Two more of my Dungeons & Dragons Ravenloft campaign faeries.
The one left lives in a tower made of ice, in the deep of the Shadow Rift. Aka as Winter Lady or Ice Queen, she calls herself Liebe, and spend most of her time making sculptures in ice around the tower.
A Falkovnian legend says that the faerie Liebe once felt in love by a powerful human warrior, planned to marry him and also change him into a fey for both to live forever, but the Crippled Prince was also in love with the faerie, and asked her in marriage first. Being rejected, the Prince decided to make a vengeance against Liebe, cursing her to freeze anything she touches and declaring her loved human as a target for the Wild Hunt.
Liebe tried to shelter her lover, but as soon the two kissed, he turned to ice. Horrified by her curse, she moved to the borders of the Rift and began building a gigantic tower made of ice, together with icy golens and servants, plotting the demise of the Crippled Prince.
She longs for love and affection, and tried to openly seduce the monk Dara and the paladin Uther, to no success. To aid them, she gave Uther a map to the Crippled Prince's tower.
The other one, in the right, calls herself Entropy, and it's a vampiric sith faerie, feeding herself from the feelings of living creatures, mostly from suffering, rage, guilty and hope. She is not really a hunter, but love to follow mortals and create illusions of their biggest fears or hopes just to feed on their feelings.
When illusions are not possible, she dedicates to recreate scenes with golens that look like people the victim knew, terrain alteration and dream manipulation. She instinctively deduces the sad past or hidden hopes of mortals she looks, and most of times she drives the victims to madness by feeding on them.
She was somewhat stopped when the group just decided to sit down, meditate and empty their minds of all feelings. Without nothing to eat or explore from them, she just turn herself into stone, while waiting for other mortals to attract her interest.
I used stock images as guide for their clothes:[link][link]