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- Adze
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- Agares
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- Alicorn
- Alp
- Amphiptere
- Amphisbaena
- Amy
- Andras
- Angel
- Ankou
- Archangel
- Asmodeus
- Astaroth
- Atikaya
- Atmospheric Beast
- Aži Dahāka
- Baba Yaga
- Bael
- Bahamut
- Baí Zé
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- Baku
- Bandersnatch
- Banshee
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- Basilisk
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- Beelzebub
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- Beholder
- Beithir
- Belial
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- Bhut
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- Black Annis
- Black-Eyed Child
- Bloody Bones
- Bogle
- Boogeyman
- Botis
- Brownie
- Buggane
- Bunyip
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- Carbuncle
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- Changeling
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- Cherufe
- Chimera
- Chinese Dragon
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- Church Grim
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- Colour Out of Space
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- Crocotta
- Cthulhu
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- Daemon
- Dame Blanche
- Dantalion
- Dearg-due
- Deep One
- Demogorgon
- Dhampir
- Dhole
- Div-e Sepid
- Djinni
- Dokkaebi
- Dominion
- Domovoi
- Doppelgänger
- Dragon Turtle
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- Drop Bear
- Dryad
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- Eyeless Jack
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- Fext
- Flatwoods Monster
- Flying Head
- Flying Polyp
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- Fresno Nightcrawler
- Fucanglong
- Furcas
- Furfur
- Fury
- Futakuchi-onna
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- Gamigin
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- Jiangshi
- Jörmungandr
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- Jötunn
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- Kabandha
- Kaiju
- Kamaitachi
- Kappa
- Kapre
- Karkadann
- Kasa-obake
- Kawa-akago
- Kelpie
- Kikimora
- Kinnara
- Kirmira
- Kishi
- Kitsune
- Kobold
- Kodama
- Kongamato 
- Koschei
- Kraken
- Krampus
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- Melon Head
- Menehune
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- Merfolk
- Mi-go
- Midnight Man
- Mind Flayer
- Minotaur
- Mngwa
- Mokèlé-mbèmbé
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- Mongolian Death Worm
- Moon-Beast
- Morax
- Morlock
- Moroi
- Mothman
- Mr. Hyde
- Murmur
- Myrmecoleon
- Naberius
- Nachzehrer
- Nāga
- Nemean Lion
- Nephilim
- Nereid
- Nightgaunt
- Nightmarcher
- Ningen
- Ningyo
- Nixie
- Noppera-bō
- Northfield Pigman
- Nuckelavee
- Nue
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- Nybbas
- Ogopogo
- Ogre
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- Onibi
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- Orang Pendek
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- Ose
- Otoroshi
- Otyugh
- Ovinnik
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- Paimon
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- Patupaiarehe
- Pazuzu
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- Peri
- Peryton
- Peuchen
- Phoenix
- Pishacha
- Pishtaco
- Pixie
- Pixiu
- Polong
- Poltergeist
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- Poroniec
- Possessed Doll
- Power
- Prahasta
- Preta
- Principality
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- Puck
- Pukwudgie
- Purson
- Qalupalik
- Qilin
- Radande
- Rake
- Ramidreju
- Räum
- Ravana
- Redcap
- Reptilian
- Roc
- Rokurokubi
- Rusalka
- Sabnock
- Saci
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- Salamander
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- Santelmo
- Sânziene
- Sarlacc
- Sasquatch
- Satan
- Sayona
- Scarecrow
- Scitalis
- Scylla
- Seere
- Selkie
- Seps
- Seraph
- Shadow Person
- Shantak
- Shellycoat
- Shen
- Shikigami
- Shirime
- Shōjō
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- Sigbin
- Siren
- Sitri
- Skeleton
- Skinwalker
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- Skyfish
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- Slenderman
- Sluagh
- Snallygaster
- Spartoi
- Sphinx
- Spring-Heeled Jack
- Squonk
- Stolas
- Strigoi
- Strix
- Subahu
- Succubus
- Şüräle
- Surtur
- Susuwatari
- Swan Maiden
- Sylph
- Taniwha
- Tanuki
- Tarasque
- Tatzelwurm
- Tengu
- Thoqqua
- Thunderbird
- Tibicena
- Tiefling
- Tikbalang
- Titan
- Tiyanak
- Tizheruk
- Treant
- Troll
- Tsuchigumo
- Tupilaq
- Turul
- Tuyul
- Typhon
- Tzitzimitl
- Uchchaihshravas
- Umibōzu
- Undine
- Unicorn
- U’tlun’ta
- Valefar
- Valkyrie
- Vargouille
- Vassago
- Ved
- Vibhishana
- Vila
- Virtue 
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- Wandjina
- Water Leaper
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- Werewolf
- Wight
- Will-o’-Wisp
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- Wolpertinger
- Wulver
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- Xenomorph
- Yaksha
- Yara-ma-yha-who
- Yeth Hound
- Yeti
- Yithian
- Yowie
- Yuki-onna
- Ziz
- Zmey Gorynych
- Zombie

