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voiceofnature: “ Illustrations from the book Nordic Creatures / Nordiska väsen by Johan Egerkrans. From top these creatures are called Askefroa, Källrå and Näcken.

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Once the proud defenders of law and justice, the Vindatus have been reduced to mere bounty-hunters, applying their magic and cunning to the highest bidder.

they-hide-in-the-dark:  Ijiraq - A shapeshifter from Inuit mythology, an Ijiraq is a spirit that has the ability to transform into any arctic animal in order to disguise themselves. Normally it appears as a half-man-half-caribou monster but it can take any form that it chooses. Its most common ones being: a raven, bear, wolf or human. The only part of its body that it cannot disguise is its eyes, which are bright red. No matter what form it takes its eyes will remain red.

Ijiraq - A shapeshifter from Inuit mythology, an Ijiraq is a spirit that has the ability to transform into any arctic animal in order to disguise themselves. Normally it appears as a.

modern monsters sightings | KrakenThis legendary giant sea monster is said to inhabit the coastal ...

Kraken This legendary giant sea monster is said to inhabit the coastal regions of Norway and Greenland. Sightings of Kraken have been recorded as far back as the Century and may have been.

'Green Chamber' by Kornelia K.

No wonder voldermort named his snake this. Two white Nāginī. A female nāga is a nāgī or nāginī. Nāga is the Sanskrit and Pāli word for a deity taking the form of a very great snake—specifically the King Cobra, found in Hinduism and Buddhism.

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