Itzpapalotl- Aztec myth: name means "obsidian butterfly". She is a skeletal goddess that rules paradise. She has obsidian wing blades and obsidian talons. She sometimes turns into a beautiful human woman.
"This book is a collection of African myths, discussing creation stories, trickster stories, the "evil eye," and gods and goddesses of various African tribes.
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A Mayan warrior. This is not bad for a high status tribesman somewhere "on the fringe" - such as the Káchar tribes of the Chákas, who are described briefly in "The Man of Gold".
Mallku- Incan myth: a giant condor that protects the Andes mountains and that punishes bad behavior.
Nine headed Pheonix- Chinese myth: an early version of the Phoenix that was abolished after the fall of a kingdom.
Colel cab- Mayan myth: goddess of bees and the earth.
Nordic folklore these creatures have a likely origin of the Jotner in Norse mythology. Jotner were most damaging to the Norse gods , but sometimes benefit
Mboi Tui - One of the seven legendary monsters of Guarani legends, who patrols the swamps and protect amphibian life. It is said that the Mboi Tui lets out a horrible squawk which can be heard from afar and instills fear in all who hear it
TZITZIMIME In Aztec mythology, is a deity associated with stars. They were depicted as skeletal female figures wearing skirts often with skull and crossbone designs. In Postconquest descriptions they.
goddess chantico: Goddess of the firebox, of fires in the family hearth and volcanoes. She broke a fast by eating paprika with roasted fish, and was turned into a dog by Tonacatecuhtli as punishment. She wears a crown of poisonous cactus spikes, and takes the form of a red serpent
Tlaloc - Aztec God of Rain by Rowen Silver
Ohaguro-bettari- Japanese myth: a female creature that appears like a beautiful…
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The Thing Beast (PROPNOMICON)
printed Thingbeast, Paul Braddock on ArtStation at…