Monster of the Month: January

Wendigo: The Wendigo is a Native American creature that they say is created when a person decides to forsake human convention and become a cannibal. That does not sound like an idea situation; I mean who wakes up one morning and says to them self, " Hey, I think I want to eat human flesh today!" Most Wendigo's were made back in the 1800-1900's when...

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Monster of the Month: October

Vampires are mythological or folkloric beings who subsist by feeding on the life essence, blood. That is where I will end the formal definition of this creature. Vampires have been around forever, made popular by Bram Stoker's Dracula in 1897. To me vampires are the most varietal monster there is. They can be dressed up, dressed down,...

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Monster of the Month: August

Shapeshifting occurs when a being (usually human) either (1) has the ability to change its shape into that of another person, creature, or other entity or (2) finds its shape involuntarily changed by someone else. If the shape change is voluntary, its cause may be an act of will, a magic word or magic words, a potion, or a magic object. If the change is involuntary, its...

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Monster of the Month: June

The Babay- In several countries a bogey man like creature with a sack on his back carries away naughty children. He is also depicted as a mean, skinny, ugly man that eats the misbehaving children he collects. In Brazil it is portrayed as an adult male that usually dressed as a vagrant that carries the sac on his back to sell the naughty children he collects.In Chile he...

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