mystic and Mythology creatures

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Pegasus

Pegasus is a horse that has wide white wings .In Greek mythology mentioned that Pegasus was born from the blood when Perseus cut off Medusa’s head. Mentioned also that the Pegasus ridden by Bellerophon to fight the Chimera. Pegasus is a horse that has wings and an excellent pilot. Pegasus is the result of Medusa and Poseidon relationship is painful. Was born from Medusa when her head cut off by Perseus. Bellerophon tamed and serve by his hill during his adventures, including when Bellerophon killed Chimaera. When Bellerophon wanted to fly Pegasus to Mount Olympus, he was knocked down by Zeus. But Pegasus still flying and successfully arrived at the mountain Olympus. This is where Pegasus spends his days carrying lightning for Zeus.

Dragon

The first thing to understand about dragons is there devotion. They are devoted to the side they choose early on in life. If they choose the good, they will stay there; if they choose darkness, they will stay there. There is only one time in history that a dragon has ever changed sides, and there is question as to if this was not his plan all along. They are also very devoted to their friends, allies, and riders. A dragon will choose a one rider, who it becomes extremely close to. They must be pure in heart for a good dragon to choose them, or very evil for a bad dragon to choose them. It is this devotion that makes dragons one of the noblest creatures. In their entire lifetime, a dragon may lay up to three eggs. Due to their generally solitary attitudes, it is rare for them to ever mate and to lay three is practically unheard of. They live extremely long live though, up to 400 years. The average dragon life is 300 years though. This fact makes it hard to be certain exactly how often they mate and most things about this process are still a mystery. When a dragon hatches it is about the length of a man’s forearm. In a month, they have doubled in size, and in a year they are the size of a horse. Once a dragon reaches adulthood, its head is about 15 feet above the ground. Including head, neck, body, and tale, it is around 50 feet long. It is believed that dragons never stop growing throughout their long lives, even though it does slow to almost nothing. Dragons have razor sharp claws that they use to pick up and rip into their prey. They usually feed on deer or animals like them; anything much smaller is nothing but a snack. The main physical difference between wyverns, cockatrice, and dragons, is that dragons have four limbs and wings. Although dragons are not as affective fliers as wyverns because of their added weight, they more than make up for this fact it the great strength of their wings. A single blow from a dragon wing could easily kill a man. Except on their wings, they are completely covered by scales. Dragons rarely lose their scales, when they do they are very valuable artifacts because of their magical properties. Dragon’s magic is very powerful. They can give people magical abilities to some extent, although this is usually reserved for their riders. They can also breath and bend elements. The most common is the ability to breath fire. There is also the ability to breath water and wind, while other dragons can bend earth and lighting. In extreme cold, a dragon’s ability to breath water can be changed into ice. Likewise, in when near a volcano, the ability to bend earth is extended to bending lava.

Harpies
Harpy, in Greek mythology tells that the harpy was a winged animals have a body like a hawk and has reported that woman head. Legend tell that harpy like to steal the body of the dead, and the stench spread of food poisoning in its path desa2.


Griffin
Griffins consist of the body of a lion with the head and wings of an eagle and prominent, pointy ears. They have talons on their forelegs, which they can use to snatch up prey. Their hind legs have paws, as would a normal lion, which allows them to jump extremely well. They are usually solitary creatures that do no spend much time with anyone. The exception to this is their mate. Once a griffin chooses a mate, it is for life. Even if a griffin’s mate dies, it will never take a new mate. They seem to have a general quarrel with horses, and a general dislike and distrust of dragons. Few humans ever speak to one, although they respect elves and feel a bond with harpies. When a female lays her eggs, she lays them in a cave with a small opening. The male generally hunts for food while the female watches over her three ostrich sized eggs. The female leaves three or four times a day to stretch her wings and will occasionally do a little hunting. They guard their young with great ferocity and raise them carefully. Griffins regard their children as the most important things that they will ever have. It is because of this that the bond between griffin parents and their children is so strong.


Werewolves
Werewolves is basically a man who has the ability to “change form” to the form of animals, especially in form of wolf. Werewolves could change based on their own wishes or encouragement from the outside just as the moon can be full moon. People can be Werewolves by bites from or derived from birth ( son of Werewolves) Werewolves have a very good regeneration, so they do not grow old, but this does not make them abadi.Menusuk heart or brain can kill them


Loch Ness
Loch Ness legend from lochness is scotlandia.Reported that animals from the dinosaur era who managed to survive the meteor blast and survived until kini.Ditemukan in scotland in 1930, has a Lochness estimated body length by 45 feet, rough skin and dark brown. Many people believe that lochness is a Plesiosaur, although until now there has been no sufficient evidence of the existence of lochness or not.


