Mythos

The Water Guardians

Three water guardians inhabit in the earth. They are unique creatures, only one of each kind exist, that must remain submerged in water. They were each tethered to an object, bound for eternity to guard, that was split into three shards. This object was a weapon of devastating potential in Read more…

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Mythos

Strzyga

Beast form Strzyga is a vampiric demon in Polish folklore. It is born to human parents, but has two hearts, two souls, and two set of teeth. Often a child born with already developed teeth was said to be a strzyga. They are sometimes said to have bright red hair Read more…

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Mythos

Quetzalcoatlus

Civil War soldiers pose with the remains of a potential quetzalcoatlus Introduction Modern paleontologists have identified the quetzalcoatlus as a flying reptilian bird, an azhdarchid pterodactyloid from the Latest Cretaceous that ended 65 million years ago.  However, like other species of Dinosauria, their lifetimes existed in unknown Ages-past from an Read more…

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Mythos

Hellhound

Introduction The hellhound is a generic name given to large black dogs primarily found in western Europe. The dog is over sized, black and has fiery red eyes.  They are typically regarded as portents of death, and may be invisible to all but whom the dog hunts.  Many were also Read more…

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Mythos

Drakaina

The truth of these monsters are based off a legend of a woman who a mistress of Zeus.  She was cursed by Hera to devour all her own children she had with Zeus.  As a result, she was transformed into mothering a race of creatures which breathe life into modern, Read more…

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Mythos

Bathhouse Bannik

There are many legends about creatures and spirits which haunt sweat tents, saunas and bathhouses.  In Russia, a creature known as the Bannik dwells within the Banya bathhouses, whose job it is to punish those which cross into its domain and break its laws.   They reveal themselves only when Read more…

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Mythos

Furia

The Furia are infamous among the Greek and Roman mythologies as fearsome women who avenged crimes against the natural order.  They were particularly concerned with homicide, violence, and traitorous acts against the gods.  Upon capturing a criminal worthy of drawing their attention, the furia were known to inflict insanity upon Read more…

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Mythos

Ouroboros

The Ouroboros is a Greek word meaning ‘tail devourer,’ and is one of the oldest mystical symbols in the world.  It appears as a serpent or a dragon eating its own tail, perceived as enveloping itself, where the past (the tail) appears to disappear but really moves into an inner Read more…

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Mythos

Chupakabra

Officially, chupakabras are coyotes or other canine animals infected with a mange-like parasite which leaves the animals hairless with sunken, shrivelled bodies the size of a small bear and a pronounced spinal ridge.  The animals are reported to attack and drink the blood of livestock, leaving puncture wounds in the Read more…

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Mythos

Rakshasa

The great battle of Asuras involved the march of their soldiers upon the mountain of gods like “ants crawling up a hill.”  By meditation on war, armor, and weaponry, the Asura overcame their Deava enemies through assimilation of demons, spirits, and ghosts: either corporeal beings of physical demonic body, one Read more…

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