While ogres excel in strength, they are also rather slow-witted; this doesn't mean that they should be underestimated however, since they can possess a surprisingly brutal cunning. Still, most ogres are best suited to melee clobbering, though the two-headed ones are proficient in the mystical arts as shamans, magi and priests.

While ogres excel in strength, they are also rather slow-witted; this doesn't mean that they should be underestimated however, since they can possess a surprisingly brutal cunning. Still, most ogres are best suited to melee clobbering, though the two-headed ones are proficient in the mystical arts as shamans, magi and priests.

Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s masked ritual figures.Yokai, oni, tengu and kappa, which can be translated as ghosts, monsters, ogres and goblins, are ritual figures imagined by man and embodied during festivals and ceremonies as an attempt to tame the elements and find meaning in natural events.   Juxtapoz Magazine - Japan's Ritual Ghosts, Monsters, Ogres and Goblins

Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s masked ritual figures.Yokai, oni, tengu and kappa, which can be translated as ghosts, monsters, ogres and goblins, are ritual figures imagined by man and embodied during festivals and ceremonies as an attempt to tame the elements and find meaning in natural events. Juxtapoz Magazine - Japan's Ritual Ghosts, Monsters, Ogres and Goblins

Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s masked ritual figures. Yokai, oni, tengu and kappa, which can be translated as ghosts, monsters, ogres and goblins, are ritual figures imagined by man and embodied during festivals and ceremonies as an attempt to tame the elements and find meaning in natural events.  Juxtapoz Magazine - Japan's Ritual Ghosts, Monsters, Ogres and Goblins

Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s masked ritual figures. Yokai, oni, tengu and kappa, which can be translated as ghosts, monsters, ogres and goblins, are ritual figures imagined by man and embodied during festivals and ceremonies as an attempt to tame the elements and find meaning in natural events. Juxtapoz Magazine - Japan's Ritual Ghosts, Monsters, Ogres and Goblins

Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s masked ritual figures. Yokai, oni, tengu and kappa, which can be translated as ghosts, monsters, ogres and goblins, are ritual figures imagined by man and embodied during festivals and ceremonies as an attempt to tame the elements and find meaning in natural events.  Juxtapoz Magazine - Japan's Ritual Ghosts, Monsters, Ogres and Goblins

Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s masked ritual figures. Yokai, oni, tengu and kappa, which can be translated as ghosts, monsters, ogres and goblins, are ritual figures imagined by man and embodied during festivals and ceremonies as an attempt to tame the elements and find meaning in natural events. Juxtapoz Magazine - Japan's Ritual Ghosts, Monsters, Ogres and Goblins

Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s masked ritual figures. Yokai, oni, tengu and kappa, which can be translated as ghosts, monsters, ogres and goblins, are ritual figures imagined by man and embodied during festivals and ceremonies as an attempt to tame the elements and find meaning in natural events.  Juxtapoz Magazine - Japan's Ritual Ghosts, Monsters, Ogres and Goblins

Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s masked ritual figures. Yokai, oni, tengu and kappa, which can be translated as ghosts, monsters, ogres and goblins, are ritual figures imagined by man and embodied during festivals and ceremonies as an attempt to tame the elements and find meaning in natural events. Juxtapoz Magazine - Japan's Ritual Ghosts, Monsters, Ogres and Goblins

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