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Hydra-this greek dragon regenerated heads every time one was severed. For one cut off head, two more grew. Hercules had to use his head when he faced this beast. He soon found the solution in not only burning the decapitated stumps, he also stabbed the monster in it's heart.

Hydra-this greek dragon regenerated heads every time one was severed. For one cut off head, two more grew. Hercules had to use his head when he faced this beast. He soon found the solution in not only burning the decapitated stumps, he also stabbed the monster in it's heart.

Bugbear (Celtic) - The weakest bogeyman variant. These pathetic creatures, unlike their more powerful cousins, have little magical abilities. They are said to be the crossing of bogeyman and goblins. They just bully weaker creatures around, tearing their flesh and eating their bones while the victims watch in pain are their main hobbies. They often serve as war-leaders in goblin bands or serve more powerful bogeymen.

Bugbear (Celtic) - The weakest bogeyman variant. These pathetic creatures, unlike their more powerful cousins, have little magical abilities. They are said to be the crossing of bogeyman and goblins. They just bully weaker creatures around, tearing their flesh and eating their bones while the victims watch in pain are their main hobbies. They often serve as war-leaders in goblin bands or serve more powerful bogeymen.

Cyclopes- Greek myth: a primordial race of giants, each with a single eye in the middle of his forehead. Hesiod described three one-eyed Cyclopes, Brontes, Steropes and Arges the sons of Uranus and Gaia, brothers of the Titans, builders and craftsmen, while the epic poet Homer described another group of mortal herdsmen Cyclopes.

Cyclopes- Greek myth: a primordial race of giants, each with a single eye in the middle of his forehead. Hesiod described three one-eyed Cyclopes, Brontes, Steropes and Arges the sons of Uranus and Gaia, brothers of the Titans, builders and craftsmen, while the epic poet Homer described another group of mortal herdsmen Cyclopes.

La statua di un drago in ferro e acciaio. #draghi #dragoni

La statua di un drago in ferro e acciaio. #draghi #dragoni

Medusa by ~shutupandwhisper on deviantART

Medusa by ~shutupandwhisper on deviantART

Elisabetta I*- ritratto detto The Armada Portrait, dipinto nel 1588 per ricordare la disfatta dell'Invincibile Armata

Elisabetta I*- ritratto detto The Armada Portrait, dipinto nel 1588 per ricordare la disfatta dell'Invincibile Armata

Il Kraken dipinto da Bob Eggleton

Il Kraken dipinto da Bob Eggleton

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Very much like this guy - color and head and gnarly heavy build.  Six limbed of course, but otherwise on target.

Very much like this guy - color and head and gnarly heavy build. Six limbed of course, but otherwise on target.

L’Idra di Lerna è un gigantesco essere acquatico della mitologia greca. Figlia di Echidna e Tifone è rappresentata cidraon 7, 9, 50 e perfino 100 teste di cui solo una era mortale. Con corpo da drago, lunghi artigli e una possente coda era praticamente invulnerabile. Secondo la leggenda se si recideva una testa, nello stesso punto ne nasceva immediatamente un’altra.

L’Idra di Lerna è un gigantesco essere acquatico della mitologia greca. Figlia di Echidna e Tifone è rappresentata cidraon 7, 9, 50 e perfino 100 teste di cui solo una era mortale. Con corpo da drago, lunghi artigli e una possente coda era praticamente invulnerabile. Secondo la leggenda se si recideva una testa, nello stesso punto ne nasceva immediatamente un’altra.

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