An aged crone, often described as a witch or an ogress, who dwells in the forest and appears in several Russian folktales. In some sources She is solitary, in others She is any of three sisters, each having the same name. She/They dwell in a marvelous hut, which is in constant motion, often described as "spinning" or "turning about"; it accomplishes this by means of large birds feet. Baba Yaga is usually refered to in perjorative terms; She is said to lure children to her, only to catch, cook, and eat them. She is also said to be a Guardian Spirit of the Fountain of the Water of Life. If she doesn't kill you, she can sometimes be induced to give advice and magical gifts to wanderers and heroes.
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- Baba Yaga - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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