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Kikiyaon (African) http://cryptidz.wikia.com/wiki/Kikiyaon

Kikiyaon (African) http://cryptidz.wikia.com/wiki/Kikiyaon

Gwagwakhwalanooksiwey- Native American myth: a giant raven that preyed upon the Kwakiutl people of Canada by eating their eyes and brains.

m Crow Gwagwakhwalanooksiwey- Native American myth: a giant raven that preyed upon the Kwakiutl people of Canada by eating their eyes and brains.

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For the Fae Folio, the Unseelie Court, published by Alluria Publishing. You can check it here [link] Fey Folio, Jack In Irons

Sketch of Yowie by Katrina Tucker following a sighting made in Acacia Hill, Northern Territory, in August 1997.

Sketch of Yowie by Katrina Tucker following a sighting made in Acacia Hill, Northern Territory, in August 1997.

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輪入道 (Wanyudo) Wanyudo is a yokai that takes the form of a burning oxcart wheel bearing the tormented face of a monk. According to folklore, he is the soul of a tyrant daimyo who was known for having.

Ga-Gorib (African) http://www.mythicalcreatureslist.com/mythical-creature/Ga-Gorib

Ga-Gorib- African myth: a spotted beast that would sit at the edge of a pit and taunt people to throw stones at him. The stone would bounce off his hide and the thrower would fall in the pit and the beast would eat him.

Title Magic: Beast of Bray Road Still Lurking ... and DISCLOSUR...

Beast of Bray Road, manwolf, dogman - called by different names, this upright canine creature has been sighted by many people. Drawing by Linda Godfrey

Mondjoli-Mbembe - Related to the kappa, these paranormal beings dwell in the swamps and marshes of Africa, and feed on fish and aquatic plants. They resemble merfolk with the heads of large birds, and are capable of teleporting large distances. When they kill fish, they allow fishermen to take half of their catch, but if they take more than they are allowed, the monsters will take revenge and the fishermen will disappear without a trace.

The mondjoli-mbembe - a bird-headed fish-man from the folklore of the Central African Republic (© Jean Claude Thibault)

Sirrush – These first were my dragon-slaying monsters, then my evil-dragon slaying monsters that hunted evil dragons and which you could summon and then I removed them from the game.

Corrupted Sirrush (Babylonian) - These wolf dragons hunt good-dragons instead of evil dragons, three of them can merge together to become a three-headed variant of insane power.

Isiququmadevu- Zulu folklore: a large, bearded, bloated, hairless, squatting creature that had an enormous mouth that could swallow an entire village. It had a beetle's body and long tail feathers. It lived near pools of water and regularly ate people. Different stories have different heroes cutting the monster open and releasing her victims.

Isiququmadevu- Zulu folklore: a large, bearded, bloated, hairless, squatting…

Yehwe zogbanu- African myth: a thirty horned, forest dwelling giant. He is a constant threat to hunters.

(Artwork by Steve Prescott) Yehwe Zogbanu Origins- Dahomey Fon (Benin) Deadly A giant troll covered with 30 horns on his head and body and a deadly threat to hunters or anyone as it is extremely territorial and will kill and eat anyone trespassing.

Arenotelicon- European myth: a large carnivorous mustelid that had a maned neck, serrated ridged back, long claws, and short fur.

Arenotelicon- European myth: a large carnivorous mustelid that had a maned neck, serrated ridged back, long claws, and short fur.

Sleipnir, an eight-legged stallion in Norse mythology.

The best famous horse in Norse mythology is Sleipnir, The son of Loki. After Loki gave birth to him, he made Sleipnir a gift to Odin. Sleipnir has 8 legs& according to Snorri he's grey in color. Only the Norse people can come up with this stuff!

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