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Heroes Community > Heroes 7+ Altar of Wishes > Thread: My little Wish (about creatures)
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Rakshasa92
Rakshasa92


Supreme Hero
posted July 25, 2014 05:58 PM bonus applied by kiryu133 on 26 Sep 2016.
Edited by Rakshasa92 at 13:10, 07 Aug 2014.

My little Wish (about creatures)

Welcome to my dream.

I have this dream for future Heroes of Might and Magic games for a long time now.

In this dream, creatures of all colors, religions, mytholigies and folklores join together on the battlefield to make each others lives a misery.
And while many of the old factions are still intact, many new ones have been created, filled with awesome creatures from mythologies all over the world! From the Native Americans to the Phillipines and from the Norse to the awesome Greek!
But not only the famous creatures like Minotaurs, Zombies, Vampires and Unicorns will be introduced in this game, also very unknown creatures like the Acheri, Karkadann, Arzshenk and the Nekomata will be present.

I can dream can I?

To give you a small notion of my dream I present to you guys the ultimate wish-list of Mythology/Folklore/Cryptid/Religious creatures.

It's far from finished, but I will post that which I already have finished and update the list in portions as its really a LOT of work.

Most creatures are based on their mythology counterparts, but i've added some spices and abilities to many of them to spice them up a bit and to make them even more interesting for myself, and hopefully also for you guys! So if there are other mythology-fans out there, some of my descriptions may differ from the real deal! (I did that on purpose! I know what the real story/creature is about so you don't need to correct me!)

Anyway I hope you enjoy this list! I will make it perfect one day, I promise!

Legenda
Creature Name (Mythology the creature is from) (Creature most common size) (random information about the creatures appearance and behavior)
*  = This is a boss creature, an unique creatures in my own RPG game, but it could be a regular creature in HOMM, but they make good boss creatures for their power and level is much higher than the regular monsters.


Take a note, these lists aren't FACTIONS, these are just creature-wishes for in the game, and the creatures are collected by species and sub-groups.



***UNDEAD***
The leftovers of the undead-family, these doesn't suit in the other groups of the undead. The most bizarre undead are in this group. Many possess strange abilities and powers to scramble the victims bodies so they can feast on them. Both humanoids and beasts/vermin can be turned into undead.

In this image you see the horrible flying hunter undead called Baykok, they sprung from the creative minds of the Native Americans!
- Acheri (Native American) (Small) (The daughters of the Horseman of Pestilence.) (Acheri love to spread diseases among other creatures, but they can also heal any disease by absorbing the disease back into themselves.) (They appear as little girls dressed as Indians, they can mask their horrid features with weak illusions.) (The little boy version of the Acheri is called Drekavac and they come from Slavic Mythology.)
- Baykok (Native American) (Medium) (The perfect hunters, Baykok love to hunt for powerful creatures and humanoids.) (They collect treasures, weapons and bones from their victims and use those as trophies.) (Baykoks look like hovering zombie-like beings, more skeletal than flesh, their legs are deformed into bird-like talons.) (They use magical bows and arrows that can track any creature it has in mind.)
- Chon Chon (Mapuche) (Tiny) (Horrid flying head with ears that appear like bat wings and needle sharp teeth.) (Chon Chon's often swarm together to form huge flocks of blood drinking horror.) (When they drain another human of his/her blood the victim's head will tear from it's body and joins the flock.) (Chon Chon's are also known as Nukekubi)
- Djieien (Native American) (Small) (Solifugid-like horrors the size of a dog with sickly white colors.) (These undead Sun Spiders are also known as Lich Spiders.) (They can burry their own hearts into other creatures or into the ground, you can only destroy the Djieien if you find and the destroy the heart first.) (Djieien often appear as mages among other arachnid-species, much like a Lich appears among Zombies and Ghouls.)
- Draugr (Norse) (Medium) (Drowned pirates and barbarians/vikings often return as the terrible Draugr.) (Draugr always serve the Haugbui that commands the Ghost Ship they sail upon.) (They are the zombies of the sea, but unlike the mindless zombies they are intelligent and have magical powers over storms and rain.) (Another name for Draugr is Lacedon.)
- Fext (Slavic) (Medium) (True Knights and Paladins among the undead, Fexts are very powerful undead, they are sometimes called Death Knights.) (Strangely Fext fear glass of all types, though nothing else can kill them, not even the most powerful of magics, they die from one hit from any glass object.) (Fexts often serve as commanders of armies or overlords for more powerful undead leaders and evil Gods.) (Fexts carry the most powerful and legendary of swords, shields and armor, when you kill a Fext however, the armor, shield and weapon perish with it and turns into glass-like dust.)
- Gloson (Swedish) (Medium) (Gloson are hellish undead boars that love to pierce other creatures on their saw-like manes of spikes that grow from their spines.) (Gloson love to terrorize graveyards, and often mess up funerals for the sheer amount of despair such deeds release into the atmosphere.) (While they don't need to eat, they are still voracious eaters, they always eat their prey alive and in pain, if the creature dies they stop eating as it brings them no joy any longer.)
- Haugbui* (Norse) (Large) (The Haugbui was the first Draugr that was cursed by an ancient Godess of the sea.) (All other Draugr are minions and slaves for the original Haugbui, they follow his every command and sacrifice their own unlife for him.) (The Haugbui controlls a cursed Ghost Pirate Ship, this ship was cursed together with the Haugbui to sail the seas forever.) (The Ghost Ship, the Haugbui and all Draugrs that the Haugbui created spend their days by attacking any ship they find, the only purpose is to create more Draugr's and to spread terror for sailors.) (They say that if you kill the Haugbui, he will be ressurected with his ship and crew on the same spot he was first cursed, so the Haugbui cannot be killed for good.) (The Haugbui has much more powerful over the weather than the common Draugr, he can summon all types of mist and fog to take away the sight of other ships and his lightning and acid rain attacks are very difficult to escape.)
- Legion* (Biblical) (Colossal) (This enormous creature is made up from hundreds of corpses that are glued together by some unholy spell.) (Legion is an unique horror that was created by the Horseman of War, it is his foremost right-hand enforcer of war.) (Legion scavenges on lost-battlefields for corpses to add to its sick collection, growing in size and power beyond hope.)
- Mummy (Egyptian) (Large) (While most Mummies are neutral undead and humanoid in appearance, the more evil variants take the shapes of beasts, winged horrors and ancient egyptian gods.) (Mummies spread curses like a bee would spread pollen, they have a very wide variety of horrible curses that have cost millions their lives, either by the curse itself or by suicide.) (Mummies often serve the Gods of the deserts themselves and keep thieves and grave-robbers away from the Gods treasures which are hidden deep within the most horrid of tombs full of Scarabs and traps.)
- Noppera-Bo (Japanese) (Medium) (These faceless-horrors steal the faces of other humanoids to gain their appearances and lives.) (Noppera-Bo's hate their own pityfull and cursed undead excistence and want nothing more than to be alive, this they will gain at the cost of a poor victim they steal the faces from.) (While they form a perfect physical copy of their victims, their memories aren't copied, so family or friends of the victim often recognize there is something wrong with their old relative/friend and this forces the Noppera-bo's to take another form often.) (Because of their featureless white faces they are also known as The Faceless.)
- Onryo (Japanese) (Medium) (These in grudge drowning female undead are a menace on every male they encounter.) (The movement of a Onryo is very disturbing, the things it can do with it's own body will make any other creature that sees it cringe in pure horror.) (These pale-skinned females hide their horrid scarred faces under a thick layer of filthy black hair, they only show their faces to make a terror-gaze attack, which proves often fatal for the victim that gets to see it.) (Onryo are born out of vengeance, mostly rape and male-violence against females gives birth to a new Onryo, because of this the Onryo would never harm a female creature, they only aim for male victims.) (A Onryo has many, many magical abilities, under which are the ability to walk against walls like a spider, teleportation towards any creature they have seen in their lives and the magical ability to call upon the victims fear.)
- Rusalka (Slavic) (Medium) (Rusalka are created when female humans are drowned by force, murder is needed to create a Rusalka, when a female drowns without being murdered the curse will not embed into the drowned carcass.) (Rusalka will try to lure any other creature they see on the shore into the water, once the creature has joined them they drown the poor enchanted soul and feed on the terror that is released into the water.) (The lake of a Rusalka is often filled with skeletons, bones and fresh corpses of all types of humanoid victims.) (Everything around the lake an Rusulka occupies will die, plants and trees will wither and insects, fish and small mammals all will disappear turning the landscape very grim and dark, this is very fortunate for the Rusalka as she can play the damsel in distress more easily now, so humanoid males will try to save her from the water, while the only person that needs to be saved is themselves.)
- Sigbin (Phillipine) (Medium) (These are probably the strangest undead out there, they appear as kangaroo-like horrors made from living shadow and with huge wing-like ears.) (These undead shadows will feed on the shadows of other creatures, freezing them to death.) (Sigbin are also known to drink the blood of a creature through its shadow.) (They are famous for their jumping abilities, but what do you expect, they are based on Kangaroos!) (Sigbin often serve Aswang as pets and mounts.)
- Toyol (Malay) (Tiny) (Like a Pickled Punk, these unborn-baby undead are trapped inside a glass prison.) (They have very powerful psychic abilities and they can drive other creatures insane by torturing them mentally with telepathic attacks, so they don't need to get out of their glass prison to be hurtfull to other creatures.) (Some Toyol live in giant glass tanks, where they grew into even more abominable horrors with even more potent psychic abilities.) (While very small, Toyols are often served by many other species of undead. They become its mobility and puppet, it can look through their eyes and controll their every action.)
- Yuki-Onna (Japanese) (Medium) (Also known as the Maidens of Frost or the Frost Maiden, the Yuki-Onna is a spirit based on frost and ice.) (Even when they were still alive their hearts were already frozen, these Ice Queens were always hatefull, becoming undead just made it worse.) (A Yuki-Onna is created when a beautiful but cold-hearted female human gets lost inside a blizzard and freezes to death.) (Jealousy and envy drives a Yuki-Onna they often haunt travelers for weeks before killing them with their ice attacks and blizzards.) (Yuki-Onna are the queens of ice, there are only few ice-based spells they cannot cast.) (While they are extremly hatefull and evil they still have the the perfect appearance, nothing beats the frozen beauty of a Yuki, not even a Succubus.)
- Zombie (African) (Medium) (Mindless, brain-eating, easy-to-kill undead, probably the weakest of all undead species, and likely the first you will encounter.)

