time-left-to-kill: “ They say she went to fight the river in the sky. ”

time-left-to-kill: “ They say she went to fight the river in the sky. ”

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A Gallery of Original Dragons that Rules

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Monster TRUCK smash cake... I think I can do this.

Monster TRUCK smash cake... I think I can do this.

MONSTROS DO RIO: Assassino Russo (Discovery) HD.

MONSTROS DO RIO: Assassino Russo (Discovery) HD.

Alkonost (Fae/Centauric)(Large) – The second evolution of the Harpy. While Harpies and Furies are ugly, feral creatures without much color spare for the blood of their victims, the Alkonost appears to be a true pearl of nature, with feathers of all the colors of the rainbow. They have the most beautiful voices of all creatures, but the effects they spread are far from benevolent. Their voices destroy memories and take away the will to live from other creatures. (Russian)

Fantasy Digital Art by Vasylina Holodilina

Alkonost (Fae/Centauric)(Large) – The second evolution of the Harpy. While Harpies and Furies are ugly, feral creatures without much color spare for the blood of their victims, the Alkonost appears to be a true pearl of nature, with feathers of all the colors of the rainbow. They have the most beautiful voices of all creatures, but the effects they spread are far from benevolent. Their voices destroy memories and take away the will to live from other creatures. (Russian)

Morbid Fantasy

Morbid Fantasy

El muerto no olvida y menos cuando hacen tratado de palabra, me rio de la mentira cuando se la verdad.

El muerto no olvida y menos cuando hacen tratado de palabra, me rio de la mentira cuando se la verdad.

The peryton is a fictional animal combining the physical features of a stag and a bird. The Peryton was created and described by Jorge Luis Borges in his Book of Imaginary Beings, using a supposedly long-lost medieval manuscript as a source. G.River

The peryton is a fictional animal combining the physical features of a stag and a bird. The Peryton was created and described by Jorge Luis Borges in his Book of Imaginary Beings, using a supposedly long-lost medieval manuscript as a source. G.River

Slaad, Green (from the D&D fifth edition Monster Manual). Art by Conceptopolis.

Slaad, Green (from the D&D fifth edition Monster Manual). Art by Conceptopolis.

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20120321querebre.jpg 569×650 pixels

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