Kusarikko/Gud-alim- Mesopotamian myth: a demon of mountains and spawn of Tiamat. He stands upright at doorways to protect from melevolent Intruders. He has the horns, ears, and hindquarters of a bull and the torso, arms, and face of a man. He was killed by Marduk.
Kayeri - The upgrade for the Trenti, these giant mushroom creatures kill other creatures and let them rot at their feet so they take nutrients from the decaying corpse like all fungus do. Unrelated: I think I dreamt of one of these once. We worshiped it.
Enkidu- Babylonian myth: a hairy, horned, wild man that is created by clay and the saliva of Aruru, the creation goddess. He was sent to diminish Gilgamesh of his arrogance. They were equal in strength and power, so they became best friends. They had many adventures together.
(Art by Victor P Corbella) Eloko (plural: Bikolo) Origins-Mongo tribe (Congo) Zaire Habitat- Rainforest Dwarf/trolls Eloko (pl, Biloko) is a term in a Mongo-Nkundo language referring to a kind of dwarf-like creature that lives in the forests.
Obayifo- West African myth: a vampire/witch-like creature that may inhabit the bodies of ordinary people. they have shifty eyes and are obsessed with food. at night, their armpits and anus emit a phosphorescent light.
Psoglav (doghead) Serbian mythology: belief about it existed in parts of Bosnia and Montenegro. Psoglav was described as having a human body with horse legs, and dog's head with iron teeth and a single eye on the forehead.
The valravn is a creature with origins in Danish folklore. Valravne have many different appearances. Some take the form of a large, humanoid raven that can transform into a knight. Sometimes, they look like a half-raven, half-wolf creature.