Paracelsus, who describes sylphs as invisible beings of the air, his elementals of air. There is no known substantial mythos associated with them."
And gnomes are:
"A gnome is a fictional creature with origins in European mythology (particularly Renaissance magic and alchemy), later adopted by more recent authors including those of modern fantasy literature. Its characteristics have been reinterpreted to suit the needs of various story-tellers, but it is typically said to be a small, humanoid creature that lives underground."
Only connection between four is that some swiss alchemist guy called Paracelsus associated them with elements...
.......Yeah, I nitpick too much... Uh....Sorry ^_^; I have obsession with researching stuff.
...So....*tries to change subject*...Is Bloody Red good name?
edited 1st Apr '10 4:38:21 AM by SpookyMask