Hal is a Leprechaun Spirit, and he's ready for a new family. He had one past keeper. You will be his second. His previous keeper passed away, so he is on a hunt for another keeper to bring him into their home as a family member.
Hal brings good luck and safety to all he comes in contact with, but when he has a keeper, his primary interest is in pleasing his keeper.
Most of Hal's associates were on the cranky side. Doubting Thomas types. Some were even miserable. Hal was the "Happy-go-Lucky" Leprechaun. He was almost too happy at times, which got on the nerves of many. When asked to mend or make shoes for other fairies, he was always more than happy to do so because he actually enjoyed the work. He would often take over for some of the other leprechauns when they were grueling over those tasks.
Hal can have a dark side to him though, but it's always to protect himself or his family. He's not one that someone would want to cross. He has to "one-up" any predators. For example, if you have a child who has a bully doing things to him like taking his lunch money, pushing him to the ground, or giving him wedgies, Hal will take double the amount from that bully, push him to the ground twice as many times and twice as hard, and give him wedgies that he can't get out of without the jaws of life. He's like karma super-charged.
He tells us his last keeper was mugged. There was $200 in his wallet at the time, plus numerous credit cards and his driver's license. Hal hunted down that mugger and got his wallet back, but he also returned the other wallets to the other people he mugged when he found his keeper's wallet. In addition, his keeper won $400 on a lottery ticket that was given to him as a birthday gift by his aunt a couple weeks later.
A drunk driver hit his keeper, causing his keeper's car to roll down an embankment and hit a tree head-on when he reached the bottom. The car was totaled. It was valued at $14,000 prior to the accident. His keeper walked away without a scratch, and the following day, he was notified that he won a car from buying raffle tickets at a little league baseball game he attended for his nephew a couple weeks before the accident. The car he one was valued at $28,000. Double the value of the car he had that was totaled. So Hal seems to enjoy doubling things, on either end of the spectrum.
For offerings, Hal likes shoes, boots, shoe strings, coins, eggs, dark beer, pickles, vanilla milkshakes, pretzels and mustard. He also enjoys watching "mythical" adventure movies. (I always put the words "mythical" and "lore" in quotes because most of it is not myth or lore).
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