Michał Sulima

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Psoglav (doghead) Serbian mythology: belief about it existed in parts of Bosnia and Montenegro. Psoglav was described as having a human body with horse legs, and dog's head with iron teeth and a single eye on the forehead.  Psoglavs were described to live in caves, or in a dark land, which has plenty of gemstones, but no sun. They practice anthropophagy, by eating people, or even digging out corpses from graves to eat them.

Psoglav (doghead) Serbian mythology: belief about it existed in parts of Bosnia and Montenegro. Psoglav was described as having a human body with horse legs, and dog's head with iron teeth and a single eye on the forehead.

wastehound-am:  Artist: Bruce Pennington

wastehound-am: Artist: Bruce Pennington

Vecna, Raluca Marinescu on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/wg6DO

Vecna, Raluca Marinescu on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/wg6DO

A tree spirit and guardian have been possessed with daemonic feelings and wrathfully devour all kind of living creatures that will come close to it.

J!NX : Fan Art Friday - Murlocs

This week's Fan Art Friday spotlight is on Murlocs from Blizzard Entertainment's World of Warcraft.

Marabbecca- Sicilian legend: an aquatic creature that lives in wells and snatches and drags children that get to close to their wells. It was most likely invented by protective parents to scare their children.

Marabbecca- Sicilian legend: an aquatic creature that lives in wells and snatches and drags children that get to close to their wells. It was most likely invented by protective parents to scare their children.

Yara-ma-yha-who- Australian folklore: a red, arboreal creature that sucked its victims blood by means of little suction cups on its fingertips. Its said to sallow people but not eat them; swallow them to then regurgitate them as another yaramayhawho. He was a story fabricated to scare children from going out into the woods by themselves

The Yara-ma-yha-who is a traditional boogieman thought to have been used by Aboriginal families to keep their children from wandering away unattended. Yara-ma-yha-who

Chan (Aberration)(Large) – Stalking reefs and beach shores these enormous and gluttonous clam horrors lie waiting for prey to come to them. Their magical black pearls can create illusions of another creatures desires, luring the overjoyed victims right into their snapping maws. Captured victims are digested very slowly, and saving them from their living prison proves extremely hard as little materials can break a Chan shell. They sometimes work together with Shellycoat. (Chinese)

Chan (Aberration)(Large) – Stalking reefs and beach shores these enormous and gluttonous clam horrors lie waiting for prey to come to them. Their magical black pearls can create illusions of another creatures desires, luring the overjoyed victims right into their snapping maws. Captured victims are digested very slowly, and saving them from their living prison proves extremely hard as little materials can break a Chan shell. They sometimes work together with Shellycoat. (Chinese)