Now, let’s see…hm… what more creatures do you guys want to see more of? It could be just one creature. Example: A goblin story.
This will help me figure out an idea for my contest entry. My head is spinning right now.
maybe a wendigo one , dragon one or witch one
Witches, dragons, goblins, bats, ghosts
I love sirens for some reason, witch doctors/witches, just mainly female mythical villains.
Also recently learned about the Ciguapa from Dominican folklore. Guess that can be a cool one to add in if you’re looking for something different
yeah i know those ones.
yes, we need more mermaid stories.
im also checking out horror movies to get inspiration so ill think about what i want to write about.
I don’t know if you could create a character for him but the boogeyman would be interesting to see in an episode story
lol BOOGA BOOGA BOOGA!
Goblins are my favourite fantasy race, but they’re not in stories as often as some of Tolkein’s other fantasy races (elves, dwarves, orcs) and I don’t think that’s very epic of us.
I have no boundaries for my story and am just trying to fit in as many different fantasy everythings as possible. Some may say I’m obsessed. I might agree with them.
ghouls, goblins, ghosts, pixies, mermaids, sirens, elves, the abomiable snow man
And yes I know I didnt spell the last one right
A little late but here we go
Witches, vampire, werewolves, fairies, pixies, ghost, goblins, elves, trolls, aliens, mermaids, sirens, naga, Medusa, elemental people, orges, lamia, Minotaur, hydra, Centaurs, faun, kitsune, gargoyle, Anubis, devil, angel, demons, dwarf, banshee, Bigfoot, yeti, cyclops, grim reaper, gnome, dragon, wendigo, mothman, New Jersey devil, phoenix, scylla, Sasquatch, sphinx, zombie, thunderbird, manticore, kappa, griffin, golem, bogeyman,
m o t h m a n
tf is a thunderbird
Wendigos, Shtriga, Tulpas, etc. I can do research on creatures for you, It saves you time and makes me happy as a puppy.
There’s also different kinds of witches, ghosts, etc. In John Wick, they call him the bogeyman, but perhaps even more interesting, Baba Yaga. In Slavic folklore, she’s about as close to the “wicked witch” as one could get. In Russian folklore, she’s alluded to as “the bogeyman”.
A couple more because I have no life
Satyr, incubus, succubus, Arachne, imp, slime people, chimaera, harpy, Echidna, gorgons, giants, dryad, orc, yōkai, sea monsters, kraken, lizard people, mummy, nekos, nightmare, phantoms, oni, shinigami, selkie, skeletons, bug people, unicorn, alicorn, werecats, weresheep, wyvern, will-o-the-wisp, undine, ratatoskr, sylph, hippogriff, hippocampus, sorceress, amazons, headless people, nymphs, muses, basilisk, Frankensteins monster, rat king, black dog, chupacabra, hellhound, Fenrir, Cockatrice, pegasus, kelpie, demon cat, Bastet, Ra, Sekhment, Horus, Mongolian death worm, Yuki-onna, cerberus, valkyrie, Ammit, genie, djinn, leprechaun, gremlin, shadow people, Cetus, leviathan, werejaguar,