The fool fell asleep in the woods. He would never wake up again as a horrible Sigbin is feeding away at his blood and his shadow!


***GHOUL***
This group mostly excists of corpse-eating zombie-like creatures that have intelligence unlike the normal Zombie.
- Aswang (Phillipine) (Medium)
- Berbalang (Phillipine) (Medium)
- Harionago (Japanese) (Medium)
- Eurynomos (Greek) (Small)
- Valravn (Danish) (Small)
- Wendigo (Native American) (Large)

***SKELETAL***
Undead made from nothing but bones.
- Ahkiyyini (Inuit) (Large)
- Bakekujira (Japanese) (Colossal)
- Gashadokuro (Japanese) (Huge)
- Itzpapalotl (Aztec) (Large)
- Siguanaba (Mexican) (Medium)
- Tzitzimitl* (Aztec) (Colossal)

***SPIRIT***
These are the incorporate spirits and ghosts of evil beings that haunt the places they died in while full of sin. Many of the spirits can possess items, treasures, weapons and even other creatures. While gentle spirits aren't unheard of, these are only the vile and nasty.
- Aatxe (Basque) (Large)
- Alastor* (Greek) (Large)
- Aoandon (Japanese) (Small)
- Banshee (Irish) (Medium)
- Bocanach (Scottish) (Medium)
- Cadejo (Mexican) (Large)
- Dybbuk* (Jewish) (Medium)
- Einherjar (Norse) (Medium)
- Gaki (Japanese) (Large)
- Obambo (African) (Large)
- Otso (Scandenavian) (Large)
- Poltergeist (Germanic) (Small)
- Revenant (French) (Small)
- Umibozu* (Japanese) (Colossal)
- Will o Wisp (English) (Tiny)
- Wraith (English) (Medium)

***VAMPIRE***
Vampires are intelligent undead that feed on specific food, like intelligence, magic and mostly blood, some vampires are born undead, none of the other undead-groups have creatures in them that are born undead.
- Asanbosam (African) (Medium)
- Glaistig (Scottish) (Medium)
- Mokoi (Australian) (Medium)
- Moroi (Romanian) (Medium)
- Nosferatu* (European) (Medium)
- Pishtacos (Mexican) (Medium)
- Strigoi (Romanian) (Medium)
- Vetala (Hindu) (Medium)

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***DEMON***
Demon are evil creatures made or created by Demonic Lords, they are creatures of chaos and destruction and they take many forms and all have their own sin to spread.
- Abaasy (Bulgarian) (Large)
- Abaddon* (Biblical) (Large)
- Aerico (Greek) (Medium)
- Ajatar (Finnish) (Huge)
- Asag (Sumerian) (Large)
- Beelzebub* (Biblical) (Medium)
- Bloody Mary* (English) (Medium)
- Cerberus (Greek) (Huge)
- Empusa (Greek) (Medium)
- Fetch (Irish) (Medium)
- Gallu (Sumerian) (Huge)
- Gaueko (Basque) (Large)
- Gylou (Arabic) (Medium)
- Hala (Slavic) (Medium)
- Incubus (Biblical) (Medium)
- Jersey Devil* (American Cryptid) (Medium)
- Lemure (Roman) (Small)
- Mahaha (Inuit) (Medium)
- Makhai (Greek) (Large)
- Pazuzu* (Babylonian) (Large)
- Popobawa (African) (Medium)
- Succubus (Biblical) (Medium)
- Tiyanak (Phillipine) (Tiny)

***FAMILIAR***
These are small demons that can be used as familiar by mages and witches, but their goals are always vile.
- Gremlin (English) (Tiny)
- Imp (Germanic) (Tiny)

***YOKAI***
Strange beast-like demons from Japanese mythology, they often resemble an animal or other creature in their design.
- Nekomata (Japanese) (Small)
- Omukade (Japanese) (Huge)
- Oni (Japanese) (Large)
- Sazae-Oni (Japanese) (Large)
- Suiko (Japanese) (Small)
- Tesso (Japanese) (Medium)
- Tsuchigumo (Japanese) (Huge)

***ANAYE***
Magical Demons from the Indians, they mostly don't look very demonic, but they are every bit as evil as normal demons and fiends.
- Binaye-Ahani (Native American) (Large)
- Delgeth (Native American) (Large)
- Tsenahale (Native American) (Huge)
- Yeitso (Native American) (Large)

