Jerome’s Journal: Pixie — Page 23
An NFT Encyclopedia of Cryptids and Other Mythical Creatures
Maurice Lamar had a friend named Paul. He was the owner of a small business, maybe you’ve heard of it, Pixie Paul’s Packaging. I never liked Paul, but the guy sure knew how to promote his business in a fun way over time. I like to think I had a big part of his success, but I digress.
Pixies are small creatures, only a a couple of inches tall. They’re unable to speak, but can make sounds when they move. Incredibly animated creatures. Some can be super loyal, some can be super mischievous, but all have strong personalities.
Pixies run their own communities and have small cities scattered around the world. You’ll never find them if they don’t want to be found.
I was invited to visit a large Pixie City, and frankly, the small architecture is amazing. I must have felt like a giant monster to the Pixies, but they brought me in. The large underground cave they lived in didn’t get much foot traffic, so they were completely hidden, and they had large pockets specifically made for larger beings like humans.
They’re able to harvest and create a special resource, known as Pixie Dust, of course. It’s a valuable dust with the ability to give levitational powers to Cryptids and Cryptid Hunters temporarily.
With the rise of Pixie Paul’s Packaging becoming the number 1 corporation in the world, Pixie’s have become prevalent, but it wasn’t always that way. Paul didn’t even know what a Pixie looked like before me, but did I get any credit? I don’t think so.
- Maurice Lamar was one of the early employees at Paul’s Pixie Packaging.
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