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Can You Name These Following Creatures from Greek Mythology??

Greek mythology has been a part of our World Literature subject since we all went schooling. What made this myth truly inspiring is the stories of heroes and other mortals who live with the Olympian gods and the goddesses, how they mutually care for each other and show balance of peace and prosperity from two

Hecatoncheires | The Demonic Paradise Wiki | Fandom

The Hecatoncheires, also known as the Hundred Handers, are giant beings from Greek myth who are brothers to the Titans and the Greek gods. Born with one hundred hands and fifty heads, all flailing awkwardly in opposite directions, the Hekatonkheires were seen as disgusting by their father Ouranos and imprisoned back inside their mother's womb. The most well known of the Hekatonkheire are the three siblings, firstborn among the Hekatonkheire. These three were named Briareus or Aegaeon (the…

Scylla by Seraph777

An old commissioned done for the Algadon Online RPG. I was looking for something else and found this, Scylla, a monster of the deep. Scylla

Nu- Also known as a Chimera, is the fiercest creature in Urius. Its constant changing and new tactics in battle make it the perfect emboiment of Authea, which is known for its many faces.

A chimera (pronounced: /kaɪˈmɛərrə/ ky-MAIR-ruh or: /ˈkɪmʌrʌ/ KIM-u-ru listen or: /kɪmˈeɪrʌ/ kim-AYR-u listen or: /tʃɪmˈeɪrʌ/ chim-AYR-u listen or: /ˈtʃɪmʌrʌ/ CHIM-u-ru listen; pl: chimerae or: chimeras) was a large magical beast that was a combination of several different creatures, namely a dragon, a goat, and a lion. Although typically unintelligent, chimeras were self-aware creatures, with a limited capacity for language, often Draconic. A chimera had the hindquarters of a goat, the

In Greek mythology, Scylla was a legendary monster that lived on one side of a narrow channel of water, opposite her counterpart Charybdis. The two sides of the strait were so close that sailors attempting to avoid Charybdis would pass dangerously close to Scylla and vice versa. Scylla made her first appearance in Homer's Odyssey, where Odysseus and his crew encounter her and Charybdis on their travels. Later myth gave her an origin story as a beautiful nymph who gets turned into a monster

So… Here you have some more characters that I design for Mythic Battles Pantheon: Scylla and Charybdis The kickstarter will be on until the end of November! Here you have the link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/806316071/mythic-battles-pantheon?ref=nav_search My Gumroad Page: https://gumroad.com/guillemhp My Print Shops: Pixels: http://pixels.com/profiles/guillem-hernandezpongiluppi.html Redbubble: http://www.redbubble.com/es/people/guillemhp?asc=u) Society 6…

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