***ASURA***
The most evil and dangerous demons around, they also have very high intelligence levels which makes them very crafty in the art of evil. Greed is their speciality.
- Rakshasa (Hindu) (Medium)
- Raktavija (Hindu) (Large)

***FALLEN ANGEL***
Fallen angels are evil and corrupt angels that often serve the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse in some way, every type of good angel also has a fallen variant as all angels can fall from grace.
- Ankou (French) (Large)
- Anteros (Roman) (Small)
- Fury (Greek) (Medium)
- Valkyrie (Norse) (Large) (On Sleipnir)

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***HUMAN***
While they were born like any other normal human, curses, spells and unholy rituals and pacts changed these men and women forever, but in this monstrous list of monsters they are the closest thing to a true human.
- Berserker (Norse) (Medium)
- Buckrider (Dutch) (Medium)
- Caliban (European) (Medium)
- Vish Kanya (Hindu) (Medium)

***CENTAURIAN***
Centaurians have humanoid features somewhere in their design, tho they are mixed with other beasts and animals. They aren't all like centaurs, some have just two legs, while others have four and others have even more when they resemble insects and arachnids.
- Boggart (English) (Medium)
- Camazotz* (Mayan) (Huge)
- Capelobo (Brazilian) (Medium)
- Chrysaor (Greek) (Large)
- Ewah (Native American) (Medium)
- Girtablilu (Babylonian) (Large)
- Gorgon (Greek) (Large)
- Heikegani (Japanese) (Large)
- Lamia (Greek) (Large)

***MERFOLK***
These are sea-based Centaurians that resemble humans with fish and other sea creatures lower parts.
- Adaro (Oceanic) (Large)
- Cecealia (Oceanic) (Large)
- Lorelei (Germanic) (Medium)
- Siyokoy (Phillipine) (Large)

***LIZARDFOLK***
These are Centaurians that have reptilian blood and parts on their bodies, most look more reptilian than human.
- Atosis (Native American) (Medium)
- Brobinyak (English) (Large)
- Cipactli (Aztec) (Large)
- Intulo (African) (Medium)

***TAUREN***
Centaurians with bull-like features and parts.
- Arzshenk (Persian) (Huge)
- Erchitu (Sardinian) (Large)
- Minotaur (Greek) (Medium)
- Sarangay (Phillipine) (Large)

***SIREN***
Centaurians with avian-like features and parts.
- Alkonost (Slavic) (Large)
- Harpy (Greek) (Medium)

***SASQUATCH***
Centaurians with ape-like features and parts, these are close to real humans but more primal.
- Yeti (Chinese) (Large)
- Yowie (Australian) (Large)

***LYCANTHROPE***
These are strange, magical Centaurians that can shapehift from humanoid from into wolf-like forms, at least most in this group can.
- Adlet (Inuit) (Medium)
- Loup Garou (French) (Large)
- Skinwalker (Native American) (Medium)
- Vrykolakas (Greek) (Medium)

***GOBLINOID***
These are small humanoids that like mischief and evil-doing as spare time, nobody knows what use these creatures have in the world and most other groups hate or pity them.
- Bugbear (English) (Small)
- Chaneque (Aztec) (Small)
- Goblin (English) (Small)
- Kallikantzaros (Greek) (Small)
- Pukwudgie (Native American) (Small)

***DWARF***
While smaller than normal humans, dwarves aren't that far appart, they are close to the humans they resemble, they are smaller though, and most of them are extremly crafty and grumpy.
- Alberich* (Norse) (Small)
- Dactyl (Greek) (Medium)
- Dvergr (Norse) (Small)
- Polevik (Slavic) (Small)

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***OGRE***
The smallest of giant-kin, they are a mixed class of humanoid and giant-brood.
- Buggane (Manx) (Large)
- Cliff-Ogre (Native American) (Large)
- Ettin (Scottish) (Large)
- Grendel* (Scandenavian) (Large)
- Merrow (Scottish) (Large)
- Nependis (Medieval Bestiary) (Large)

***GIANT***
These are the ancient and giant people from long ago that still are around, they were replaced by humans and other humanoid by the Gods, which made them very hatefull toward their smaller cousins. Giants have many connections with the elements.
- Argus (Greek) (Large)
- Cacus (Greek) (Huge)
- Cyclops (Greek) (Huge)
- Hraesvelgr (Norse) (Huge)
- Jack-in-Irons (English) (Large)
- Jotunn (Norse) (Huge)
- Laestrygon (Greek) (Large)

***TITAN***
Ancient beyond ancient, Titans put giants to shame in both age and size. They created many offspring and other creatures for the world, but they can never breed other Titans again, so they are a dying race of creatures, many are unique.
- Echidna* (Greek) (Huge)
- Fomorian (Irish) (Huge)
- Hekantoncheires (Greek) (Colossal)
- Humbaba* (Babylonian) (Colossal)
- Typhon* (Greek) (Colossal)

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***FAE***
A group of magical creatures that have close ties to nature of all kind. They often resemble the beauty or terror of nature. There are many different groups of Fae creatures, but this group holds the leftovers that didn't fit into other groups.
- Abatwa (African) (Tiny)
- Agloolik (Inuit) (Large)
- Ovinnik (Slavic) (Small)
- Phooka (Irish) (Large)
- Vodyanoi (Slavic) (Large)

***FAIRY***
The smallest of the Fae are known as fairies, while most faerie species are kind and gentle and only like to play with other creatures, these vile fairy breeds are hatefull to/and jealous on the bigger creatures, torturing them is what gives them joy.
- Atomy (English) (Tiny)
- Nix (Germanic) (Tiny)
- Tooth Fairy (English Fairytale) (Tiny)

***ELF***
Fae humans are called Elves, there are many variants that are good like Wood and High Elves, but these are the evil and neutral variants. Like most fae elves are immortal.
- Dokkalfar* (Norse) (Medium)
- Erlking (Germanic) (Medium)
- Ly Erg (Scottish) (Medium)
- Ork (English) (Medium)
- Svaltarfar (Norse) (Medium)
- Wild Hunt (Germanic) (Large)

***NYMPH***
Nymphs are beautiful creatures with strong bonds with parts of nature. While these nymphs listed here are all very beautiful, their intentions aren't always good to humans and other creatures, they are quick to anger and punishment to any who dare to defile their nature homes, and while the normal nymphs would never kill a living thing, these nymph-species sometimes enjoy torturing or cursing tresspassers that harmed nature.
- Huldra (Scandinavian) (Medium)
- Lady Midday* (Slavic) (Medium)
- Lampade (Greek) (Medium)
- Leanan Sidhe* (Scottish) (Medium)
- Maenad (Greek) (Medium)
- Thraie (Greek) (Medium)
- Vila (Slavic) (Medium)

***MALE NYMPH***
Much like female nymphs, but these male nymphs are mostly evil and they use the female creatures as nothing more than playthings. While they are still very kind to nature itself, female creatures should give these pretty males a wide berth.
- Encantado (Brazilian) (Large)
- Faun (Greek) (Medium)
- Fossegrim (Scandenavian) (Medium)
- Gancanagh (Irish) (Medium)
- Katsura-Otoko (Japanese) (Medium)

***HAG***
While Nymphs present the beauty of nature, the hags present the ugliness of nature. All Hags are cruel, ugly and beast-like. Their magic is much more powerful than Nymphs and they don't care about nature, only about doing harm.
- Baba Yaga* (Slavic) (Medium)
- Batibat (Phillipine) (Large)
- Black Annis (English) (Large)
- Boo Hag (Caribbean) (Medium)
- Graeae* (Greek) (Medium)
- Kikimora (Slavic) (Small)
- Lechusa (Mexican) (Large)
- Qalupalik (Inuit) (Medium)
- Rokurokubi (Japanese) (Medium)
- Soucouyant (Caribbean) (Medium)

