Small things ran around in my bedroom years back and now i want some answers. I´m thinking of gnomes or some kind of goblin or atleast something paranorrmal when i look back at that night but didnt get good look at them but they was atleast of that size of a gnome. Any ideas of what those creatures could have been?
Leave coins around your house OP. If they disappear or move outside of the house its gnomes. If you do the same thing with food it's rats. This test works anywhere for anyone. Sad that this was in the past. Anyway to you can get them to come back? I bet leaving change around the house will get them to come back if it was gnomes.
not other anon, but gnomes/brownies/hearth spirits aren't typically dangerous at all. they like gifts and tributes, and if you're nice to them, they'll be kind to you.
they're typically mischievous, but not dangerous. maybe move some shit around, play some small pranks, but if you treat them well and address them, they're not spoopy at all.
some hearth spirits/gnomes/whatever the hell help out with things around the house, and if left offerings, they will help you find lost things (that they probably nicked themselves desu). some of them just offer a sort of 'protection' (friendly spirits/creatures in house keep out the bad juju)
long story short, be nice to them and leave them shit and let them know they're welcome, and it'll be chill
I am other anon. You are on point my friend.
Brownies are basically tiny people I mean tiny people. Totally proportionate just tine I think 6-8 inches tall but look like normal people. No distortion due to height or anything just tiny.
in case of brownies, are they also little pranksters or a different race of gnomes?
They are pranksters. But like your picture suggests little people, dwarves, and gnomes look weird. Elves and brownies do not. They all like gold and shiny items. Will steal and replace it with something of less quality like a mere cat. Often confused with Fairies due to their size. Brownies habit the forests and secluded places. Brownie homes are often found but identified as an animals nest.