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É forma de gigante com duas cabeça que facilmente enganado por grupo muito experiente que tenha que combate-lo, porem que é um dos mais resistente já que além da pele tem forma de visualização dupla que ponto a favor e contra já que ambos lado comando movimento corporal, usando boa estratégia em grupo essa criatura pode ser vencida com pouco de sorte e muita arte manha, mas se ele pegar seu alvo reze por uma morte rápida e indolor.

É forma de gigante com duas cabeça que facilmente enganado por grupo muito experiente que tenha que combate-lo, porem que é um dos mais resistente já que além da pele tem forma de visualização dupla que ponto a favor e contra já que ambos lado comando movimento corporal, usando boa estratégia em grupo essa criatura pode ser vencida com pouco de sorte e muita arte manha, mas se ele pegar seu alvo reze por uma morte rápida e indolor.

Laestrygon (Greek) - Giant cannibals that feed on other Giant-breeds especially the gentle giants. They hunt in great packs and use their long nails to skin a giant alive so they can wear their skins, the Laestrygon don't have skins of their own. Most other giants fear them.

Astral Stalkers are another one of D&D pearls. Laestrygone giants (cannibal giants, that in mythika mostly hunt for other giant types) from greek mythology could look a bit like them.

Behemoth King (Final Fantasy XIII) - The Final Fantasy Wiki - 10 years of having more Final Fantasy information than Cid could research! - Wikia

Behemoth King (Final Fantasy XIII)

Behemoth King (Final Fantasy XIII) - The Final Fantasy Wiki - 10 years of having more Final Fantasy information than Cid could research!

Lambton Worm – Giant monstrous worm monster that is send to destroy towns or something like that.

Lambton Worm – Giant monstrous worm monster that is send to destroy towns or something like that.

Kijimuna - Skilled fishermen, these Japanese forest faeries are said to be irritating magical tricksters, and to sit on the chests of sleeping victims at night to make them unable to breathe. In their true form, they resemble short humanoids with long red hair and pointed ears, though often assume the appearance of human children. Despite their tricky nature, they have sometimes been known to befriend humans in times of dire need.

Kijimuna - Skilled fishermen, these Japanese forest faeries are said to be irritating magical tricksters, and to sit on the chests of sleeping victims at night to make them unable to breathe. In their true form, they resemble short humanoids with long red hair and pointed ears, though often assume the appearance of human children. Despite their tricky nature, they have sometimes been known to befriend humans in times of dire need.

Wizards of the Coast and Sasquatch Game Studio have released the D&D Princes of the Apocalypse for the Elemental Evil adventure line and I was lucky enough to have some pieces of artwork i...

Wizards of the Coast and Sasquatch Game Studio have released the D&D Princes of the Apocalypse for the Elemental Evil adventure line and I was . Dungeons and Dragons: IceShield Orc

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Mythical Giants Concepts by Emrah Elmasli - What an ART

Ly Erg (Scottish) - Elf-like fae that serve the Horseman of War. They have two forms, in their normal form they look much like feral elves with one bloody red hand, and in this form they challenge other creatures to a duel, when other accept the duel the creature turns into its war-like form which is nearly invincible . When they kill a victim they absorb its blood and soul into their bloody hand, they often lead gangs of Redcaps.

Ly Erg (Scottish) - Elf-like fae that serve the Horseman of War. They have two forms, in their normal form they look much like feral elves with one bloody red hand, and in this form they challenge other creatures to a duel, when other accept the duel the creature turns into its war-like form which is nearly invincible . When they kill a victim they absorb its blood and soul into their bloody hand, they often lead gangs of Redcaps.

Jidra- middle eastern myth: A plant creature that is permanently attached to soil. It is extremely fierce and carnivorous eating anything that comes near including plants, animals and men. The only way to kill the monster is to hack at its roots and when killed it screams in pain. The bones, when powdered and added to wine, it becomes a powerful antidote.

Jidra- middle eastern myth: A plant creature that is permanently attached to soil. It is extremely fierce and carnivorous eating anything that comes near including plants, animals and men. The only way to kill the monster is to hack at its roots and when killed it screams in pain. The bones, when powdered and added to wine, it becomes a powerful antidote.

Pazuzu - King of Wind Demons Incense Sticks

Pazuzu - King of Wind Demons Incense Sticks

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Kyut- Burmese myth: malevolent Armadillo folk that enjoy tricking humans to get lost in the forest.

Kyut- Burmese myth: malevolent Armadillo folk that enjoy tricking humans to get…