***GNOME***
Fae Dwarves and Halflings are called Gnomes. These small creatures enjoy mischief above all else, they just want to make their own lives confortable, if others must suffer while doing so, all the better.
- Amadan (Irish) (Small)
- Barbegazi (Swiss) (Small)
- Clurichaun (Irish) (Small)
- Curupira (Brazilian) (Small)
- Dunter* (Scottish) (Small)
- Far Darrig* (Irish) (Small)
- Kobold (Germanic) (Small)
- Redcap (Scottish) (Small)

***TROLL***
Fae Giants are known as Trolls, these big brutes are hatefull, ugly and addicted to flesh. They are pretty scared for Hags, and often serve them as bodyguards or slaves.
- Antaeus (Greek) (Large)
- Troll (Norse) (Large)
- Yehwe Zogbanu (African) (Huge)

***BOOGEY***
The most horrid group of Fae is called the Boogeys, these bogeymen often prey on the weak and young. Fear and terror is what these evil creatures are after. Bogeymen all look very different from eachother, and only the taste of fear binds them together. Bogeys sometimes serve more powerful fae, but never for long, they rather play with their victims, young children.
- Bauk (Serbian) (Medium)
- Bloody Bones (English) (Large)
- Bodach (Scottish) (Medium)
- Dullahan (Irish) (Medium)
- Kaw Kaw (Maltese) (Large)
- Krampus* (Swiss) (Large)
- Mothman (American Cryptid) (Medium)
- Nachtkrapp (Germanic) (Huge)
- Nuckelavee (Scottish) (Large)
- Shellycoat (Scottish) (Medium)
- Springheel Jack (English) (Medium)
- Tikbalang (Phillipine) (Large)
- Yara-Ma-Yha-Who (Australian) (Small)

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***DJINN***
Elemental humans with very powerful magical powers which makes them able to change their own sizes and to command the raw elements themselves. All Djinn have very strick rules that bound their species, and no Djinn will ever willingly break these rules, if they do however they will turn into the evil Ghuls.
- Amanojaku (Japanese) (Large)
- Ghawwas (Arabian) (Large)
- Ghul (Arabian) (Large)
- Ifrit (Arabian) (Large)

***ELEMENTAL***
These elemental beings are made 100% from the elements that create life, ice, fire, earth and wind, and any combination from those four.
- Aipalookvik (Inuit) (Colossal)
- Brollachan (Scottish) (Huge)
- Cherufe (Mapuche) (Huge)
- Enenra (Japanese) (Large)
- Nargun (Australian) (Large)
- Planetnik (Slavic) (Colossal)
- Raiju (Japanese) (Small)
- Rarog (Slavic) (Medium)

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***DRAKE***
These are the newer breeds of dragons, and unlike their big and powerful cousins, these dragons are rather small and weak.
- Amphiptere (Medieval Bestiary) (Small)
- Pyrausta (Greek) (Small)
- Vouivre (French) (Large)
- Water Leaper (Welch) (Small)
- Wyvern (European) (Large)

***DRAGON***
The normal Dragons are mostly powerful creatures that resemble animals with reptilian features and powerful magic/abilities which makes them feared by most other creatures.
- Aitvaras (Lithuanian) (Large)
- Balaur (Romanian) (Huge)
- Ga-Gorib (African) (Huge)
- Isonade (Japanese) (Colossal)
- Peluda (French) (Large)
- Piasa (Native American) (Large)
- Sirrush (Babylonian) (Large)

***WYRM***
The most powerful breeds of dragons are known as wyrms or ancient dragons, these creatures are older than normal dragons and far more powerful, these are the dragons from legends, all wyrms have wings.
- Asdeev (Persian) (Huge)
- Gaasyendietha (Native American) (Huge)
- Ouroboros* (Egyptian) (Colossal)
- Svara (Iranian) (Huge)
- Zmey (Slavic) (Huge)

***LINDWORM***
Almost older than time, they say the Lindworms were the first creatures on the planet, overgrown by time and nature, these horrid creatures are to Wyrms, what Wyrms are to Drakes. But not all breeds of Lindworms are that powerful, some are very small, but still deadly.
- Fafnir (Norse) (Huge)
- Nidhogg (Norse) (Colossal)
- Nycar (Scandinavian) (Small)

***SEA SERPENT***
These are always dragons while they have the appearance of a giant serpent they share blood with dragons. Also known as sea-dragons the Sea Serpents are the stuff of myths and legends, and many sailors fear them beyond anything else. Many breeds and species excist and they all have different sizes and appetites. Gentle Sea Serpents are also known to excist, but these are all power-hungry and cruel beasts. While being very long and powerful, most species of Sea serpent are also very elusive and hard to find.
- Bakunawa (Phillipine) (Colossal)
- Haietlik (Native American) (Large)
- Ikuchi (Japanese) (Huge)
- Inkanyamba (African) (Huge)
- Jormungandr* (Norse) (Colossal)

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***MAGICAL BEAST***
Magical beast are split into many groups of creatures, these are the most common breed of Magical Beasts, namely the magical mammals. Magical beasts are mostly intelligent creatures and much smarter than their normal-animal counterparts, they are more cruel and violent too.
- Agrios (Greek) (Large)
- Amarok (Inuit) (Huge)
- Aniwye (Native American) (Large)
- Barghest (English) (Small)
- Cagrino (Gypsy Folklore) (Small)
- Drop Bear (Australian) (Small)
- Fenris* (Norse) (Colossal)
- Gulon (Germanic) (Medium)
- Kamaitachi (Japanese) (Small)
- Kokogiak (Inuit) (Huge)
- Kumiho (Korean) (Small)
- Mngwa (African) (Large)
- Nalusa Falaya (Native American) (Small)
- Nemean Lion (Greek) (Large)
- Olitiau (African) (Large)
- Ratatoskr (Norse) (Tiny)
- Satori (Japanese) (Small)
- Sianach (Scottish) (Large)
- Splinter Cat (North American Cryptid) (Large)
- Tanuki (Japanese) (Small)
- Teumessian Fox (Greek) (Medium)
- Ugjuknarpak (Inuit) (Medium)

***CHIMERAE***
These are magical beasts that are made off different parts from different animals, mostly two or three different species merged into one. They are just as violent and cruel as normal Magical Beasts but even more intelligent and capable of strange magical powers.
- Afanc (Welch) (Medium)
- Ahuizotl (Aztec) (Large)
- Akhlut (Inuit) (Huge)
- Ammit (Egyptian) (Huge)
- Baku (Japanese) (Small)
- Bunyip (Australian) (Large)
- Calopus (Medieval Bestiary) (Small)
- Catoblepas (Medieval Bestiary) (Huge)
- Chamrosh (Persian) (Large)
- Crocotta (Medieval Bestiary) (Large)
- Dobhar-Chu (Irish) (Large)
- Grootslang (African) (Huge)
- Hsigo (Chinese) (Small)
- Manticore (Persian) (Large)
- Mishibizhiw (Native American) (Large)
- Nguruvilu (Mapuche) (Large)
- Ningyo (Japanese) (Small)
- Nue (Japanese) (Large)
- Peryton (Medieval Bestiary) (Medium)
- Serpopard (Egyptian) (Large)
- Sphinx (Greek) (Large)
- Tarasque (French) (Huge)
- Wolpertinger (Germanic) (Tiny)
- Yale (Medieval Bestiary) (Large)
- Ypotryll (Medieval Bestiary) (Huge)

