“Legend says they were once equal, sharing the gold. But the Leprechans resented their cousins, wanting sole hold over the treasure,” Ann said.
“Some called it a war, but really just a family skirmish. Leprechans got control of the gold, but at a steep price.”
“What price?” Jill asked.
“They were willing to shrink down to the height of a young mulberry bush for the right to the gold. Their cousins the Antichans remained their normal size and moved on.”
“So this is an old Antichan compass?”
“They’re gone now?”
“Only one I know does food commercials.”