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The Thing would be awesome but a logistics nightmare to stat up.


Def want some more of the Kaiju


MMCJawa wrote:


Except they have already stated that for now, Starfinder will have only one hardcover in the RPG line, and won't get it's own line of books

Other than constructs like robots (which are in bestiary 5 already) most alien monsters don't use guns (think things like xenomorphs or The Thing), or if they do they would be items they would be equipped yet. Should be easy to swap out equipment if you wanted to use a sci fi monster in a fantasy game.

Hm, interesting. Then yea, Bestiary 6 is likely to have a fair number.

Though conversely, it may be more a space-NPC guide we need. Since we have alien monsters, but what we kinda need is sample Bone Sages, Lashunta, etc. foes. And ones in the new classes. I wonder if the hardback will have a section of those.


PcWarduke wrote:
Def want some more of the Kaiju

Space kaiju.


Like Gidra the 3 headed monster, Ultra man, and that series of things Ultra man fought in the later part of the series? It was the same monster, but it was a swarm of germs that made Kaiju out of other creatures?


More Kaiju would be welcome though I think James Jacobs said any future kaiju stats would be in campaign setting specific areas.


Puts Spawn of Rovagug title on Gidra. "Welcome to Golarion!"


Dragon78 wrote:
More Kaiju would be welcome though I think James Jacobs said any future kaiju stats would be in campaign setting specific areas.

Seems like something to stick into an AP bestiary.


No, more like a campaign setting book like Kaiju Revisited/Unleashed.


Dragon78 wrote:
No, more like a campaign setting book like Kaiju Revisited/Unleashed.

I would pay in blood for that.

I would also like to see a Revisited book featuring some of the monsters from Tian Xia. They don't get enough love. Yokai Revisited?

We have giant mantis shrimp now. Since Paizo has proven that they're not afraid to delve into weird/obscure vermin, I think it's time for giant Velvet Worms. And probably Giant Scorpionflies as well, they have those in Fallout now I believe.


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We need bobbit worms. They are absolutely horrifying

And then, make them robots. Even more terrifying


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Anthony Adam wrote:
Hey all, just popping in to let you know there will no sheet updates for the next 10-12 days as I am on holiday in Seattle, attending Paizocon and spending a few non con days catching some sights.

Back home safe and sound, jet lag handled and will be resuming the list updates this weekend.


I am surprised that after several years we still do not have giant sundew and giant pitcher plants.


More Inevitables, more Psychopomps, more Proteans, and more Aeons, although we did get a couple in Bestiary 5. I feel like neutral outsiders i.e., Lawful Neutral, Neutral, and Chaotic Neutral, don't really get a whole lot of love.


Please Include the Security Mannequin (from Numeria: Land of Fallen Stars). It is completely unacceptable that a version of them with the AI template is part of the PRD, and not the original creature. They even included robots in B5, so there is no good excuse for this creature to have been omitted.


More plants such as Exploding Shrooms. When you pull the black, spherical, cap off you have one round to throw it before it explodes. 1D6 for fine, 2D6 for tiny, and 3D6 for small.


A note for folklore monster collectors:

I have just purchased this wonderful book.

Monsters! The A-Z of Zooform Phenomena

Great index including some of the usuals but specializing in a huge menagerie of modern folkloric entities just too bizarre to be called "Cryptids." Tons of fun. A lot of them don't have what I would consider workable names, but that's never stopped Paizo before. When I get some spare time I'll post some of the creatures from it on this thread.

As an example of the kinds of creatures that appear in it, that weird shrimp monster that showed up on Critter Compendium a couple weeks ago is pretty standard for it. If your interest in folklore creatures extends to monsters like that, then you'll love it. If not, than probably not for you. Lots of Mothman-type entities too.


A monster that I've wanted forever that no one on here seems to be aware of and I don't think I've formally mentioned either, except on the endless list of names. Post taken from another forum and spoilered.

