Thank you so much! I'm really glad to hear it, I was hoping for an effect like that C:
Oh boy, I'm happy to oblige haha
Corn spirits are wraiths or demons that appear in crop fields, mostly at noon, sometimes after dark as well. And there are tons of them! Not only human, but also all kinds of animals as well, and they have various names each.. But those most widely known are called rye wolves (Roggenwolf), wind's bride (Windsbraut) corn mother (Kornmutter) and oat man (Hafermann). Like all good German folklore beings they are known for abducting children who aren't safely at home. But sometimes they can do good deeds, too. They say that on the last day of harvest, the spirit seeks shelter in the last ear, that's why back then nobody wanted to cut the last one. Sometimes the farmers even left the last patch of crops untouched, because they feared the spirits wrath.