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Enenras mostly reside in bonfires ; when they emerge, they take human shape or form. It is said that an enenra can only be seen by The Smoke Of Hastur - Rhuith - Voormithadreth pure of heart. Enenras are mostly considered to be demons or divine beings of darkness and smoke; legend says that there are two types of enenras, the first and most common type being enenras who are born purely as enenras, whilst the second and more rarely occurring type are humans who have died and been transformed into enenras.
In some cultures, the enenra has been mistaken for the Grim Reaper. In the video game Mortal Kombatit is revealed that the character Smoke who makes his The Smoke Of Hastur - Rhuith - Voormithadreth human appearance in the game in almost two decades is an enenra.
In the anime series Shaman Kingthe female character Sharona uses a Spirit called Enra Enra that resembles the You Werent There - Matt Builds Character - My Bedroom Revolution of an enenra.
In Forbidden Scrollerya manga series that is part of the Touhou Project universe, an enenra is introduced to the story's world, where it goes to different houses creating fake smoke, eventually having Reimu and Marisa exterminating it. In the manga Mushishithe main character, Ginko, smokes tobacco, the smoke of which is a mushi mushi being something like "yokai" instead simply "bug". In the game and anime series Yo-kai Watchthere is an enenra that is referred to by its alternate name Enraenra Smogmella in the English translationand was introduced in the Yo-Kai Watch 2 games, with Enraenra being referred to as a Classic Yo-kai.
Enraenra also Andrei Morant - Game Over EP a pre-evolved form, with it being named "Koenra" Smogling in English.
There is a Japanese performing arts company that "fuses video art with live performance" called enrawith their named derived from enenra. In the mobile game OnmyojiEnenra is a shikigami who carries a kiseru her.
The first appearance occurs in the journal of James Baker where he dissects an Vivacissimo - Jean Sibelius, Sir John Barbirolli Conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Symph corpse to find a new spell glyph. The second is in the demonology codex at the end of the book that describes it as being a rare demon made of a black-purple smoke that lives in dark places of the ether and has the ability to envelope living organisms and drain their life force.
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