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Ittan-momen

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Monster No. 066 by Onehundred-Monsters.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Monster No. 066 by Onehundred-Monsters.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Wadjet- Egyptian myth: a patron goddess that protected kings and women in childbirth. She was often depicted with a snake head or a snake body.

Wadjet- Egyptian myth: a patron goddess that protected kings and women in childbirth. She was often depicted with a snake head or a snake body.

Rokurokubi by PEJIE.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Rokurokubi by PEJIE.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Jinmenken - The lost spirits of road accident victims, these Japanese ghosts take on the forms of dogs with humanoid faces, and are known to appear on highways at night and run at extremely high speeds. They are capable of human speech, though will either attack or ask to be left alone instead of engaging in a conversation. Strangely, the beings seem to be of a recent origin.

Jinmenken - The lost spirits of road accident victims, these Japanese ghosts take on the forms of dogs with humanoid faces, and are known to appear on highways at night and run at extremely high speeds. They are capable of human speech, though will either attack or ask to be left alone instead of engaging in a conversation. Strangely, the beings seem to be of a recent origin.

Shōjō - These monsters from Japanese folklore resemble orangutans, and will live in places where there is lots of alcohol. Only those who are drunk can percieve the beasts, and the monsters can only be killed using a sword that has recieved a Shinto blessing.

Shōjō - These monsters from Japanese folklore resemble orangutans, and will live in places where there is lots of alcohol. Only those who are drunk can percieve the beasts, and the monsters can only be killed using a sword that has recieved a Shinto blessing.

Vejigante- Puerto Rican folklore: colorful and frightful demons who scared people to go back to church.

Vejigante- Puerto Rican folklore: colorful and frightful demons who scared people to go back to church.

Yale/Centicore- European folklore: a goat like creature, a little bigger than a horse that had boar tusks and two swiveling horns that can be positioned every which way. In heraldry it meant proud deference

Yale/Centicore- European folklore: a goat like creature, a little bigger than a horse that had boar tusks and two swiveling horns that can be positioned every which way. In heraldry it meant proud deference

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Nuribotoke- Japanese myth: an animated corpse with darkened skin, dangling eyeballs, largely bloated stomachs and occasionally having a catfish's tail. They are believed to have revived due to poor care of the household shrine. It will act like a messenger of the Buddha but give out false prophecies to fool worshipers. It is also believed to dance often, more so during the demons' night parade

Nuribotoke- Japanese myth: an animated corpse with darkened skin, dangling eyeballs, largely bloated stomachs and occasionally having a catfish's tail. They are believed to have revived due to poor care of the household shrine. It will act like a messenger of the Buddha but give out false prophecies to fool worshipers. It is also believed to dance often, more so during the demons' night parade

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