The most famous fantastic or mythological beings

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The most famous fantastic or mythological beings
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Nephilim
Nephilim
The Nephilim or Nephilim (in the Hebrew language "Nephilim", in the plural, which comes from nafál: "fall", and hence "the fallen" or "those who make fall") are beings that are mentioned several times in the Bible. According to Genesis, they would be the descendants of the "sons of God" (angels or more likely believers) and the "daughters of men" (incredulous) who lived before the flood. The same name is used to refer to some giants who lived in Canaan at the time of the Israelite conquest The Septuagint translates this expression as γίγαντες (giants) and the Vulgate as "giants."

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Jorōgumo
Jorōgumo
The stories tell that in the Edo period a beautiful woman attracts men in a hut and they start playing a Biwa, or a type of Japanese lute. While the victim is distracted by the sound of the instrument, he joins his victim in spider silk threads in order to devour the unsuspecting as his next meal. According to legend, when a spider is 400 years old, it gains magical powers. Stories of Jorōgumo can be found in the Edo period works such as “Taihei-Hyakumonogatari” (太平 百 物语) and “Tonoigusa” (宿 直 草). In many of these stories, Jorōgumo changes his appearance in a beautiful woman to ask a samurai to marry her, or takes the form of a young woman with a baby. A Jorōgumo is also known as the owner of the Joren waterfall (浄 蓮 の 滝) in Izu, Shizuoka. Legend has it that a man was resting at the foot of the waterfall when his feet were tied with a large number of spider threads. To free himself, he cut the threads but in vain, he was tied to a log, taken from the ground and dragged into the waters. After this incident at the Joren waterfall, the villagers, fearful of the spider, stopped going to the waterfall. However, one day, a lumberjack from outside the city, without realizing the history of Jorōgumo Joren, began cutting wood in the area. When he accidentally dropped the ax into the water, he dived into the pool to find it, and a beautiful woman appeared and returned the ax, telling him not to tell anyone about it. One day, while drunk, he told her his secret and fell into a deep dream of never waking up again.


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Tengu
Tengu
Type of creature belonging to Japanese religious folklore. It is considered a type of Shinto god (kami) or yōkai (supernatural creature). Although they were named after a Chinese demon that looked similar to a Tiangou, the original form of the tengu was that of a bird of prey and they were represented with human and bird characteristics. The oldest representations of the tengu had spikes, which later became an extremely long nose, which today is the representative feature of the tengu in the popular imagination. Buddhism has interpreted the Tengu as destructive demons and omens of war. His image gradually changed to protective beings, however, they were still considered dangerous and were spirits of mountains and forests.

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Kappa
Kappa
Japanese aquatic monster, which is accused of being responsible for drowning by attracting people to the water. It was believed that if faced with a Kappa there was only one means of escape: the Kappas, for one reason or another, become obsessed with being kind, so if you give a gesture of deep reverence (bowing Japanese style) most likely is that the Kappa return it. In this way, the water in his head will spill and the Kappa would become unable to leave the inclined position until the vessel was filled with water from the river in which he lived. If a man had to do this, it was believed that the Kappa will serve him for all eternity. They are also very knowledgeable about medicine, and the legend says that he taught the human the art of bone configuration of mankind. Due to these benevolent aspects, some sanctuaries are dedicated to the worship of Kappa that were useful in their villages.

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Kitsune
Kitsune
Animal that constitutes an element of singular importance in Japanese folklore, to the point where this word is traditionally used to name that spirit of the forest in the form of a fox, whose classical function is to protect forests and villages. According to Japanese mythology, the fox is an intelligent being who possesses magical abilities, which he increases with age and the acquisition of knowledge. Moreover, the age, wisdom and power of a kitsune are also greater as the number of tails increases, the most powerful being the nine-tailed kitsune.


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Estirge
Estirge
Stirges are flying beings that suck blood to live. Its physical form is similar to that of a bird with bat wings, yellow eyes similar to those of an insect and 4 medium legs with which its victims are seized very efficiently. It also has a huge and elongated beak with the blood sucks its victims. Once the estirge has attacked and has begun to suck it is practically impossible to separate it from the body of its victim, except by killing it. They drain about 2 liters of blood each time they attack, so when they finish sucking they are quite swollen. Victims usually perish at that time, especially children and smaller beings.

