Kade. A local mythological creature, whose name means in Finnish “Jealous” or “a Lost Place/Place where things go when they are missing”.
There are no clear records of what this creature looked like because it was pretty much just an evil spirit. So I depicted it as I’ve done in my comic, as a dark demonic cat creature. What this creature did, however, was more important. It stole things, especially things other people were jealous of, and that’s why there’s still a common phrase to say that when something is missing, people use the structure “olla kateissa” which means roughly that the stolen object is “in the hands of Kades”. This particular phrase is also the reason why I depicted my Kade-creatures as cats, and only people who know Finnish, can understand it. The phrase “olla kateissa” is created so that the plural form of “kade” is identical to the plural form of a not-so-nice “cat”-word (“katti”), like “to be inside of the damn cats” and because of this nice trick of a language, I have chosen them to be cats.