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_George Harrison; United States/Estados Unidos; California/Califórnia; Los Angeles; Kinnara School of Music; August 3rd 1967/3 de agosto de 1967.

_Photo/Foto: Ed Caraeff.

_Source/Fonte: Karina Beat Tumblr (http://karinabeat.tumblr.com/).

huntsmen-team-sabl  asked:

1. Taji, who have you hurt the most?

He always said we were a team..but he left us for dead.

//So sorta plot(?) headcanon where Team BRYT gets into a Grimm ambush and Yelo expends most of his energy to defend Rue. Taji is left to carry the rest of this unconscious dude, while entrusting Rue to call for Bu or any other help coming back.

Rue lies and leaves her to fend for themselves.

Floria AU - Character List

Mythics

Evan - Avian (Owl)

Jon - Merman

Cartoonz - Fire Demon

Bryce - Angel

Ohm - Incubus

Moo - Kinnara / Centaur

Marcel - Nature Fairy

Derp Crew - Werewolves

@youranonymousartist / A.A - Trickster

@libraryofbbs / Spark - Neko

@charlottes-sinbin / Char-Onan - Fire Dragon

CJ - Kitsune

@skippin-doodlesHawn - Will-O’-The-Wisp

Koala - Fire Fairy

@just-a-fandom-mess / June - Dryad

Abbey - Necromancer

@random-cluster-missile / Julius - Sphinx

@themythicalumbreon / Maddie - Cheetaur

@thaka / Pearlescent & Sunburn - Celestial Horses

@sunshinefirefox1 / Suri - Witch

Humans

Mini - Scientist / Field Researcher

Tyler - Hunter

Scotty (suggested by @king-draws) - Camper

Daithi (suggested by @king-draws) - Camper

Satt (suggested by @king-draws) - Camper

Smii7y (suggested by @a-wannabe-canadian) - Nature reserve worker

@pyxthetrash / Pyx - Café worker (Flower Cups)

Daily monster 219: Kinnara

Region of origin: Southeast Asia

Related to a similar creature in Hindu mythology, the Kinnara (males, or its female counterpart the Kinnari) are a race of man-birds in Buddhist stories renowned for their kindness, acting as guardians of mankind and symbols of everlasting love. They are said to be fond of music and often depicted holding manjira or other traditional instruments.

Here in the Philippines, we have a folklore about Kinaras (Philippines’ counterpart for Harpies)

The Kinara or Kinari the devoted lover with the beautiful face and body of a woman (sometimes a boy) with feathered wings and claws who will love and devotedly serve the mortal they have fallen in love with and when their hearts get broken they turn into winged monsters that feed on blood called Mandurugo In pre-colonial Philippines Kinnara or Kinarri are symbol of androgynous beauty and of a lover’s devotion a symbol of ethereal beauty and undying devotion towards a lover. Pre-colonial gold have been found depicting such otherworldly beauty. In Philippine epics and folklore kinara or kinari usually guards a jar of treasure but is actually guarding the remains of his human lover, since pre-colonial Philippines people bury their deceased in jars along with their gold and precious stones.

And so, why not make it Sterek huh? *wink*