Legendary Creature Generator

Fantastical and mythical creatures generated for your enjoyment and inspiration.

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This being comes from another world. It looks like a wolverine with the hindquarters of a grashopper. As opposed to solid substance, it appears to be made of some genatinous material.
This being comes from the future. It looks like a ferret sculpted into the form a wolf. Its body seems strangely flattened, almost like cloth or paper.
This bizarre being originated before mankind did. It looks like a frog warped into the form a wolverine. It seems to be hollow, as if it is more of an outfit than a living creature.
This bizarre entity is the incarnation of a living person's hatred. It looks like a mouse sculpted into the form a turtle. It has no legs.
This creature evolved from other life forms. It resembles a shark, and it has five heads. It appears to be a plant instead of a creature. It seems to warp and distort space wherever it is.
This legendary monster comes from another world. It resembles a mule and has the tail of a fox. Instead of flesh, it appears to be a kind of mechanism.
This legendary monster is an avatar of Satan, and it is fanatically loyal. It looks like an eel warped into the form a tarantula. Its body seems to be made from various demonic beings. It is wreathed in mists.
This mysterious being evolved alongside mankind. It looks like a nautilus sculpted into the form an owl. It has legs with an unusual amount of joints. Electricity crackles from its body.
This mysterious creature is the incarnation of a living person's hearbreak. It looks like an orangutan twisted into the form a tarantula. It has no legs. It appears to be wearing a suit of armor.
This mythical being is an accidental creation of alchemists. It reminds one of a gecko and has the legs of a ferret, though its legs are unusually very short. It seems to be hollow, as if it is more of an outfit than a living creature. It leaves a trail of blood wherever it goes.

 

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