Internet business leadership is not easy, but it can be achieved if you are willing to put in the necessary work that it takes in order to succeed. According to lore, if one should catch a leprechaun, the leprechaun must give his treasure to whomever caught him, but to keep the leprechaun in your possession, you have to keep an eye on him. If you look away for one second, they escape (Mortensen 14-15). The characteristics of leprechauns are pretty well known due to being the centers of Saint Patrick’s Day. The mythical habits of fairies are quite intriguing. Fairies are generally smaller than humans although some come close to human size. Most fairies are small, have pointed ears, and fly around with their wings. Very small fairies are generally referred to as pixies. Fairies are usually undetected by humans and live in fairy hills or deep forests. They enjoy dancing in circles which during the day can be seen as a circle of mushrooms (Hamilton 4). Burly and tough yet small and ingenious, the dwarves possess some interesting characteristics. Dwarfs are short, stocky, and strong human-like people in Norse mythology as well as other Germanic mythologies and lore. The plural of the word dwarf was historically spelled dwarfs, but fantasy author J. R. R. Tolkien used the plural dwarves, which has entered general usage. However, the older spelling is still actively used.â€ In most myths dwarves act similarly to humans, but some still live underground and in mountains. Some works describe dwarves as having the ability to see in the dark and other adaptations for living underground. Underground, they collect costly minerals and ores and create expensive and some of the most durable armor and weapons. Usually, most dwarves are short stocky and have full thick beards. Although they are not the best runners or riders, they are very well suited to being warriors and defenders of their holds. Some myths also ascribe to dwarves the ability to forge magical items. In Norse mythology, for instance, dwarvish smiths created some of the greatest and most powerful items of power, including the magic chain that bound the wolf, Fenrisâ€ (Mythical Creaturesâ€). Even though the dwarves are ingenious they lack the mystique of elves. There is a shroud of mystery that envelopes the elves. Elves are mythical creatures in Germanic mythology which still survives in northern European folklore. In Norse mythology they were originally a race of minor gods of nature and fertility. Elves are often pictured as tall and virile young men and women living in forested areas, underground, or in wells and springs. They are usually described as being very long-lived, or sometimes they just live forever (Mythical Creaturesâ€). To this day some people believe they still exist. Icelanders believe that there is a whole capital for elves in their country called Hafnarfjordur. They believe that they live in the hills in little underground houses. They also make their homes in other rocks and hills (Seabrook).