Troll
Troll from Scandinavia legend stating that the troll is the spirit that lives in caves in a hill. At nightfall they would go out to kidnap a woman and anak2.Ada two trolls, giant-sized Giant and the Dwarfs are small.


Cerberus
Based on Greek myth, Cerberus is the 3-headed giant dog guarding the entrance to the Hades.Cerberus was the son of Typhon and Echidna.in Greek legend says that Orpheus, Aeneas and Odysseus able to pass Cerberus and into the underworld or Hades.


Naga / Nagini
most people know that Indonesia is called the Dragon is the Dragon. But the Dragon was actually a different mythological creatures with the Dragon. Dragon appeared on Hindu and Buddhist culture, probably from India and surrounding areas. Dragon is a creature half snake, half human, sometimes described as a giant snake. The man called the Dragon, while the female version is called Nagini. Dragon is often seen as an entity that is evil, but not infrequently also seen as guardians of the river or lake.


Ghoul
Ghoul is a monster from ancient Arabic, said the monster was also written in the Quran (i’m not sure, cause never read). Ghoul initially regarded as a Jinn, but as time passed, Ghoul is more often described as a kind of zombie or a vampire. Ghoul is a creature that lived in the desert and it preys on other travelers Ghoul often the graves and devour the corpse.


Echidna
Echidna is a creature from Greek mythology, often portrayed as a woman half snake that lived in the cave. With her husband Typhon, Echidna bear different kinds of terrifying creatures that appear in Greek mythology, because it Echidna got the title Mother of all Monsters. Echidna and Typhon had fought against the gods of olympus but lost. Typhon then sealed under a mountain Etna. While Echidna and anak2nya were left off to be a challenge for the next Greek heroes. However Echidnya eventually killed by Panoptes Argus, a hundred-eyed titan.


Mermaid
Mermaid (or Merman for men) has been discussed since 5000 BC. Even Christopher Columbus said he has seen in his travels. In the English fairy tales they would be regarded as a curse or a warning of disaster.


Gorgon
Gorgon is a bad woman with fangs and snakes alive as a substitute for hair. Legend has it if people see the face of the Gorgon would turn into stone. The possibility of the most famous Gorgon was Medusa who was the only woman among the greatest 3 brothers (the other is Stheno and Euryale). Because of huge Medusa, Perseus can only kill him by cutting his head as he saw his own reflection in the shield of Perseus. Greek Gorgon description used to describe the crime.


Chimaera
Bred by Typhoeus and Echidna, Chimaera has 3 heads, namely lion, goat and serpent. The body also is mixed with the body of the front of the lion, the goat, and serpent to its tail. He took a breath of fire. He devastating mempora-Lycia, killing cattle and burned until he was killed by Bellerophon.


Centaur
Centaurs are half-horse and half-human. They have the horse’s body and the human’s torso and head. The hair on their heads matches that on the rest of their bodies. Males have manes that run from their heads down their spines and connect with the horse body. The females are smaller than the males, who can grow up to 7½ feet tall. They also have long life spans of up to 300 years. They also have a great interest in the stars and have astronomical calendars. Originally they are generally open to humans and interaction sought it. Early on, humans and centaurs were great allies and the highly educated of the two races would often exchange information with each other. Now centaurs are skeptical of humans, but generally fell that it is their obligation to protect or even fight alongside humans. A centaur’s word of honor is an unbreakable vow that he would rather die than break. Some say that a centaur actually cannot break a promise and that he must keep it.


Cockatrice
Very similar to a wyvern, cockatrice are the size of a giant chicken. When they stand up, they are only 3 or 4 feet tall, but head to tale are up to 9 feet long. They have a magical power to turn people to stone wither by breathing on them, or touching them with the point of their tale. They can fly, although not very gracefully, and are scaled. They have two teeth that carry a poison in them. To living flesh, it will kill the skin and anything it contacts. When it has turned something into stone though, the poison will return the prey into its original state so that it may be eaten. Even after death, the tale of a cockatrice will still turn one into stone. Cockatrice, unlike dragons, are evil creatures and there is no record of any that side with the good.


