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Maniaks - revenger

Maniaks - revenger

Rakshas by GaudiBuendia.  A demon or unrighteous spirit in Hinduism that feeds on human flesh, sleep on a bed of dead insects. Shapechangers  magicians, appear in the forms of humans, dogs, and large birds. They can make themselves invisible and can not enter a home without being invited. According to the Ramayana, an ancient Sanskrit epic, they were created from the Foot of Brahma, the Hindu God of Creation.

Rakshas by GaudiBuendia. A demon or unrighteous spirit in Hinduism that feeds on human flesh, sleep on a bed of dead insects. Shapechangers magicians, appear in the forms of humans, dogs, and large birds. They can make themselves invisible and can not enter a home without being invited. According to the Ramayana, an ancient Sanskrit epic, they were created from the Foot of Brahma, the Hindu God of Creation.

Jungle Skirmish by ~Mischeviouslittleelf on deviantART

Jungle Skirmish by ~Mischeviouslittleelf on deviantART

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Last tutorial for 3DTotal, It will be in the March issue of 2DArtist. Gracias por la gran mano a , un groso del arte por lejos! Ou, and check this website from Richard Egan, is a Mythical Creatures...

Last tutorial for 3DTotal, It will be in the March issue of 2DArtist. Gracias por la gran mano a , un groso del arte por lejos! Ou, and check this website from Richard Egan, is a Mythical Creatures...

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Gnolls are the literary descendants of Lord Dunsany's "gnoles", who were clever, evil and nonhuman. Gary Gygax writes in the earliest edition of Dungeons & Dragons (1974): "A cross between gnomes and trolls (...perhaps, Lord Dunsany did not really make it all that clear) with +2 morale. Otherwise they are similar to hobgoblins..."

Gnolls are the literary descendants of Lord Dunsany's "gnoles", who were clever, evil and nonhuman. Gary Gygax writes in the earliest edition of Dungeons & Dragons (1974): "A cross between gnomes and trolls (...perhaps, Lord Dunsany did not really make it all that clear) with +2 morale. Otherwise they are similar to hobgoblins..."

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image Catfolk - Google Search

Ancient Greek on Horseback

Ancient Greek on Horseback

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