***UNICORN***
Unicorns are magical mammals, but they also have some fae-blood in them, most of them resemble horses, tho other mammals-versions of the unicorn are known to excist. There are more gentle than evil Unicorns in the world, but these are only the evil/neutral versions.
- Almiraj (Arabian) (Small)
- Karkadann (Persian) (Large)
- Shadhavar (Persian) (Medium)
- Sin-You (Chinese) (Huge)

***AVIAN***
Pretty much magical beasts with wings, these are magical birds.
- Ababil (Arabian) (Large)
- Alicanto (Chilean) (Small)
- Basan (Japanese) (Large)
- Boobrie (Scottish) (Huge)
- Camulatz (Mayan) (Large)
- Impundulu (African) (Large)
- Rukh* (Arabian) (Colossal)
- Tera-Tsutsuki (Japanese) (Medium)

***REPTILIAN***
Magical Reptilian creatures with strange abilities and big appetites.
- Amphisbaena (Greek) (Small)
- Basilisk (Medieval Bestiary) (Large)
- Cerastes (Medieval Bestiary) (Large)
- Hydra (Greek) (Huge)
- Hypnalis (Egyptian) (Medium)
- Sewer Alligator (North American Cryptid) (Large)
- Uktena (Native American) (Large)
- Zaratan (Medieval Bestiary) (Huge)

***ICHTIAN***
Magical fishes are far more intelligent than their normal kin, they often hunt and prey for mammals instead of the other way around.
- Abaia (Melanesian) (Huge)
- Echeneis (Medieval Bestiary) (Medium)
- El Cuero (Chilean) (Large)
- Lukwata (African) (Huge)
- Mamlambo Shoal (African) (Small)
- Namazu (Japanese) (Huge)
- Tizheruk (Inuit) (Large)
- Tsemaus (Native American) (Large)

***AMPHIBIAN***
This group contains the magical frogs, toads and salamanders.
- Alp-Luachra (Irish) (Tiny)
- Horerczy (Germanic) (Large)
- Salamander (Medieval Bestiary) (Large)
- Tiddalik (Australian) (Huge)

***ANCIENT BEAST***
While not as magical as all other magical-beast groups, these strange and ancient beasts lived long before most of the other magical-beast groups, they are very good at survival and many of them are extremly elusive and hard to find, which is indeed a good thing.
- Emela-Ntouka (African Cryptid) (Huge)
- Kasai Rex (African Cryptid) (Huge)
- Kongamato (African Cryptid) (Large)
- Mahamba (African Cryptid) (Huge)
- Mbielu-Mbielu (African Cryptid) (Large)
- Mokele-Mbembe (African Cryptid) (Huge)
- Odontotyrannus (Greek) (Colossal)
- Ogopogo (Native American) (Huge)

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***VERMIN***
While normal vermin and insects are very small, these variants are big and extremly deadly. They hunt for humanoids as easy as they would hunt their own kind. Most of them are not very intelligent, others are smarter than the smartest of humans.
- Adze (African) (Small)
- Awahondo (Native American) (Small)
- Awd Goggie (English) (Large)
- Del Diablu (Spanish) (Large)
- Gold-Digging Ant (Medieval Bestiary) (Small)
- Haakapainzi (Native American) (Large)
- Ichneumon (Egyptian) (Medium)
- Myrmecoleon (Medieval Bestiary) (Large)
- Pelesit (Malay) (Small)
- Scarab Swarm (Egyptian) (Tiny)

***ARACHNID/CRUSTACEAN/ARTHROPOD***
These are the magical and super-sized spiders, scorpions, lobsters, crabs and centipedes. Running away is all you can do.
- Anansi* (African) (Medium)
- Arachne (Greek) (Small)
- Con Rit (Oceanic Cryptid) (Huge)
- Jorogumo (Japanese) (Large)
- Kamikiri (Japanese) (Medium)
- Karkinos (Greek) (Small)
- Sandwalker (Arabian) (Huge)
- Scorpios (Greek) (Small)

***ANNELID/WORM***
Super sized worms and leeches are common in the world, but they mostly terrorize the most desolate of places.
- Death Worm (Mongolian Cryptid) (Large)
- Indus Worm (Medieval Bestiary) (Large)
- Lagarfljot (Icelandic Cryptid) (Huge)
- Minhacao (Brazilian) (Huge)
- Wizardís Shackle (Scottish) (Medium)

***MOLLUSC***
Slugs, Jellyfish, Squid, Octopusses and monstrous clams fall under this catogory. Voracious eaters and creative killers, Mollusc seem to be born to eat, eat and eat some more. Most of them are pretty slow tho, while others are among the fastest creatures alive.
- Iku-Turso (Finnish) (Large)
- Kraken* (Norse) (Colossal)
- Kurage-No-Hinotama (Japanese) (Huge)
- Lou Carcolh (French) (Huge)
- Lusca (Caribbean) (Huge)
- Pua Tu Tahi (Caribbean) (Large)

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***PLANT***
Even the plants in the magical worlds are deadly and killers. These are mostly intelligent plant creatures that hunt for food much like animals do, they all created magical technics to hunt for their food or lure it toward them with scent or clones made from fruit and leaves.
- Alraune (Germanic) (Large)
- Barometz (French) (Large)
- Cactus Cat (North American Cryptid) (Medium)
- Cuco (Spanish) (Medium)
- Cu Sith (Scottish) (Large)
- Fear Gorta (Irish) (Small)
- Jidra (Arabian) (Large)
- Jinmenju (Japanese) (Huge)
- Jubokko (Japanese) (Huge)
- Kapre (Phillipine) (Huge)
- Kelpie (Scottish) (Large)
- Ladon (Greek) (Huge)
- Leshy (Slavic) (Small)
- Mandragora (Germanic) (Small)
- Spriggan (English) (Small)
- Ya-Te-Veo (African) (Large)

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***CONSTRUCT***
All these creatures were made by other creatures, they weren't born but created. Some were made intelligent by ritual and magic, while others are brainless machines of destruction that crush anything for the master that created them.
- Automaton (Greek) (Medium)
- Bakru (Surinam) (Small)
- Baldanders (Germanic) (Small)
- Grotesque (French) (Large)
- Isitoq (Inuit) (Tiny)
- Ittan-Momen (Japanese) (Large)
- Jenglot (Indonesian) (Tiny)
- Juggernaut (Hindu) (Huge)
- Kasa-Obake (Japanese) (Small)
- Khalkotauroi (Greek) (Large)
- Kuebiko (Japanese) (Large)
- Planctae (Greek) (Huge)
- Stymphalian Bird (Greek) (Medium)
- Taotie (Chinese) (Huge)
- Terra-Cotta Chariot (Chinese) (Large)
- Tupilaq (Inuit) (Tiny)
- Wanyudo (Japanese) (Large)
- Wulgaru (Australian) (Large)