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Ettin
Ettin
An ettin is an evil and smelly giant with two heads. Physically it is very similar to an ogre; They have huge fangs and have skin so hard and grayish that it seems covered with a short fur coat. However, its size can double that of ogres. In fact, "ettin" comes from the English word "eoten," a disused word that means "giant."

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Drider
Drider
A drider is a spawn from a drow that has been repudiated by his goddess. In the drow society there is a great veneration of the spider goddess, Lolth. When a drow reaches a certain degree of development, whether as a warrior, magician, etc., he is subjected to a special test commissioned by Lolth. Dr Lock, Todd Lockwood Those who fail the test receive a goddess curse and are banished from their community. The curse transforms them into beings that maintain the upper part of drow, but the lower part of their body is that of a giant spider, usually with 8 legs. The driders retain the same qualities they had when they were drows; the ability to cast spells, infravision, mastery of the bow and, above all, the ax and the sword. Obviously, they also retain the aversion to light and their hatred for surface creatures.


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Skinning
Skinning
It is a dark, evil and incredibly inhuman creature that feeds on the brains of humans, elves and other humanoids. It is also known as illithid or illicide. Physically, it has mauve skin and 4 tentacles similar to those of an octopus come out of its mouth. In combat, he uses one or more tentacles with which he strikes his opponent's brain until the time comes that he pulls and kills his victim.

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Contemplator
Contemplator
The beholder is a monstrous and evil being of exceptional intelligence, very aggressive and greedy. It is known as "the tyrant eye", since it is a globular body with a giant eye, more or less spherical, and with about 10 long peduncles. His body is covered with chitin, which gives it great hardness and acts almost like an armor. The peduncles also have eyes and are located at the top of the sphere. It also has a huge mouth with sharp teeth.

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Liche
Liche
A liche is a living dead whose body and soul have been separated by a ritual of necromancy.


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Lamasu
Lamasu
The lamasu is a powerful winged bull designed to protect temples and valuable sacred objects. It is said of this formidable creature that manages to combine the strength of the bull, the freedom of the eagle and the intelligence of man, since it has the body and horns of a gray bull, the wings of a giant eagle and the head of a human being male.

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Wyvern
Wyvern
Wyverns are huge winged reptiles of the dragon family. Morphologically they are very similar to dragons except for the size, much smaller in the case of the wyvern, and the fact that a wyvern has only hind legs. Intellectually they are quite inferior to their cousins, the great dragons, since they do not have the great intelligence of these. Nor is his flight as agile as that of a dragon, in fact, a wyvern cannot fly with a creature of considerable weight.

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Basilisk
Basilisk
The conditions for the birth of a basilisk occur are quite complicated; the basilisk will be born from an egg rejected by the chicken and that is not oval, but round. This egg must be incubated by a reptile. The basilisk has the body and face of a rooster, the neck and tail of a reptile and ugly bat wings. The males also have crest and beards. The tail has scales and is topped with some feathers. His eyes are bright red.

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Nightmare
Nightmare
Nightmares are evil steeds that inhabit lower planes, where evil is most powerful. Its appearance is very similar to that of a large horse, usually black, with bright red eyes, like the nostrils. Their mane is orange flames and their helmets are burning embers.


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Cyclops
Cyclops
Cyclops are one-eyed giants, very strong, stubborn and abruptly emotional. Its only eye is large and is located in the center of the forehead. Special powers are attributed to this eye, since it is capable of disintegrating almost anything with a look.

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Rakshasa
Rakshasa
Coming from an ancient Hindu race of mythological beasts, the rakshasas are demonic creatures that inhabit the form of a humanoid feline.

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Homunculus
Homunculus
A homunculus is a tiny being created artificially in a laboratory. The creation of these beings occurs through a ritual in which the genetic material of the creator is needed, usually blood and some piece of skin, which are mixed with a special potion based on clay, ashes, mandrake roots and water of spring.

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Mummy
Mummy
A mummy is a revived and preserved corpse through the centuries through dark and ritualistic secrets. The mummification process consists in the maintenance of the body avoiding its decomposition and, it can be natural; if a corpse has been preserved in a rarefied atmosphere, for example, in a dense swamp, or artificial; if the body has been preserved through potions and magic ointments. Mummy, by Kev Walker The mummy's resuscitation process is jealously guarded by priests and shamans who worship dark desert gods.

