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Harpies - a rapacious monster described as having a woman's head and body and a bird's wings and claws or depicted as a bird of prey with a woman's face.(Greek Mythology)
Quetzalcoatl - a chief Toltec and Aztec god identified with the wind and air and represented by a feathered serpent. The pan-Mesoamerican god and a historical leader, Ce Acatl Topiltzin Quetzalcoatl. The story goes that this hero, probably a king and/or a priest, left the Toltec capital of Tula after an episode of treachery, and promised to return.The last emperor Moctezuma, welcomed Cortes as the returning god, based on the supposed resemblance between the Spanish conquistador and the god.
Ashur, Assyrian God by Photo Researchers
Hippocampus - In Roman lore, the Hippocampus was said to be the fastest creature in the ocean.
The Colchian Dragon is a massive serpent like dragon within greek mythology. What inspires me most about this creature is its serpent like aspects, primarily its body. I am considering possibly having a serpent shaped body for my boss character as I really like the idea from this creature and would like to incorporate its features in my own work.
Chimera - creature that comprise a lion, a goat and a snake. Similar to Cerberus, Chimera parents were Typhon and Echidna. In the literature, Chimera is often depicted as a female creature, that is capable of breathing fire.
Abraxas - Guardian of the Universe, Greek Mythology.
Unicorn - mythical animal typically represented as a horse with a single straight horn projecting from its forehead.
Scylla and Charybdis - Scylla was a horrible six-headed monster who lived on a rock on one side of a narrow strait. And on the other side was whirlpool called Charybdis. Stuck in a situation where you face two dangers on either side of you, and moving away from one danger would be moving closer to the other.