Kakasbal:
But among these bizarre (Mayan) beings, none was as horrible as the Kakasbal. A nocturnal, hairy monster with huge horns and large ears, countless arms and feet, crow's talons, and I s~~@ you not, monkey's testicles spread in nooks and crannies of a body made of the organs of the animals consumed by the monster. His eyes flashed lightning, his voice was a dull, guttural sound. His tail was usually a snake's or alligator's. Where he went, he left behind a wake of smashed trees and dead animals. His breath was foul and quite literally poisonous, so wherever he went, he poisoned plants, ruined crops, and brought plague and famine with him.

All in all, kind of hard to miss the m*$#@*+@@!!!'s presence. It's advised to get the f$!& outta his domain if you should ever wander in. Humans were his preferred prey. He'd tear the flesh of adults with powerful fangs, but he would poison small children so he could drink their blood. He was also a shapeshifter, and enjoyed taking the form of a horrid, evil bird, a perfectly formed man, or even a tiny insect.

Just an interesting little beastie from around here. I'm not sure if this even classifies as a cryptid, but I liked the general idea. Kind of like a Nuckelavee, but without the fleshlessness.

Another Mayan creature mentioned by the same person is the Ek Chapat. "(A) massive centipede with seven heads who waited until an unwary traveler passed by his lair, where he would emerge and pose unsolvable riddles. If the traveler didn't answer correctly, Ek Chapat's seven heads would feast on the squirming unfortunate."

Delightfully weird hydra/centipede/sphinx combo.


Hmmm I was really interested in that book, until you said it has many monsters like that Shrimp creature from Critter Compendium, that was my least favorite critter of the entire page of her.

Kakasbal sound interesting, but I would cut the shapeshifting stuff. I don't really understand what you say with monkey testicles? But an organ stealing horror is cool. No wonder nobody heared about it, there is absolutely no info whatsoever to find about the Kakasbal on google, only some pictures (without info) and dog-information of dogs in mayan mythology?


Maybe this one will be the bestiary they reprint the oni, kami, and other creatures from the Jade Regent AP.


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A better version of my personal bestiary 6 wishlist:

Berselius's Bestiary VI Wishlist:
Alicorn: Occasionally a Pegasus and a Unicorn will fall in love with one another and the foal they end up producing is often this majestic combination of the best of both species.

Agathion, Ophidial: Serpent-like Agathion that use their powerful psychic magic and acquired holy relics to defend the minds of mortals against forces that would twist them to evil.

Agathion, Caprinal: Graceful faun / satyr-like humanoid Agathions with spiraling rams horns coming out of their heads. They cast spells like a 7th level cleric and can use their lay on hands ability to remove disease (as remove disease), poison (as neutralize poison), and fatigue in addition to curing damage.

Agathion, Loxonal: Eclipsed in power only by the Draconals, these armored, elephant-like Agathion can rage like a powerful barbarian and possess a powerful trumpeting ability which acts as a holy word spell.

Archon, Blade: These humanoid archons are capable of surrounding themselves with a heavenly pinwheel that resembles the blade barrier spell.

Archon, Evangelizer: These powerful archons espouse the wisdom of heaven and possess an ability similar to the Deimauiggas of Hell in that they can permanently shift a creatures alignment one step towards lawful good.

Archon, Monarch: Surpassing even the Star Archons in power and grace, fiends tremble when these archons unseat themselves from their flying heavenly thrones and unsheathe their vorpal greatswords.

Cackle Bird: This large bird of prey seems to possess an excessive amount of feathers that are green in color and it's cry seems strangely like laughter. It possesses the ability to breath a cloud of gas that causes all who breathe it to break out into uncontrollable bouts of laughter (as hideous laughter).

Daemon, Mahaha: Daemons that are spawned by the souls of neutral evil mortals who died by freezing to death. They possess the ability to cover the wounds of a foe in a substance called blightfrost (resembling burning ice as black as the void of night).

Daemon, Makhai: Humanoid daemons with two torsos back to back with each other which enables them to attack more than one person. They are usually spawned by the souls of neutral evil mortals who died as a result of death in a duel against an opponent.

Demon, Asag: A demon known to demoniacs and scholars as "rock demons", they can slowly petrify opponents with their melee attacks and can glide through stone as fish swim through water.

Demon, Empusa: A demon known to demoniacs and scholars as "lava demons", they commonly serve demonic lords of fire and can heat metal weaponry that damages them in melee.

