Today on ImaginaryCreatureAuthority, we present Ten Mythical Creatures! These are ten Spirits of the Unknown.
These today are mostly Evil Foul creatures.
The winged pig is a mythical creature that can either be an unclean spirit (probably has to do with pigs being unclean animals in Jewish culture) or funny cute creatures. (e.g. When Pigs Fly)
In original Middle Eastern folklore, Ifrits are fire demons. Basically Balrogs. Islamic religion holds them to be a “class” of Jinn.
Ghosts or Evil Spirits that use Slime to mind control their victims.
These are creepy old ladies that got in too deep with ghosts and things. They are permanently mutated by evil spirits, so they live alone with fifty or so cats.
These phantoms breathe poisonous gas everywhere they go. They are very creepy.
In mythology, death heads are hideous and gross creatures. They are skulls with their guts trailing behind them. (yeah, gross.) The name death head just means skull in general, but this is a specific creature. A variant is the Vampire Pumpkin, a pumpkin with guts trailing behind it.
OK, let’s take a break from all this creepiness.
Everyone feel better? OK, here we go.
These are skeleton monsters of any sort, other than human. For instance a skeleton dragon.
We all know what vampires are. Blood sucking monsters that turn into bats.
These are basically the giraffe version of ghosts.
From Norse mythology, this is one type of creature living in Jotunheim. The others are Jotuns, Ettins, Vulture-headed-giants, Wolf-headed-giants, Warks, Ice Giants, Fire Giants, Rock Giants, and their servants trolls. One was married to Loki, in some versions. They live in the Iron Wood with the Troll-wives.
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