A corrigan is a type of faery based on the ancient Druids. They are said to only have a female form and subscribe to the religion of the Druids, and supposedly have wings. They are found in the English county Cornwall and the French region called Brittany, only in the woods near water sources, usually streams. A strange thing about these faeries is that they only play their pranks on mortal Christians, because they dislike the Christian influence in driving the pagan religions out. They will therefore steal Christian children and leave changelings in their place.

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