Dryad
Dryads are female tree spirits. There are no male dryads and so their reproduction is different from many other creatures. They are tree nymphs that live in the forest. They are born with a certain tree and if the tree dies, then so does the dryad. Dryads watch over the forests in which they live and guard it from invaders. They make sure that other creatures do not cut down trees in the forest. In later years, dryad numbers have begun to wane and they cannot protect the forest as they use to. This problem is only added to by their love of song and dance. They spend much of the time that they should be protecting in festivals. One cannot say if dryads are good or evil. They are almost always on the side of good on the whole, but they can sometimes attack or turn against those who are not evil.


Ents
Ents are like great, moving trees. They are not actually trees, which are stationary and mindless, and will take great offence at being called so. They have the ability to walk, talk, and carry out functions as humans would. They have no need to make homes or tools, they live out in the forest and use what they have as tools. The forests that they live in, they are also responsible for protecting. They generally stay in the same area and form councils consisting of several ents. In their councils they usually discuss such things are rain fall, forest growth, and occasionally what is happening in the outside world. There does not seem to be a life span on ents. They seem to grow just as a normal tree would, collecting light and water. Even if their was a life span on ents, it is far to long for anyone to know of because no one has lived that long.


Hypogrif
There are many different spellings of the name for this creature. Hypogrif, Hypsography, Hypogrif, Hipogriph, Hippogriff, or Haplography are the main spellings. No matter how it is spelled, the creature is the same. A hypogrif (this is the spelling I will use) is a cross between a griffin and a horse. Yet griffins and horses are mortal enemies, which makes a hypogrif an extremely rare creature. There have been attempts to bread griffins and horses, but almost all of these have failed. It shares many traits with the Pegasus, the main anatomical difference being the head. Hypogrifs are also faster than the Pegasus. They are described as being as fast as lightening. This fact makes hypogrifs the best aerial mount by far. They are also much easier to train then griffins and other flying creatures. Hypogrifs are almost always good, but they can could be trained for evil.


Minotaur
Minotaurs are giant bulls that stand on their hind legs. They wield either axes or hammers. They enjoy fighting and killing anything. They are considered to be primitive by humans. The only time they attack humans is when they feel that their land is being invaded. This shows they are territorial and will kill intruders. Their love for killing has been their greatest downfall. Because they are so territorial, they often kill off potential mates. And even though they are far stronger than any human, they will take on groups of humans and will die for their rash decisions. They are evil creatures that enjoy destruction. It is estimated they live anywhere between 60 and 100 years, but it is hard to tell since they spend all of their time away from humans and civilization.


Pheonix
Pheonix are noble birds with red and gold feathers. They live for thousands and thousands of years because of their unique ability. When a pheonix comes to the end of its life (about 20 years) it builds itself a nest and then bursts in flame. From the ashes the pheonix is reborn. It can also do this if it is wounded or some how becomes ill. In this way the can practically live forever. Pheonix tears have a magical healing property that will heal any wound. The pheonix is a symbol of light and goodness. It watches over the events in the world and often takes action to push things towards good using magic. No one is sure if new pheonix are ever born, but it is assumed that they are at some point, but this is pure speculation.


Wyvern:

A wyvern is a reptilian animal that is similar to a dragon. It is smaller than a dragon and is not able to breathe any element, as most dragons can. It has two hind legs, which it puts most of its weight on. Its front limbs are an arm like wing that it uses to climb or to fly. Wyverns are more agile than both cockatrice and dragons. They are generally skinner and quicker. They generally do not carry riders. The only exceptions are when there is a great need to or if they are trained to. At one point a breed of wyverns was developed specifically to carry human riders, but other than that, it is usually too much strain on the wyvern to carry a full sized human. Elves, on the other hand, can be carried due to their lightness. Wyverns are not necessarily good or evil. Unlike most races that almost always take one side, the wyverns are split. Generally, they are good, but there are a large percentage that side with evil. About two out of three side with the good, but there is always that third.


Medusa
Medusa began life as the daughter of a very pleasant, so make Athens jealous. Beauty Medusa Poseidon’s attention. He seduced Medusa, but unfortunately he did dikuil Athens. This makes Athens so angry. He then changed the Gorgon Medusa. Because Medusa is actually a human being so he is not immortal. Deemed insufficient punishment, Athena helped Perseus to hunt down and kill Medusa.Ketika Perseus cut off her head, Pegasus and Medusa Chrysaor children with Poseidon unfold. Medusa’s blood fell on the Lybian desert and turned into a snake. Later one of these snakes kill Mopsus.


Ogre
Ogre is usually described as a giant, evil and a monster. We usually see a story about Ogre in fairy tales and folklore. If the Ogre in the art world is described by the head of a large, long-haired and bearded, greedy, and have a strong body. And the story they are also often interfere with human.


