• Demons and Devils
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By Crusader1307

From Japanese Mythology, The Amanojako are Oni (Demons) – described as ''perverted'' and mischievous. Said to be very ''tiny, Humanoid-like'' – they appeal to Peoples base desires, regardless of how bad. Often, they will give One their desire in return for their soul after death. It is also said that this is how The Amanojako ''reproduce'' themselves. They will maintain their perversions normally until their victim dies. Small figurines were often made of ceramic of The Amanojako and kept on Family Shinto Shirines in their homes as a means of ''fooling'' the creatures into thinking that the house already is ''possessed'' by an Amanojako.