The Qarinah is a rare Egyptian Fae.
The Qarinah has six fingers on each hand and the feeding signature of the species is similar to that of a succubus.
They are not known to wander outside of Egypt.
A Qarinah was found among the corpses unearthed from a Fae mass grave.
No other information was made available about the species.
In Arabian mythology, the qarînah is a spirit similar to the succubus, with origins possibly in ancient Egyptian religion or in the animistic beliefs of pre-Islamic Arabia. A qarînah "sleeps with the person and has relations during sleep as is known by the dreams." They are said to be invisible, but a person with "second sight" can see them, often in the form of a cat, dog, or other household pet.