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***ALIEN***
Aliens are strange and mysterious creatures not born on earth but somewhere else. Well at least some of them are. Others are just so alien in design, appearance and behavior that they also joined the Alien/Aberration group. These are the strangest creatures alive and many share very strange and bizarre powers.
- Akaname (Japanese) (Small)
- Amhuluk (Native American) (Huge)
- A-Mi-Kuk (Inuit) (Large)
- Ashinaga (Chinese) (Large)
- Ao Ao (African) (Medium)
- Argopelter (North American Cryptid) (Small)
- Carbuncle (Medieval Bestiary) (Small)
- Charybdis (Greek) (Huge)
- Chupacabra (Mexican Cryptid) (Small)
- Fachen (Scottish) (Medium)
- Fear Liath (Scottish) (Large)
- Grindylow (English) (Small)
- Hidebehind (North American Cryptid) (Large)
- Hyakume (Japanese) (Large)
- Keukegen (Japanese) (Small)
- Lavellan (Scottish) (Small)
- Mapinguari (Brazilian) (Large)
- Nandi Bear (African Cryptid) (Large)
- Rat King (Germanic) (Small)
- Rompo (African) (Medium)
- Sagari (Japanese) (Small)
- Scylla (Greek) (Huge)
- Tenaga (Chinese) (Large)
- Tenome (Japanese) (Medium)
- Xing Tian (Chinese) (Medium)

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***OOZE***
Some say that oozes are nothing more than elemental-creatures, but that isn't true, oozes are more connected with the Aliens than the elements, some say they are Alien Elements. Most oozes are stupid eating machines that do nothing more than absorbing other things into their masses, while others are intelligent and feed on specific parts of other creatures, even other oozes use other creatures for hosts.
- A Bao A Qu (Medieval Bestiary) (Huge)
- Black Tamanous (Native American) (Medium)
- Butatsch-Ah-Ilgs (Swiss) (Large)
- Globster (Oceanic Cryptid) (Large)
- Nuppeppo (Japanese) (Large)
- Polong (Malay) (Medium)



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posted July 25, 2014 06:14 PM

Ehhh...no offense, but that looks like a complete mess :S

Don't get me wrong, adding some creatures to an Heroes installment that haven't been featured in previous HoM&M is good, a breeze of fresh air. But adding every single variation of the same kind-of-creature feel pointless and chaotic
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posted July 25, 2014 06:55 PM
Edited by Rakshasa92 at 18:59, 25 Jul 2014.

Storm-Giant said:
Ehhh...no offense, but that looks like a complete mess :S

Don't get me wrong, adding some creatures to an Heroes installment that haven't been featured in previous HoM&M is good, a breeze of fresh air. But adding every single variation of the same kind-of-creature feel pointless and chaotic


It probably looks like a mess because you watch it on your mobile phone. Don't do that.


And what variation of the same creature? YOu mean like 4 elves in sylvan and 4 dark elves in dungeon?

All these creatures may be related to one another, they are very different creatures in the end. All my Unicorns for example are VERY different from eachother, same with the Vampires, Dwarves and everything else. At least they are much more different than the dwarves in HOmm5 and the dark elves in heroes6.

So I don't really understand any of your comments.

+ I don't want ALL those creatures into one game, just some of them added over the years. Some may be good for variations of different creatures or upgrades.

And of course these aren't factions, these are just creatures collected by species, not by factions...
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posted July 25, 2014 07:21 PM

The problem is that most (if not all) mythological creatures have hard-to-pronounce foreign names, which is a minus. Of course that replacing the boring, overused names with some exotic ones are going to make the game more unique and spice it up.

Also, Balaur, Strigoi, Moroi etc. are Romanian, not Roman. Romans had an important contribution in the formation of the Romanian culture, but they are slightly different.

Btw. this thread reminds me of my heroes 3 mod, a town based on my country mythology, the project is on stand-by atm, but since you reminded me of it, maybe I start reworking...
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posted July 25, 2014 07:24 PM

Rakshasa92 said:
It probably looks like a mess because you watch it on your mobile phone. Don't do that.

I was on the laptop, but anyway.

Rakshasa92 said:
All these creatures may be related to one another, they are very different creatures in the end. All my Unicorns for example are VERY different from eachother, same with the Vampires, Dwarves and everything else. At least they are much more different than the dwarves in HOmm5 and the dark elves in heroes6.

So I don't really understand any of your comments.

It's difficult to speak of this without artworks, but I see little reason to have four different Unicorns and such

Rakshasa92 said:
+ I don't want ALL those creatures into one game, just some of them added over the years. Some may be good for variations of different creatures or upgrades.

First line of yours gave me the wrong idea:
Quote:
In this dream, creatures of all colors, religions, mytholigies and folklores join together on the battlefield to make each others lives a misery.


If it's just a creature wishlist, then OK. But at first sight it looked like throwing every single creature you ever heard of into the game and I don't like that.
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posted July 25, 2014 10:13 PM

Well it's a nice list. Also, on the names, we can paraphrase can't we? f.e. that Inuit Fae Agloolik could become Aglook.

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posted July 26, 2014 09:14 AM
Edited by Jiriki9 at 09:16, 26 Jul 2014.

Now that's a lot. so much I have no time to look through it all. I, personally like to have many creatures, with only slight differences even - on th eother hand these are VERY much AND I also like the  classical creatures. Sort of dilemma for me, so. A comment on a certain group:
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***FALLEN ANGEL***
Fallen angels are evil and corrupt angels that often serve the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse in some way, every type of good angel also has a fallen variant as all angels can fall from grace.
- Ankou (French) (Large)
- Anteros (Roman) (Small)
- Fury (Greek) (Medium)
- Valkyrie (Norse) (Large)

Valkyries fallen? Fury an angel? I'm no mythology expert but that seems to stretch a bit from the way I know it.

EDIT: another thing is that you seem to focus on mythology - but I think taht nonmythological creatures should have a place as well.

EDIT 2: another thing: I am german, and as far as I know, Mandragora and Alraune are exactly the same thing^^

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posted July 26, 2014 11:54 AM

It is nice to have such an extensive list, especially because the creatures are sorted on similarity. This way, if you don't want the standard version of a creature, you can find a similar creature while keeping the game original.

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posted July 26, 2014 04:11 PM
Edited by Rakshasa92 at 17:39, 26 Jul 2014.

Jiriki9 said:
Now that's a lot. so much I have no time to look through it all. I, personally like to have many creatures, with only slight differences even - on th eother hand these are VERY much AND I also like the  classical creatures. Sort of dilemma for me, so. A comment on a certain group:
Quote:
***FALLEN ANGEL***
Fallen angels are evil and corrupt angels that often serve the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse in some way, every type of good angel also has a fallen variant as all angels can fall from grace.
- Ankou (French) (Large)
- Anteros (Roman) (Small)
- Fury (Greek) (Medium)
- Valkyrie (Norse) (Large)

Valkyries fallen? Fury an angel? I'm no mythology expert but that seems to stretch a bit from the way I know it.

EDIT: another thing is that you seem to focus on mythology - but I think taht nonmythological creatures should have a place as well.

EDIT 2: another thing: I am german, and as far as I know, Mandragora and Alraune are exactly the same thing^^



Yes, not all creatures in there are based 100% on their true mythology counterparts, many of them are changed in aligment, behavior, looks or group they fit in. I see Valkyries as angels of war (tho there are also good Valkyries), furies are the angels of vengeance and wrath, anteros the angels of hate and ankou the angels of death in my own RPG game and also in this list.

Mandragora and Alraune are the same in mythology, but not in game-worlds, where Mandrogora are the root-like imps that can scream very loudly and drink blood, the Alraune in my post is based on the Castlevania/Pathfinder one, the pretty girl growing out of a giant flower/rose.


