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The worldbuilding includes 26. Sorcerers, 27. Life Clay, 28. The Breeders, 29. The Lumen, 30. The Umbra, 31. he Arctus, 32. The Dragons, 33. The Unicorns, and 34. The Pegasi.
Fiction: "Astrid: Arriving in Little Hill (Part 3)" brings Astrid to her new room. "Zoe: Meeting the Nox Gadael (Part 3)" introduces an interesting species trait; they get attached to people of other races. "Riordan: Making Worlds (Part 2)" continues his thoughts on worldbuilding and morality.
Feel free to take a flexible interpretation of "demon." It can be an evil or obstructive spirit from any religion that has some, as described in various mythologies. It can be a traveler across dimensions, as mentioned in several fantasy cosmologies. It can be something like a soul or familiar or other companion creature. The disambiguation page has even more variations. The suggested tone is horror, in honor of Halloween/Samhain/all the other shiversome holidays this time of year. However, if you want something warmer or fluffier, go ahead and diversify.
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The following poem belongs to my poetic series, Monster House; you can find its other poems on my Serial Poetry page. This is suburban fantasy that ranges from fluff to horror, usually in the middle range of weird humor. It's about a family, some of whom happen to be monsters, and how that affects family dynamics. If you like The Munsters or The Addams Family, you'll probably like this too.
Fandom: Original (Monster House)
Prompt: Glowing with happiness
Summary: Backyard camping is extra fun when some of your family members are monsters.
Content Notes: None.
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