Baba Yaga is a witch from Slavic folklore known for her hut that stands on chicken legs, ugly features, and penchant for eating children. She’s appeared in hundreds of folktales, in many roles, and sometimes as three Baba Yaga sisters. Images: Ivan Bilibin
Chort is a demon from Slavic folklore, son of Chernobog, who is trickster figure in folktales. It often tries to trick people into selling their souls, but is easily outsmarted. Sometimes Chort acts as a force for good, and gives heroes magical items, or takes villains to hell. Image: Wikimedia Commons
Marids are a giant and extremely powerful type of Jinn. They’re the basis for genies, a westernized version of jinn, as they were featured in the popular Thousand and One Nights book and can grant wishes if they are compelled or imprisoned. Marid are usually evil, but not always. There are humanoid types that sometimes have wings and beast-like types, including a massive fish named Bahamut.