Definitions for "Trickster"
Keywords:  folklore, folktale, raven, hero, tales
One who tricks; a deceiver; a tricker; a cheat.
(Coyote, Raven, Rabbit, Spider): common figure in Native American folklore and mythology; culture hero who renders the capricious understandable; equivocal figure as intelligent and creative and bringer of good to human kind and also morally degenerate and foolish; teaches by bad example: how not to behave Wakan takan: Sioux term for Supreme Being or collective term for supreme beings
A common character in myths and folktales. Sometimes the trickster functions as an adversary of the hero and his quest, though his challenges are usually in the nature of pranks rather than the violent and truly threatening challenges posed by such characters as devils, monsters, witches, and giants. Indeed, the trickster may turn out, as in many of the tales in which Raven is a character, to be a helper, the tricks really an oblique form of guidance or protection.
Trickster (also known as "Links to Fantasy: Trickster") (Korean: 트릭스터AD) (Japanese:トリックスター+) (Chinese: 卡巴拉島 or 星钻物语) is a free, 2D isometric MMORPG developed by the Korean company Ntreev Soft.
Trickster was the first album from the Kidneythieves, released on July 28 1998. It was rereleased in 2004 as Trickstereprocess (see below).
The Trickster is the name of two DC Comics supervillains and an enemy of the Flash. He first appeared in Flash #113.
someone who leads you to believe something that is not true