So beautiful that a glimpse can blind or even kill a man, nymphs
are the embodiment of loveliness, a triumph of nature. They appear
as ever-young woman with sleek figures and long, thick hair, radiant
skin and perfect teeth, full lips and gentle eyes. Their voices
are so exquisite that their conversation and singing may even be
confused with the breeze through the trees or the ripple of a mountain
These beautiful females inhabit only the loveliest of wilderness
places, clear lakes and streams, glacier palaces, ocean grottoes,
and crystalline caverns. Nymphs often have too much time on their
hands, and their girlish mischief or numerous love affairs land
them into trouble now and then.
Nymphs make excellent magic-users, but are purely
ornamental in other professions.
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