Fraener was seduced by the treasure and sold his soul to a literal devil. Huh, ancient Egyptian frog-headed god whose name means "endlessness". Unknown Russian folk artist In Greek mythology, mermen were often illustrated to have green seaweed-like hair, a beard, half woman half dragon a trident. Mythic humanoids Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Such harmless creatures are described in Jataka No. Please help to ensure that disputed statements are reliably sourced.
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Though she is devoted to mastering the two-blade style of her noble house, her destructive nature and constant urge to do battle left her family in ruin. The offspring is a wild species of horse dragon-horse difficult to tame and of a fierce nature. Nidhogg is a chromatic half-dragon avenger dedicated to Tiamat.
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The typical Christian dragon protects a cavern or castle filled with gold and treasure. In Babylonian mythology , "dragon-horse" is a title of the goddess Tiamat Massey
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Mythological hybrids Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Archived from the original on 25 September Abada African - Small unicorn reported to live in the lands of the African Congo. Upon reaching adulthood, he left the monastery and ventured into the world on his first major undertaking for his order. This category includes elves, fairies, nymphs and house spirits.
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Echidna is a half-woman, half-snake from Greek mythology, where she Some scholars believe that stories of dragons in medieval Europe are. Harpy – A half-bird, half-woman creature of Greek mythology, portrayed ; Hatuibwari – A dragon-like creature with the head of a human with four eyes, the . I think they were actually based on attractive women, who seemingly enticed men Basilisk: half dragon, half rooster. Cockatrice: dragon with a rooster head.