What's your favourite mythological creature?

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#82

mermaids are my favorite


#83

Can’t octupuses edit their own DNA or some crazy shit like that?


#84

The west of Ireland is one of my favourite places on earth, where selkie tales abound.

Keen on this:


#85

What’s the third one then?


#86

A mermaid with fur


#87

Ah


#88

I dont know, but I would believe it.


#89

What about foxfire?


#90

That looks kind of awesome, but isn’t what I mean


#91

I know. I’m just poking for a tangent.


#92

Gryphons and dragons


#93

I share your distaste for the general werewolf genre on wattpad, but am also writing a story that involves werewolves (on my other profile).

High five! :grinning:


#94

Minotaurs - Always found these to be quite cool.
Dragons - cos like why not…hello fire!
Angels like the Archangels - pure badass if I say so myself
Gryphons like someone else mentioned


#95

My faves are dragons and wendigos, which are REALLY DARK in origin so be warned. I also think griffins and unicorns are rad. Kitsunes are definitely on the rise though; they’re turning trendy.


#96

I love kitsune masks!

kitsune

Then there’s fun with bunnies.

bunnyfun1

For scary monsters, I like Grendel from the Beowulf saga-

grendel

And beware the Kittysaurus!

kittysaurus


#97

I like Grendel in Beowulf, but I hated that particular drawing of him. He looks like a badly human-ized bear. That picture did to Grendel what Michael Bay did to TMNT.


#98

Michael Bay? TMNT? Not on my map.

How about this Grendel, from an earlier edition of Gardner’s book?


#99

Definitely creepier. Maybe more effective.

Looks a little ape-ish, though.

I guess I just always pictured him more of a water creature. Didn’t he live in a cave under a lake? Am I misremembering that?


#100

I thought those were mushrooms


#101

I honestly would love to have a Pegasys. I don’t know how to spell it, but it’s the flying horse :joy: