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Badger-folk

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'''Badger-folk''' were creatures mentioned only in [[Hobbits|Hobbit]] verse.<ref>{{HM|ATB}}</ref> Although nothing is known of their origin or history, they might have been one of the [[Fairies|Fairy creatures]].
 
'''Badger-folk''' were creatures mentioned only in [[Hobbits|Hobbit]] verse.<ref>{{HM|ATB}}</ref> Although nothing is known of their origin or history, they might have been one of the [[Fairies|Fairy creatures]].
  

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The Adventures of Tom Bombadil part 3 by Richard Svensson

Badger-folk were creatures mentioned only in Hobbit verse.[1] Although nothing is known of their origin or history, they might have been one of the Fairy creatures.

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Adventures of Tom Bombadil and Other Verses from the Red Book
Legendary Races of Arda
 Animals:  Dumbledors · Gorcrows · Hummerhorns · Pards · Swans of Gorbelgod · Turtle-fish
Dragon-kind:  Great glow-worms · Sea-serpents · Spark-dragons · Were-worms
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Fairies:  Dryads · Mermaids · Sprites · Sylphs · White cow
Other:  Badger-folk · Great beasts · Lintips · Mewlips · Nameless Things · Spectres
Individuals:  The Hunter · Lonely Troll · Man in the Moon · The Rider · River-woman · Tarlang · Tim