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M-Ska-Gwe-Demoos - Producing mournful weeping sounds from deep swamps and bogs, these North American boogeymen resemble hags or banshees clothed entirely in rotting plants and with moss in place of hair. Anyone who attempts to follow the sounds of their crying will become lost in the swamps and will eventually be drowned and eaten by the hideous creatures.

M-Ska-Gwe-Demoos - Producing mournful weeping sounds from deep swamps and bogs, these North American boogeymen resemble hags or banshees clothed entirely in rotting plants and with moss in place of hair. Anyone who attempts to follow the sounds of their crying will become lost in the swamps and will eventually be drowned and eaten by the hideous creatures.

Origin: Malaysian Folklore During the day the Penanggalan will appear as a normal woman, but when darkness falls her head will detach from the body, trailing her internal organs behind her, as she hunts for food.The Penanggalan will seek the homes of pregnant women, waiting for their child to come into the world, then she will strike with a long, invisible tongue, to feed on the blood of the newborn and the mother.

During the day the Penanggalan will appear as a normal woman, but when darkness falls her head will detach from the body, trailing her internal organs behind her, as she hunts for food.

Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures

Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore these creatures have a likely origin of the Jotner in Norse mythology. Jotner were most damaging to the Norse gods , but sometimes benefit

Parandrus (Beast/Chimerae)(Large) – When the Yale evolves it’s horns become even bigger and it becomes the far more powerful and aggressive Parandrus. These slender creatures can adopt their colors to their surroundings and blend in with the background, for these reasons they are often captured by the Erlking and used as mounts for his elven armies. (Medieval)

This peculiar yale lives in the woods of Sonnelis. It poses as a common yale and lives its life.

Sogen-bi- Japanese folklore: a monk that stole money and lamp oil so he went to hell. His body burned up except his face. Now he is a floating face that is screaming in agony engulfed in fire.

Sogen-bi- Japanese folklore: a monk that stole money and lamp oil so he went to hell. His body burned up except his face. Now he is a floating face that is screaming in agony engulfed in fire.

Chipekwe - Known from Central Africa, this massive reptile has a single horn on its nose that is used for fighting rivals, and feeds on rhinoceroses and elephants. It lives mostly in wetlands and swamps, and so is rarely seen by human eyes.

Chipekwe - Known from Central Africa, this massive reptile has a single horn on its nose that is used for fighting rivals, and feeds on rhinoceroses and elephants. It lives mostly in wetlands and swamps, and so is rarely seen by human eyes.

Cadejo (Undead/Beast/Shade)(Medium) – When the Barghest evolves it not only becomes bigger it also gains a spiritual white twin copy of itself. For every horrid thing the black Cadejo does, the White Cadejo does a good deed. They are yin and yang incarnate, pure neutrality and paradox combined. They are bound by a magical chain that keeps them from harming each other. (Mexican)

Cadejo (Undead/Beast/Shade)(Medium) – When the Barghest evolves it not only becomes bigger it also gains a spiritual white twin copy of itself. For every horrid thing the black Cadejo does, the White Cadejo does a good deed. They are yin and yang incarnate, pure neutrality and paradox combined. They are bound by a magical chain that keeps them from harming each other. (Mexican)

Jack-In-Irons- England legend: a giant of Yorkshire lore who haunts lonely roads. He is covered with chains and wears the heads of his victims.

Jack-In-Irons- England legend: a giant of Yorkshire lore who haunts lonely roads. He is covered with chains and wears the heads of his victims.

Melon heads- North American legend: people or just children that have bulbous heads due to hydrocephalus. Variations if the legend exists but all revolve around a doctor Crow that experimented on children in an asylum but the kids then killed him and ran into the woods, where they kill and eat anyone who wanders into their territory.

librum-prodigiosum: “Melon heads are cryptids from North American urban legend. Described as small humanoids with grotesquely swollen heads, most of the stories come from Michigan, Ohio and Connecticut. First mentioned in the the melon heads.

Ahuizotl- Aztec myth: an aquatic creature that looked like a monkey and a dog with the hands of a raccoon. It also had a hand at the end of its long tail. It would cry like a baby, and then grab the person who came looking with its tail hand. It drowned them and ate their nails, teeth, and eyes

Hi people, here you have a new mythological monster for my Bestiary, this time is a mexican one Here you have the Ahuizotl, an aztec water monster who s.