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Wildfire
Wildfire
Fatty fire is an evil being, of an optical nature, that lives in swamps and marshes. Its appearance is that of a ball of light with a weak brightness, so they can be easily confused with some source of lighting. Fatty fires can change their shape and color at will. They are beings of agile flight that can float, motionless, in the same position, the time they need. They can also move as quickly as a ray of light. Fatty fires measure about a meter and have exceptional intelligence. They rarely fight hand-to-hand since they prefer to deceive their victims and attract them to swamps. If they fight melee their light turns blue, green or violet. They use a powerful electric charge to fight their victims.


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Satyr
Satyr
Satyrs are wild creatures of the mountains and forests that are characterized by their carefree, cruel and lascivious character. Physically they are like humans with very hairy heads and arms. They have small black horns and the lower extremities of a goat. His skin and hair are a dark brown or reddish brown. They can measure up to 3 meters high.

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Roc
Roc
Rocs are giant birds that live in warm and mountainous areas. Physically they are like huge eagles with a brown and golden plumage. Some rocs can also be entirely red or black but, regardless of their color, no one is happy to see them as they are considered to be carriers of bad omens.

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Harpy
Harpy
A harpy is an unpleasant and horrible being, partly female and partly vulture. The lower part of his body and the wings are vulture, and the torso and the face of a woman, specifically a witch. His hair is thick, hard and matted, like a scourer, and he has rotten teeth. They do not usually wear clothes and are always wrapped in a foul odor. They are beings so dirty that they infect other beings by attacking them with their claws. His language is based on a kind of screams and very unpleasant caresses. However, harpies can sing, quite gracefully, a magical song capable of bewitching those who listen to it, especially humans and semi-humans. They use this song when they are caught or when they want to attract occasional travelers to their lair.

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Hippocampus
Hippocampus
A hippocampus is a hybrid with fish and horse characteristics. Physically it has the head, the torso and the upper legs of the horse, although the hooves are replaced by fins. The bottom is that of a large fish, with a tail that can reach up to 4 meters long. His body is covered with scales except the part that is horse, which has short hair. Its color varies between green and blue.

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Ogre
Ogre
The ogres are huge humanoids with a rough and unpleasant appearance, bad character and very guerrillas. An ogre is about 3 meters tall, has dark green or even violet skin, and full of warts. He also has abundant hair by the body of very dark color. Its foul smell is noticeable quite a distance. The ogres live in tribes and adapt well to any climate, so they can be found in mountains, plains and drylands.


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Shadow
Shadow
Shadows are undead that form in darkness and drain living beings. They are so dark that they are only detectable with a very bright light, the rest of the time they look like common shadows. Shadow, by Jason Engle His origin is magical; a wizard cast a curse on a dead enemy and from there came the first shadow. Shadows have been hanging around ruins, cemeteries and dungeons ever since.

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Troll
Troll
A troll is a horrible humanoid that is characterized by its ability to adapt and regenerate. Physically, he's a really disgusting spawn. Its skin is an irregular skin of blue, gray or green. His eyes are dark and hollow. It measures between 2 and 3 meters and can develop enormous strength. Trolls can walk upright but slightly inclined and, despite their posture, they are very agile beings and excellent climbers. In addition to their skill and enormous strength, trolls have more advantages over other beings, such as infravision and their developed sense of smell.

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Orc
Orc
An orc is a degenerate species of elves, evil and dark. They are humanoids with long arms and arched legs, hunched figure, with gray-green skin, snout and highly developed canine teeth. They measure between 1.6 and 1.8 meters and usually live about 40 years. They are beings from the mountains that live from hunting and looting.

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Zombie
Zombie
A zombie is a living dead whose corpse has been brought back to life through a dark ritual. The origin of zombies For hundreds of years, sorcerers and shamans have raised bodies through voodoo rituals with the sole purpose of turning these rotten bodies into slaves. Black magic and necromancy manage to turn them into true automatons that, deprived of all intelligence or humanity, are capable of carrying out the most perverse orders.

