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Vitruvian Werewolf - "Petre’s hands flexed into fists at his sides and his back arched. His eyes set and his entire frame became rigid. He growled and grew and didn’t care, for it was already too late. The transformation had been allowed to occur and he was out-of-control. All fists and fur, claws and fangs, he launched upon the helpless, mourning Prince entirely without mercy…" #DOD1 #epicfantasy #fiction #indie #series #DestinyofDragons #DOD

Vitruvian Werewolf - "Petre’s hands flexed into fists at his sides and his back arched. His eyes set and his entire frame became rigid. He growled and grew and didn’t care, for it was already too late. The transformation had been allowed to occur and he w

Said to be a canibalistic disease of the heart/mind in which the affected person consumes the lives of other humans and things with no regard for the natural balance of things… equated to greed and a deep fear of lack.

Said to be a canibalistic disease of the heart/mind in which the affected person consumes the lives of other humans and things with no regard for the natural balance of things… equated to greed and a deep fear.beware of the wendigo

The province of Kessig consists of rolling farmlands surrounded by grasping fingers of dense, dark woods. The woods hide werewolves, ghosts, and other supernatural menaces, while the farmlands support a hardscrabble rural livelihood for Kessig's humans.

Concept art by Steve Prescott Planeswalker's Guide to Innistrad: Kessig and Werewolves

The BAKE-KUJIRA (literally "ghost whale") is a mythical Japanese yōkai (spirit-creature) deriving from western Japan. It is categorized as large ghostly skeletal whale and is said to be accompanied by strange birds and fish as it wanders the seas. In one story a fisherman tries to catch it with his harpoon but the harpoon sailed right through the beast and the Bake-kujira floated away, leaving the fisherman dumbstruck in awe.

The BAKE-KUJIRA (literally "ghost whale") is a mythical Japanese yōkai (spirit-creature) deriving from western Japan. It is categorized as large ghostly skeletal whale and is said to be accompanied by strange birds and fish as it wanders the seas. In one story a fisherman tries to catch it with his harpoon but the harpoon sailed right through the beast and the Bake-kujira floated away, leaving the fisherman dumbstruck in awe.

Jorogumo....Japanese folklore

Jorogumo, a Japanese creature from folklore resembling the common interpretation of Arachne as a half-spider half-woman

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El arte del Hombre Lobo o Lobizón

(Open rp) I turn into my werewolf form, screaming in pain as doing so. I then howl at the moon

Grimm Fairy Tales 1 page 14 by ~sketchpimp on deviantART

Here is another page from Grimm Fairy Tales This was made into a huge cardboard standup for the Zenescope Booth at comicbook conventions. Grimm Fairy Tales 1 page 14

The Unicornis Manuscripts by Michael Green

De Historia et Veritate Unicornis (On the History and Truth of the Unicorn) by Michael Green

Anubis and Sekhemet or Bastet (both were lion goddesses). This is an amazing image.

I think the descriptions are kinda dumb but the photos are really cool

Who would win?

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