Also known as: Old Man of the Swamp
In the dark of a summer night, you spot a light that seems to hover half a foot off the ground. Then another light pops into existence.
You have come across a rare occurence: a ‘Moot’ of Lanternheads.
This pale skinned, furry-bodied homunculus is normally a solitary creature, wandering large swathes of woodland, moorland or marsh. However, during the summer months it seems that several will congregate in one area- and no one knows why.
There is no visible interaction between the creatures at the moot. They stand several feet away from each other, and appear to gaze skywards. Are they communicating in some internal fashion? Or are they waiting for something?
We may never know.
Entry compiled by: Bartholomew Moon