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Manticore
Manticore
The manticore is a monstrous being with a lion's body, bat wings and a human head. It is a creature not too intelligent but very fierce and powerful. Its head is that of a human being, with a beard, dense Leonine hair and a very sharp denture. The wings are those of a huge bat and the rest of its body is that of a giant lion except the tail, whose final part is topped by a sting very similar to that of the scorpion and with poisonous spikes. It can measure about 5 meters long and up to 3 meters high.


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Naga
Naga
Nagas are semi-divine Hindu snakes with torso and human face, usually of women. Some legends say that they could be found in the form of a water snake in ancient watery areas of Pakistan. Naga, by Boris Vallejo They are cold-blooded beings that have beautiful scales, large, bright eyes, almost luminescent, and measure between 3 and 6 meters. The nagas have a great charm, a quality that makes them very powerful without resorting to violence. They are enormously intelligent, wise and patient. Proof of this is that they are able to spend still hours watching an enemy. In addition, they rest in a semi-conscious state so they can hardly be surprised.

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Banshee
Banshee
Banshees are the Irish fairies of death, coming from legends and Celtic mythology. Her name means "fairy woman" and "woman of the hills", as she sometimes appears wandering the hills, where she even remains several days aimlessly. Banshee, by Carlos Alberto Santos. Her appearance is that of an ethereal woman, sometimes a young maiden and, on others, an old and disgusting witch. His face is pale and his eyes are red, almost bloody, from pain and crying. According to legend, he usually dresses in green or blue and wears a gray cape.

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Sphinx
Sphinx
A sphinx is a being with a lion's body and a human head dressed in a headdress of the gods. In Egyptian mythology the sphinx is a male statue with the body of a lion, the torso of a man and sometimes with wings. Human heads were representations of kings. One of the most admired sphinxes is that attributed to King Khaf-Ra. It represents the king with the body of a lion lying down. In Greek mythology the sphinx was a demon that foreshadowed bad luck, death and destruction. Its description remains that of a winged lion with a human torso but, in this case, it is a female torso with a snake tail. This sphinx lay on the rocks and threw riddles to whoever passed by. If the passerby did not hit the puzzle, he was strangled by the sphinx with his tail. The name of the sphinx comes from the Greek sphingo and means "the strangler."

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Giant
Giant
The giant is a humanoid-looking creature that is characterized by its enormous size and strength. The giants appear in countless legends and many of the catastrophes that have been experienced throughout history are attributed to them. The ancients believed they were able to break mountains and cause avalanches, or to dry an entire river by drinking from its flow.

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Genius
Genius
Geniuses are magical beings that live in the elementary planes of air, fire, earth and water. We can find them frequently in the primary material plane, although they can also travel to any elementary plane and the astral plane. When the primary material plane is found it is usually by invocation of some sorcerer or priest.


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Ghost
Ghost
Spirit or soul of the dead

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Ent
Ent
An ent is a forest guardian, hybrid between man and tree. His arms are formed by branches and his feet fit like a tree trunk. They also have long leaves that change color during winter, although they rarely fall off. They measure between 4 and 5 meters. Its skin is a thick brown bark that makes it almost indistinguishable from trees.

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Sylph
Sylph

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Gorgons or Medusa
Gorgons or Medusa
A gorgon is a warrior woman with wings and petrifying gaze. It is thought that the gorgons were part of a race of female warriors, although only three are known; Medusa, Esteno and Euríale. These sisters, daughters of the marine deities Ceto and Forcis, formed one of the most powerful and ancient triads of known mythology. They had mental, physical powers and had the gift of healing. Medusa It is known that Poseidon and Medusa desecrated the temple of the goddess Athena and, in punishment, Medusa became the only mortal of the three gorgons. In addition, she went from being a beautiful young maiden to having the monstrous appearance of her sisters. The gorgons have a horrible hair formed by live snakes, in addition, they have wild boar fangs, bat wings and the body covered with metal dragon scales. His feet and hands are quite similar to claws.

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Got damn
Got damn
In religion, occultism and folklore, a demon is a supernatural being described as something that is not human and that is usually malicious. However, the original Greek word "daimon" is neutral and does not contain a necessarily negative connotation in its beginnings for the ancient Greeks. This happened by the application of and later that evil meaning was attributed to any related word that shared the root, when it was originally intended to simply denote a "spirit" or a "spiritual being."


