Very rare. Avoid Sunlight. Distinguished by all white hair. Known for mysterious healing powers. 8",12",20",30"
Abundant. Especially at harvest time. Collect winter food supplies in vine baskets or cloth bags. 16"
Fairly common around dwellings. However male of species much more elusive. 16"
Rare; mostly nocturnal. Always identified by their glowing red eyes. Lit eyes can be found on any Troll 12" or larger.
Well known and easily recognized in winter. Stand on or carry split oak skis. Rare, below 10,000' remainder of year. 8".
Common, but often hidden in tree tops. Listen and you might hear them teaching young birds the proper tunes.
Steadfast and learned elder of the Troll Family. More noticeable due to all gray hair, wire rimmed glasses, and slow but deliberate pace. 20"
Uncommon; limited to rugged terrain. Never seen without a silver pick-ax and a green sack filled with gold. 16"
Common; from late Fall on. Unmistakable when wearing their hooded coats. Often observed swinging an ax or carrying firewood. 12"
More active in Spring. Help birds with nest design, construction, and placement. 16"
|Sporting Trolls (GOLF)
Especially abundant on weekends and holidays. Often observed around sand or water. 5"
|Sporting Trolls (FISH)
Very common around waterways (where there is work to be done!) Known for endless patience and colorful stories. 8"
Most plentiful in the Spring, when they make little or no attempt to hide. 5"
All Trolls celebrate these occasions, but some develop a suspicious memory lapse. They have somewhat gray hair and wear glasses.
|Troll with Sprout (Baby Troll)
Rarely encountered outside it's habitat. The mischievous sprouts (occasionally twins) are carefully nurtured for many years. 16"
Begin to appear as days grow shorter. Very common around winter solstice, when they are arranging holiday festivities.
Extremely rare; no verified sightings. But thought to have dark hair, violet eyes, and possess extraordinary powers. 12"
Akin to (and often mistake for) Trolls. Noticeably different, with long beards (on males only!), blue hair and red pointed caps. 10", 14", 24".
Commonly found in and around Troll dwellings. One can track a "House Mouse" or other pet to find the secluded Troll habitats. Don't get lost!
Usually active year round; creating delicacies to full us up (and sometimes out!) 8".
Always busy; painting leaves in Fall, making window frost in Winter, or adding color to Spring wildflowers. 8"
Trolls celebrate these occasions (unlike some people). Can be observed bearing gifts and bringing good cheer. 8"
Often unnoticed; great help around farms and ranches due to special kinship with all the animals. 8"
Uncommon attire, carry pouches full of ancient cures for healing the body and spirit. 12"
Always close by and hard at work scheduling migrations, hibernations, and the official changes of season. 12"
Most noticeable around dwellings keeping a watchful eye on those entrusted to it's care. Observe carefully. 12"
Very elusive, often use their special powers to help Mother Nature create her miracles.
Common; Spring-Fall, especially weekends and evenings. Use crude hand tools to produce bountiful harvests. 8"
Plentiful, but hard to distinguish in Summer. Command respect; only the wisest Trolls can be teachers. 8".
Most abundant in late Spring with their ceremonial caps and official scrolls. They are usually on best behavior. 8".
Common, however rarely seen without pad and pencil. Ready to take notes of things too important for memory. 5".
Rare; at dwellings. Most have all white hair and carry little black bags. Dedicated practitioners of ancient healing arts. 8"
Somewhat rare; although always around for patient care-giving. Look for white hats with red cross. 5".
|Troll with Newborn
Parent is sleepy-eyed and sometimes cranky, but will happily show off new addition to all who pass by. 8".