Alraune & the much smaller Mandragora

This is a mythology-only list, and its long already, adding some made-up creatures is only make it longer, and ALL animals/monsters are pretty much in this list, only Lovecraft creations I left out and Kaiju, as I don't like the creatures that are over-present in other media. I'm not a fan of the huge-fanbase creatures such as Cthulu.



@ Storm.

Lol the Unicorns are ALL very different from eachother.

Karkadann = large warhorse/zebra like unicorn from the desert with a very bad temper and a very large horn.

Shadhavar = Black smaller unicorn that is carnivorous and looks more like a gazelle and not like a horse, its horn is magical and can be used to create sound attacks and much like a siren would to lure prey toward them.

Almiraj = a rabbit, much like the killer rabbit from Monthy Python but with a huge unicorn-horn on its head, I just liked to put that creature with the unicorns.

Sin-You = Much like an neutral/evil Kirin-like Unicorn, half-dragon half Unicorn. They punish the wicked with very cruel deaths. They look very different from normal unicorns and have scales, they are also huge and not horse-sized.

So like you see Storm, these unicorns are all very unique.

Same with the Minotaurs and Lizardmen, as Intulo's are more like the normal lizardmen (but very speedy and colorful) and the Brobinyak is much like a huge ogre draconian, a ogre sized dragon-human thing.

The minotaurs have the classic one among them, one based on crystals, one demonic one, and one yak-like demonic-slave with candles on his horn, while normally gentle, they were tortured by small demons into cruel creatures.


Thanks to the other feedback replies!

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posted July 30, 2014 12:22 PM
Edited by Steyn at 09:19, 31 Jul 2014.

I got inspired by your post (and a little GoT) to give a twist to Preserve: an undead cold-based faction.
What is frozen does not rot

Unfortunately I'm still missing one core creature, so if anyone can help me...Thanks for the list Rakasha

Core:
1) Walking Dead
Slow creatures with low damage. Fallen living creatures can be turned into Walking Dead after combat. Its strength comes in numbers
2) Zombear
An undead bear that packs quite a punch.
Upgrade: Otso
White spirit bears (incorporeal ability).

3) Valravn or Reaper Raven
Horrid Undead crow monsters that can take over abilities of killed enemies.
   

Elite:
4) Snow Maiden
Her cold touch (ranged?) chills her targets, lowering their attack, defence and initiative.
5) Snowman

Need I say more?
Maybe combined with the Mahaha? I really love that name for a creature that drives other creatures insane with its ice-cold humour and laughter.
Could be realized as a moral decrease for enemy units...

6) Death Knight
Put a vampire on an undead horse and you have a Death Knight. Alas, Death Knights cannot drain life, but their slain enemies rise again as Walking Dead (permanently).

Champ:
7) Abomination
An Abomination is a giant created from the flesh and bones of the deceased. This monster can regenerate by absorbing Walking Dead.

What do you think? I would say it lacks flyers (and maybe shooters). With a flyer as 3rd core (perhaps those flying heads?)
I hope the sheer number of Walking Dead raisable makes up for this weakness
If the ability of those Raven is a bit OP, the creature can swap places with the Snow Maiden. I don't think it is necessary, unless maybe when the taken abilities accumulate.

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posted July 30, 2014 02:31 PM

Well the following monsters from my list have something to do with cold and ice, some might fit your proposal.



- Valravn (Danish) (Small) (Horrid Undead crow monsters that can shapeshift into every corpse they devour)

- Wendigo (Native American) (Large) (Horrid monsters of cannibalism, follow prey for weaks while making them crazy with whispers, winds and other horror, then turn the victim into a cannibal or eat them.)

- Ahkiyyini (Inuit) (Large) (Ogre sized Skeleton monsters that play drums or other instruments of doom to turn nature violent or to summon natural disasters.)

- Otso (Scandenavian) (Large) (White spirit bears that are sometimes gentle, but to others they are hostile)

- Hala (Slavic) (Medium) (Wind demons with the lowerbody of a whirlwind)

- Mahaha (Inuit) (Medium)(Insane frost demons that drive other creatures insane with their ice-cold humor and laughter, their nails are very long and they use them to tickle other creatures to death.)

- Yeti (Chinese) (Large)

- Adlet (Inuit) (Medium)(White-furred werewolves.)

- Jotunn (Norse) (Huge) (Ice Giants)

- Agloolik (Inuit) (Large)(Evil Selkies, turn into leopard-seal monsters, they act like they are gentle, giving villages free food and help them with jobs, then eventually the villagers become fat and lazy, and easy prey for the Agloolik.)

- Huldra (Scandinavian) (Medium) (Strange Nymphs that often live in frozen forests)

- Qalupalik (Inuit) (Medium) (Sea and Frost hags that also look a bit like female goblins, they steal children and turn them into their mutant slaves.)

- Barbegazi (Swiss) (Small) (Frost Gnomes that cause avalanches)

- Asdeev (Persian) (Huge) (Giant white dragon, servant of the azi demons)

- Amarok (Inuit) (Huge) (very large black wolf, solitairy horror that feeds on anything stupid enough to go outside during nights.)

- Fenris* (Norse) (Colossal)

- Kokogiak (Inuit) (Huge)(horrid, ten legged polar-bear monsters that can summon illusions off anyone they have eaten, so they can lure their loved ones as well.)

- Sianach (Scottish) (Large) (Very large stag/elk like monsters with large teeth, green burning eyes and huge antlers with skulls and other bones decorated on them. They are the mounts of the Hags.)

- Ugjuknarpak (Inuit) (Medium) (Rat like water-horrors that live in cold lakes, they often hide underneath turned boats/kanoes and pull creatures inside the cold water with their whip-like tail.

- Akhlut (Inuit) (Huge) (Half wolf, half orca whale, they can shift freely between the two, to hunt on land and in the sea.)

- Peryton (Medieval Bestiary) (Medium) (Horrible bird-like monsters with the heads of monstrous wolves with stag-antlers, they eat only the hearts of the victims and gain the shadow of the last creature they have eaten the heart from, they often appear in frozen forests and mountains.)

- Lagarfljot (Icelandic Cryptid) (Huge) (Pure white, giant frost worms)

- Tupilaq (Inuit) (Tiny) (Voodoo-doll like horrors with huge teeth, they are created from the bones of whales by voodoo priests and send to kill one target.)

- A-Mi-Kuk (Inuit) (Large) (Mutants of the most horrid sort.)



The A-mi-Kuk

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Rakshasa92
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posted July 31, 2014 12:31 AM

I've updated the main-post, many names can now be clicked on so a picture will be shown.

Some pictures are strange to you, but it's about the idea.

Like the Polong has a Carnage (From spiderman) picture, but I like to see a blood like ooze that can take humanoid form, and that looks much like Carnage.

Hope you like the pictures and I hope they all work!

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posted July 31, 2014 09:12 AM

Really nice! It helps that now I don't have to google each one of them to know what they are

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posted July 31, 2014 01:29 PM

If a picture doesn't work for you, please tell me! I replace it!

Can anyone see the Fetch picture? (its in the demon list)

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Supreme Hero
posted July 31, 2014 01:52 PM

Yes, it is the silver surfer coming out of a mirror

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Rakshasa92
Rakshasa92


Supreme Hero
posted July 31, 2014 03:14 PM

Steyn said:
Yes, it is the silver surfer coming out of a mirror


Thanks!

It's actually a doppelganger-like creature that hunts vain humans from mirrors and replaces their lives so they can kill more.

Bloody Mary is their Queen, the mirror queen.