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Golem
Golem
A golem is a being created magically from elementary forces. There are arcane manuals where the process of forming a golem is explained. It is believed that the first golem created was meat in an attempt to encourage a dead man. Then it was tested with different materials such as wood and metals to get a stronger golem. The golems have to be made of some kind of elementary material and, for the moment, they only know the golems made from terrestrial materials. The body of the golem must be previously carved, either stone or metal. The driving force of a golem is an elemental spirit of land whose nature is unknown. This spirit is linked to the inert body of the golem to give it "life." The animation process of a golem is quite long, it requires a full month without interruption. In this process objects can be used to conjure as rods and scrolls so that "life" reaches the golem.

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Chimera
Chimera
The chimera is a monstrous being of dark origin, hybrid between a lion, a goat and a dragon. The front is that of a roasted and large lion. The back is that of a huge black goat. It also has gigantic dragon wings, which are usually black or red. It has 3 heads; one of dragon, another of lion and the third of male goat.

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Cerberus
Cerberus
The keeper is the gatekeeper who connects the plane of living beings with Hades. Hades is a dark region where Persephone and Hades, the rulers of the afterlife reign, and is the place where the souls of the dead go. The keeper is responsible for the fact that no mortal goes to the plane of the dead and that no spectrum goes to the plane of the living. It is a very fierce being in the shape of a three-headed dog and a tail with snakes. The eyes are red and illuminated by a supernatural light. From his fangs a deadly black poison emerges.

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Archon
Archon
Archons are heavenly beings sent by a deity to care for, avenge or judge the injustices that occur on our material plane.

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Drow
Drow
The drow are evil underground creatures descended from the elves. When declining by the forces of evil they were expelled by the forest elves into the underground caves. Gerald Brom's Drow Physically, a drow is very much like an elf, especially in elongated hands and pointed ears. However, the drow has dark skin and very light hair, usually white. They are quite thin and not very tall. They usually wear black and wear special elven layers that make them practically invisible in their surroundings.


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Fallen Angel
Fallen Angel
In Christianity, a fallen angel1 is an angel who has been expelled from heaven for disobeying or rebelling against God's commands. According to this betrayal they are fallen angels

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Valkyrie
Valkyrie
The Valkyries are goddesses of Norse mythology, daughters of Odin and powerful warrior ghosts. They look like a beautiful young Nordic warrior; tall, with marked muscles, big blue eyes, blond hair, long and braided. They like to be dressed in horned war helmets.

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Dwarf
Dwarf
Dwarves are stubborn and proud beings belonging to a noble race of semihumans. Legend has it that Eulé, a blacksmith eager to have children to whom to deliver his knowledge, carved seven dwarfs with earth and stone, and shaped them as low and strong beings.

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Hydra
Hydra
The hydra is a giant monster that has a reptilian appearance and multiple heads. Hydras have brown skin and whitish yellow belly. Its appearance is that of a reptile with amber eyes and very sharp teeth. The number of heads is variable, but is usually between 5 and 12. They are about 10 meters high.

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Leviathan
Leviathan
The leviathan is a monstrous being belonging to Hebrew mythology, mixing between a sea snake and a whale. He is a known being since ancient times. In the Bible, descriptions of leviathan are read in different passages and represents a huge sea monster created by God and symbolizing evil. It has come to be thought that it can also be a kind of giant crocodile since, in the book of Job, the leviathan represents the crocodile that must be hunted.


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Ondina
Ondina
Undines are a variety of nymphs, typical of lakes and freshwater. Its formation takes place in the same conditions as those of any nymph but, normally, it is elemental forces of water that give life to the female body. Ondina, by Keith Parkinson Undines have a bluish or green body, slightly patted fingers and toes, pointed ears and very long, blue, yellow or green hair. They can breathe in both water and air.

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Gargoyle
Gargoyle
Gargoyles are very fierce and sinister-looking magical monsters. These flying creatures have bat wings, incandescent eyes, small horns and very hard skin and covered with a layer of mineral that allows them to go unnoticed on the facades of buildings. In fact, they are often confused with part of the ornamentation of cathedrals, towers and cemeteries.