Samael
Samael is one of 7 archangels in the mythology that spread in the region of ancient Palestine. Samael told as a good angel and bad. Samael’s name means “Poison of God”. Samael is sometimes also get the title as Angel of Death.

Samael is the ruler of heaven to the head 5 and 2 million other angels. Samael live in paradise level to 7. Samael is mentioned as a figure who fought with Jacob, but also as a figure holding the hand of Abraham to sacrifice his son time.

In mythology in ancient Palestine, before Eve (Eve), Adam had another wife is Lilith. Because feud with Adam, Lilith removed from the Garden of Eden. Then Lilith became the wife of Samael, and gave birth to the forces of Satan. Some sources say that Samael was the original name of Lucifer before he fell to earth. Snake that appears in the Garden of Eden is also the reincarnation of Samael, because it described as other than an angel, she is also often described as a winged snake.


Banshee
Banshee comes from Irish mythology and is usually known as the spirit of women. They are regarded as the angel of death and is believed to come from another world. They are usually known as part of the idolatry of ancient Celtic religion which they are subordinate to God. Spirits, or ancestors. In the UK they are known as fairies. According to legend, banshee will wander outside the house howling if someone in the house was going to die.


Cyclops
Cyclops is a member of the human race of ancient giants, who have one eye in the middle of her forehead. Cyclops was described as Homer and Hesiod. According to Hesiod, Cyclops named Brontes, Steropes, and Arges are the children of Uranus (sky) and Gaia (earth), while based on Homer’s Cyclops said to the son of Poseidon and Thoosa named Polyphemus who was the Cyclops.


Unicorn
Unicorn is usually described as a horse with a long horn is led, but the original has a beard like a goat, a lion’s tail, and a split nail. Unicorn is the only legendary creature that does not frighten people, and usually described as being smooth. Told it is unlikely to capture a unicorn. Horns are said to neutralize poison. Unicorn was first known as the Indus valley civilization (3300-1700SM).


Satyr
Satyrs originally seen as a friend goats gods in ancient Greek society. The first picture is the satyrs normal men, although often seen by the pubic that an erection. Then combined with the Roman mythology, which began to be described as half-human (top) and half-goat (the lower). Satyrs are depicted as being naughty, destructive and dangerous, shy and cowardly. In the past they were often described as having horns pat on the head, and a younger look have a lot of problems.


Giant
Giant or a giant monster is described as having extraordinary strength and larger size than humans. They appear in the Bible (the story of King David and Goliath). In mythology they are often described as having a conflict with the gods and is usually associated with chaos and the wild. They appear at the beginning with ancient Greek culture in which they are known as the Gigantes, creatures born of Gaia fertilized with the blood of Uranus when he was castrated.


Scylla
Scylla according to Greek legend, was a creature that has 6 heads and 12 kaki.Scylla believed that once he was a water witch and then changed into a monster by Circe.Setelah turned into a monster, he spent his life to get revenge on a passing sailor at sea .


Kirin
Kirin or mahluh Qilin is half-horse half-dragon, was originally derived from the mythology of China, but spread throughout the east asia. Real animals that are considered ‘close’ kirin is a giraffe (confused right? >.<), Reportedly been regarded as a giraffe Kirin. In the mythology of China, kirin is a sacred animal that has good qualities, but kirin could be wild animals and terrible when threatened. It is said that kirin tempat2 only appear in the dikuasain by good rulers and wise.


Chrysaor
Chrysaor is the brother of Pegasus. Little is known of Chrysaor but then he was known as a strong-hearted soldier and brave. His name means sword of gold. He fathered Geryon. His appearance is unknown, but based on stories he was not seen as in general. He is likely for the giant.


Elf
Elf is a creature born of German mythology. Elf typically human form of very small and usually has a duty as the god of fertility, usually in his description Elf is a young man or young woman who is very beautiful in the forest and underground. They described the privilege of eternal life and the power of magic.


Leviathan
Leviathan is a sea monster one of the most legendary. Leviathan is one of the leaders in the Jewish Talmud (Old Testament, the Bible) which is a vicious monster who sailed samudera.Leviathan said to be the greatest, the sea serpent (sea serpent) is the largest, and strongest, and the Bible is represented as something evil . According to an ancient Jewish legend, the Leviathan eat a whale’s tail in a day and has eyes that glow in the darkness of the night when the Leviathan jumped in the ocean and attacked the ship.

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