The Gaasyendietha picture is suppose to be a giant astroid/meteor/comet that comes from the sky, but that is a transformer-like dragon, that becomes a rock-like dragon when it hits a planet.

It's a freaking cool meteor-dragon, but too bad NOBODY on internet thought that would be cool to draw... So if you can draw dragons and rocks, please draw a cool Meteor Dragon, you'll be the first to draw that! (insane I know, that idea is so cool)

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Steyn
Steyn


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posted July 31, 2014 03:37 PM
Edited by Steyn at 16:27, 31 Jul 2014.


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Rakshasa92
Rakshasa92


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posted July 31, 2014 09:56 PM
Edited by Rakshasa92 at 22:07, 31 Jul 2014.

Thanks for the pictures man, but they aren't really what i'm after, i've seen those on google ;-p



Ok, most monsters have pictures, for some I still have to upload some pictures I have in my books, but for some there aren't ANY pictures available, not on google and not on Deviantart.

So if there are some gifted people on here that like to draw something never done before here are the creatures I can't find suited pictures for;

1) Aswang: A horrid ghoul-like creature, male with half-long black filthy hair. All his body parts can be seperated from his body, much like the Manananggal and Penananggal, but also his hands, eyeballs and feet can be seperated from the body, the drawing should be something like a swarm of bodyparts, every serperated bodypart has tentacles growing out of the spot they got seperated.

2) Itzpapalotl: With the wings of a beautiful butterfly and the body of a skeleton humanoid-horror this is a very strange creature, it compares beauty with death. The lowerbody of the skeleton is like a skeleton seahorse.

3) Bocanach: This large ghostly goat has burning blue eyes and a macabre lantern hanging from his neck with souls seen inside it.

4) Otso: Just a ghostly bear would do, strangely there isn't any ghostly bear art on any site to be found...

5) Mokoi: This vampiric undead is floating in the air and is surrounded by a magical aura, he wears a tribal-mask on his face with long bird-feathers on it. Three boomerangs fly behind it, hold still and controlled by telekinesis.

6) Vetala: This nosferatu-like being has a very large brain growing on his head and wears long cape-like clothes. They are female brain-suckers and feed on brains and intelligence/memories ect.

7) Asag: This stone-demon looks pretty much like a stone version of the D&D Hezrou demon, but like the surinam toad/frog, smaller stone-demon copies grow from this demons back, the smaller demons look like copies of their parent creature.

8) Binaye-Ahani: This is demonic totem-pole-like creature that has two humanoid figures on it like tattoos.

9) Yeitso: A ogre-sized giant with Pangolin-like scales over its entire body, it can use the pangolin-like scales as knife-like throwing weapons, the scales grow back instantly when they are torn off.

10) Raktavija: A typical Hindu Demon looking much like Rakshasa, the cool thing must be in the blood art, similar looking creatures grow from the blood that drips on the ground, these blood clones are smaller than the parent creature and last only for a short time before they fade away again.

11) Fury: A horrid female monster with torn angel wings, they are dripping with blood which they can shape into all types of weapons. Much like witchblade from that old comic.

12) Valkyrie: A warrior angel-looking woman that rides on a Sleipnir/8 legged horse of war.

13) Hraesvelgr: Damn, there isn't one giant (that looks much like D&D's cloud giants with the light-blue skin and white hair) with bird-like wings on the entire network to be found... Really strange! Winged Giants are never draw before?

14) Ly Erg: This pretty blonde, elf like being has one normal arm, and the other arm is extremly large and deformed into a red monstrous arm dripping with blood.

15) Leanan Sidhe: A pretty elven woman that emerges from a painting, she's half in the painting and half out of the painting.

16) Maenad: much like a female jackl N hyde, her normal form is that of a very pretty female, when she gets mad however, she turns into this ugly ogre-like monster. Much like Zarbon from Dragonball Z.

17) Encantado: A very pretty pink-haired male nymph, and his other form is that of a pink-skinned river dolphin.
Both forms have pink shining eyes.

18) Clurichaun: An evil magenta-wearing leprechaun that holds something alcoholic in his hand and red four-leaved clovers.

19) Bauk: A wall with a black shadow-like spot on the wall, in this shadow circle two yellow eyes shine with pure terror, and a large evil smile is seen as well, the smile is much like the Cheshire Cat. This shadow bogeyman also has more shadow spots on the wall where his claws come from. This creature is much like the Spiderman enemy named Spot, he can teleport his body through shadow portals.

20) Bloody Bones: A horrid, bloody, crawling skeleton thing (much like the skeleton of a orc) that only has very long arms on which it crawls, large fangs, and instead of a lowerbody this creature has bloody, alien tentacles.

21) Shellycoat: Much like an old monstrous hermit (creepy old man) that is dressed in all types of shells. He uses a very cool giant shell as shield and another large shell as cool sharp weapon, on his head he also has a cool large shell.

22) Brollachan: Much like mist or fog, but inside the fog shapes of horrid things are seen, like skulls, monsters and humans screaming faces.

23) Nargun: much like a Water Bug (that walks on water) but made entirely from stone.

24) Haietlik: A very cool electric blue sea serpent (not as large as other sea serpents) which head ends in a spear-like point, not really looking like a spear as its from rock, not from metal, the body is cracking with lightning.

25) Teumessian Fox: A cool running (with shadows behind it because it runs so fast) silver fox with evil glance in its eyes.

26) Ugjuknarpak: A turned small boat lies on the lake, underneath the turned boat you see two red shiny eyes in the shadow, a long mouse-like tail that ends in a sharp point comes from behind the boat.

27) Nguruvilu: A red fox that is shaped  much like a serpent, but it still has 4 feet. Just an awsome mix of serpent and fox.

28) Echeneis: A remora-fish monster with magnetic powers, it flies through the air with some random metallic objects behind it.

29) Adze: Some monstrous Firefly monster that glows with macabre light.

30) Cactus Cat: A cactus shaped like a puma, with all the spikes and stuff going on, it's tail ends in a club-like weapon.

31) Bakru: Two twin children made from flesh and wood, their hands and feet end in wood-like sharp points, one does a handstand while the other stands normally, its like they dance into battle.

32) Planctae: Two twin rock-golems that crush another humanoid creature between the two of them.

33) Amhuluk: Some awesome mutant-looking lake creature, half humanoid and half monstrous, alien slime dripping from its entire body. In the lake you see other creatures mutating.

34) Lavellan: An alien-looking rat thing with green colors, it drips with poison. It's the most poisonous creature alive.

35) Rompo: A horrid looking small mammal/rodent horror which bones pierce through its skin, it can control its own bone-growth. It's powers are much like those of Marrow from the x-men comics.

36) Butatsch-Ah-Ilgs: A magma ooze which has many maws and eyes inside its hot mass. Its like the Gibbering Mouther from D&D, but made from boiling lava.

37) Nuppeppo: Much like ooze made from the flesh of many humans.

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Rakshasa92
Rakshasa92


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posted July 31, 2014 11:26 PM

Is there a limit to how much I can update the first post?

As I can't edit and add stuff anymore, everything I add will give a error...

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Maurice
Maurice

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posted August 01, 2014 10:33 AM

Rakshasa92 said:
Is there a limit to how much I can update the first post?

As I can't edit and add stuff anymore, everything I add will give a error...


There's probably a limit to how much you can write in any single post. I think you've just found that limit .

That's usually the reason why people - when they intend to write down a lot - make several posts in a row, reserving them for later editing. If you had done so too, you could have moved part of the info to the second post in the line.

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