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Nymph
Nymph
In Greek mythology, a nymph (in ancient Greek, νύμφα) is a female minor deity typically associated with a particular natural place, such as a spring, a stream, a hill or a grove. The title of Olympians was applied to them, and they were said to be summoned to the meetings of the gods in Olympus and that they were daughters of Zeus. Different from the gods, nymphs are often considered divine spirits that animate nature, and are represented in works of art such as beautiful maidens, naked or half-naked, who love, sing and dance. Later poets sometimes describe them with hair the color of the sea.1 It was believed that they lived in the land: in trees, on mountain tops, in rivers, streams, ravines and caves

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Succubus and incubus
Succubus and incubus
Many believe that the succubi and the incubus are like those typical winged demons, with horn and tail. Nothing is further from reality. They are horrible demons, yes, but their appearance when they move through our world does not give them away at all.

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Centaur
Centaur
The centaur is a being with the body of a horse and the torso, arms and head of a man. It lives in balance with nature, so just hunt what you need to live and, if you cut down a tree, plant another. It is common to find them in meadows, clearings and deciduous forests. They are very sociable with other species of the forest. The centaurs are known for their spear and bow skills, although they can also use clubs and shields when fighting. They are beings of great strength, especially for their animal part. This part of the horse allows them to cook, trample and load with a spear.


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Kraken
Kraken
The kraken is a huge underwater monster that is found in oceans and deep waters. Its size is only comparable to that of certain red and gold dragons, being in many cases larger than theirs. It can measure about 90 meters high on average. When it approaches the surface and remains still it can be confused with an island.

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Minotaur
Minotaur
The minotaurs are huge humanoids with bull's head and tail, very strong and muscular. Its creation is unknown, although it is suspected that they were created by a curse. The nature of a minotaur is closer to that of an animal than that of man; They are less intelligent than humans but their senses are more acute. They have very developed smell and infravision and are also very cunning beings.

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Dryad

Dryad
Dryads are elves of trees with a feminine shape, very lonely and of great beauty. Physically they have very delicate features, similar to those of elven maidens. They have violet or dark green eyes and their hair and skin change color depending on the season. This way they can camouflage themselves in the forest without being seen. In winter their hair and skin are white, in reddish autumn, and in spring and summer they have very tanned skin and green hair.

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Witch

Witch
A sorcerer or a witch is a person who practices witchcraft. Although the typical image of a sorcerer or a witch is very variable according to culture, in the western world it is particularly associated with a witch with a woman with the ability to fly mounted on a broom, as well as with the Coven (place of witches ) and with the witch hunt (search and identification of sorcerers and witches). Some are associated with the seer with the clairvoyant or with the clairvoyant, others associate him with the shaman (who is a communication specialist with the powers of nature and with the deceased), while others associate him with a tribe wizard more aimed at healing the sick of the body and soul, etc. The witch (in feminine) is a recurring character of the contemporary imagination, which endures and is affirmed thanks to the stories, the novels, the movies, as well as through certain popular parties and their special masks.

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Tap

Tap
on very fierce flying beings, half lion and half eagle. The upper part is that of a giant eagle with golden feathers, a sharp beak and powerful claws. The bottom is that of a lion with yellow fur, muscular legs and tail. Its size is quite large, usually measuring about 3 meters.


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Elementals

Elementals
Elementals are forces of nature that dominate the elements. The primary material plane is composed of 4 elements; Fire, earth, air and water. The elementals are beings that, in the material plane, are composed of one of the 4 elements. We distinguish the elementals of fire, earth, air and water.

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Magicians

Magicians
The term magician comes from the ancient Persian maguš through the Greek μάγος and finally from the Latin magus. The original meaning of the word Magician referred to the members of a tribe of Media and then to the Persian priests. In modern terms it refers to a kind of astrologer or fortune teller, who practices magic, sorcery or witchcraft

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Werewolf

Werewolf
The werewolf, also known as a lycanthrope, is a legendary creature present in many independent cultures throughout the world. It has been said that this is the most universal of all myths (probably along with that of the vampire), and even today, many people believe in the existence of werewolves or other kinds of "beastmen." All the typical characteristics of that animal - such as ferocity, strength, cunning and speed - are clearly manifest in them, unfortunately for all those who cross their path. According to popular beliefs, this werewolf can remain with his animal appearance only for a few hours, usually when the full moon rises.

