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|Alternate Names/Spellings||Adnei Hasadeh, Jadua, Jedoui, Jeduah|
|Origins||Jewish Mythology, Legend and Folklore|
The Faduah is one of a race of creatures with origins in Jewish mythology, legend and folklore. In particular, accounts of its existence claim that it is one of the humanoid species that God created before Adam, Eve and the race of mankind.
The Faduah is humanoid in size, shape and appearance, though distinctly mixed with the nature of a plant. That is, its body may be any color and texture that occurs within flowers, fruit, wood, moss or other greenery.
Whether or not they have true faces varies; some have vague features on their heads that merely resemble eyes, ears, nose, mouth and chin, while others have fully formed sense organs, and others have no facial features at all.