Re: [Creature & Spell] To the neon god they made...
Originally Posted by The Vorpal Tribble
Llymha is a complicated gaelic word baically meaning 'I impoverish and make bare'.
I use gaelic for a good chunk of my fey creatures names, like I use swahili for magical beasts and innuit or russian for arctic creatures.
I tried using Gaelic a few times myself but I find that English often works fine. I phrased my question so I didn't look like I was being too clever only to have someone give a really simple explanation.
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