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Vampires

Vampires
A vampire is, according to the folklore of several countries, a creature that feeds on the vital essence of other living beings (usually in the form of blood) in order to stay active. In some aboriginal Eastern and American cultures, the vampire is a demonic deity or a lesser god who is part of the sinister pantheon in his mythologies. In European and Western culture, as well as in contemporary global culture, the most popular vampire prototype is that of Slavic origin, that of a human being converted after dying in an active corpse or reigning bloodsucker predator

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Unicorn

Unicorn
The unicorn is a magical animal of noble, pure and very spiritual character. Its appearance is that of a young horse, usually white, with a spiral horn, antelope legs, goatee and a lion-like tail. His eyes are deep blue and his intelligence is comparable to that of a human. It has been a symbol in several cultures of holiness, virginity and strength, in fact, it is already described in the book of Job. However, despite the numerous texts that name the unicorn, its origin is not clear. One possibility is that it has its origin in India, like a Hindu donkey, of colors very different from white.


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Mermaids

Mermaids
Mermaids are legendary creatures belonging to folklore and legends. Representation of a mermaid in the Mashhad museum (Iran). Although at first it was shown as hybrids of women and birds with which the Egyptians symbolized Ba, later the church made them representatives of voluptuousness and assimilated their songs with the appeal of false doctrines. In the West, they metamorphosed into pisciform beings from the ninth century, when Liber Monstrorum began to spread. Mermaids are marine maidens who deceive navigators with their great beauty and the sweetness of their song; from the head to the navel they have a virgin body and form similar to the human race, but they have a flaky fish tail, which they always hide in the sea

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Pegasus

Pegasus

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Elf

Elf
The elves are fragile and delicate humanoids, pointed ears, pale skin and almond eyes. They live hundreds of years, they are even thought to be immortal. Despite being less burly than humans (on average), they have greater agility and skill in their movements. An elf moves with grace and delicacy and, in such a subtle and silent way, that his presence is sometimes imperceptible. This fact allows them to stealthily follow an enemy they want to spy on, or carry out a surprise attack. An elf can be practically invisible in a forest.

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Angel

Angel
An angel is an immaterial or spiritual mythological being present in some religions whose duties are to assist and serve God. Angels are often represented as messengers of God in the Hebrew Bible, Christian Bibles and the Koran. According to the three main monotheistic religions, angels also act as messengers, executing God's judgments and serving believers. From this point of view, angels are normally considered as creatures of great purity destined in many cases for the protection of human beings. In this sense, in Christianity, one speaks of the guardian angel or guardian angel, who would be the one that God has appointed to each person to protect them

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Fairy

Fairy
A fairy (from Latin fatum: fate, destiny) is a fantastic and ethereal creature. In Greek and Roman mythology they are called Hados, but generally in the form of a beautiful woman, who according to tradition are protective of nature, product of imagination, tradition or beliefs and belonging to that fabulous world of elves, gnomes, Elves, mermaids and giants that give color to the legends and mythologies of all ancient peoples. You can provoke contact with them by developing ethereal vision according to legends. Most of them are represented with wings


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Phoenix

Phoenix
The F bird is a huge bird wrapped in flames and orange-red plumage, like fire. It is believed that he was the only animal in Eden that resisted temptation, and this made him an eternal being. Phoenix, by Mike Bierek It is a magical and fabulous being who has been portrayed in various mythologies, but symbolizes practically the same for different cultures; Immortality and resurrection. In Egypt it was called Bennu and symbolized the sun star, who dies at night and is reborn in the morning.

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Dragon

Dragon
Dragons are huge winged reptiles belonging to one of the oldest races in mythology. They are famous for their huge figure, about thirty meters, and for their magical qualities. Dragons can be classified according to the color of their scales. Within each dragon species there are categories that are based on age. The power of a dragon is increasing over the years, so that adult dragons are possibly the most powerful creatures within the mythological world. They are independent beings who rarely live in community. They prefer to have their own den, usually a large cave, where to store their belongings and precious treasures. For a dragon, its treasure is something very valuable; He makes his bed with mountains of jewels and coins and delights in looking at them.