The Dimorpha Aquatica, a quick collection of mermaid variations. As usual, there’s some lore I wrote to go along with each type of mermaid (written from the perspective of an anthropologist’s notes), which you can find below the cut.
The art used on the cover page is “East of the Sun and West of the Moon”, from a Norwegian folk tale. It was illustrated by Kay Nielson in 1914.
Working on some DnD ideas, here’s the Matchstick Demons, a beginner mage’s alternative to summoning demonic outsiders.
Every stick can be lighted to summon a small fire demon that’ll help the mage the best it can, from making a bonfire to burning some enemies. They have a natural fear of water and don’t last long (after some hours their tails will shorten and their fire will shut off, leaving a pile of ash and sending them back to their home plane, but they can be kept longer by feeding them wood. Or souls. Mostly souls.)