We should start a club of people who hate their genres but still see potential in it and write anyways
Pretty sure a lot of people have already said it BUT Pegasus!
I thought it was something else
How about these:
Cockatrice or Basilisk
Witches ! im a real witch (Wiccan) so…
Always happy to help, that’s me, your friendly neighbourhood Archangel.
There’s a recurring character in the book who is a witch
In my book The Legend of the Moonflower Princess, my main heroine befriends a little dragon who then rides around on her shoulder. He has green and blue scales and is no bigger than the average hand. His name is Shen
my main character is a witch
I’ve always loved any kind of shapeshifter, Pegasus’s and Dragons. They just make me so happy, I could squeal!
Dragons or mermaids.
Dragon + Mermaid = Naga
Unicorn + Mermaid = Centaur or Kelpie
Angel + Lion = Sphinx
IDK. You just reminded me of an old fantasy creature thread where we (mostly me) would breed creatures to create each mythical creature. I think it started with Dragon, Mermaid, and Unicorn. Or was it a Pegasus? Curse this unholy hour.
Well, for the record, I am a cat person, but one of my favorite mythological creatures is the harpy. Granted, I have always associated the harpy to the pretty ones from Yu-Gi-Oh! and not the scary ones…
I already did a chapter on mermaids
Did a chapter on both of those
i’ve always had a thing for scandinavian mythology. especially the näcken. if you’re unfamiliar with it, it’s “a male water spirit that plays a violin, luring people to drown in the lake or other body of water it resides in.”
personally, i like to think he doesn’t play an actual violin, but instead has ligaments that can be stretched out from the shoulder area and played like a violin.
Let me say I gotta bring this back because I’m tired of using wikipedia to solve my problems mdr