Devil, Addiction (Atropocustra): These insectoid devils spread the will of hell with their powerful narcotics, forcing those addicted to their drugs to serve the whims of the Archdevils.

Devil, Crusader (Ascensoriel): These centaur-like devils act as advanced cavalry and elite shock troops for the forces of Hell.

Devil, Desert (Ghalshoaton): Crocodile-like devils who bear a potent weakness to holy water and seek to tempt the inhabitants of desert kingdoms into following the will of Hell.

Devil, Hellforge (Savnogon): These devils work the infernal forges of Hell, are covered in wrought iron, and reek of fire and brimstone.

Devil, Hunter (Edavagor): These huge, two headed wolves possess rotting eyes and act as tireless plane-hopping hunters of lost souls and escaped devils who have betrayed the powers of Hell.

Devil, Physician (Paigeon): Just as Contract Devils tempt with bargains and Cabal Devils tempt with promises of arcane power, so to do the Physician Devils tempt with promises of healing.

Devil, Rumor (Dababum): These sinister, rat-like Devils exist to slander and ruin the names and reputations of the enemies of Hell.

Devil, Seduction (Lilim): Created from especially wicked female souls claimed by the Whore Queen Ardad Lili, these seductive female Devils exist solely to tempt men with physical pleasure.

Div, Arszhenk: These gargantuan, minotaur-like Div are often used in the armies of Div as living war machines / siege engines.

Div, Bushyasta: These morbidly obese Div of sloth are despised even by other Div as they are renowned as deceivers and manipulators. They radiate an aura of lethargy.

Div, Druj Nasu: These disgusting fly-like Div possess a foul stench and cause any food, water, or plant-life near them to rot, decay, and become foul.

Div, Fulad-Zereh: These Div look like animate sets of fiendish armor but they can actually be worn by other div or mortals to boost their power.

Gigas, Boneyard: Mysterious and inscrutable, these gaunt gargantuan giants are clothed in flowing red robes and go about a mysterious agenda that even the Psychopomps aren't aware of.

Gigas, Elysium: These fair, benevolent, and courageous gargantuan giants serve the Elysian Titans and the other good-aligned powers of the Plane of Elysium in eliminating evil all over the multiverse.

Gigas, Negative Energy (Necrophyscian): These skeletal gargantuan giants have rotting flesh, jutting bones, and a horrifically grotesque grin upon all their wide eye-stitched faces.

Gigas, Nirvana: Mysterious and mystic gargantuan giants that roam Nirvana and the Material Plane forever altering the landscape with their dreaming.

Gigas, Positive Energy (Lumigen): Devoted to the creation of life, these gargantuan giants of white hot flame roam the multiverse creating and enhancing life whether they trod.

Lycanthrope, Wereraven: These mischievous but ultimately benevolent lycanthropes can summon swarms of ravens to pluck the eyes out of their foes and can cause their feathered wings to become as sharp as blades but possess a unique vulnerability to gold as well as to silver.

Lycanthrope, Wereape: Bestial, chaotic, and destructive, these lycanthropes are even more primal than the Wereboars and are found almost exclusively in tropical jungle areas.

Lycanthrope, Wereserpent: As cold as the blood that runs through their veins, these lycanthropes are rumored to have originated via experiments on humanoids performed by serpentfolk seeking to transform other races into more of their kind.

Lycanthrope, Werespider: These highly unusual and thankfully rare shape changers do not lay eggs as regular spiders do but instead give birth to children the way the humanoids afflicted with their particular strain of lycanthropy would. They possess the ability spin webs and can summon swarms of spiders but they are also dazzled while in areas of bright light.

Dragon, Meteor: Also known as "Gaasyendietha" by the natives of mountain and interstellar communities, these colossal rocky dragons are capable of interstellar travel and love to stargaze and seek out knowledge hidden amongst the various worlds of the material plane. It is advised to not anger them though as they can be selfishly destructive and bear devastating breath weapons of red hot flaming rocks resembling a meteor shower.

Dragon, Song: Sometimes called "Cirein Croin" by natives of certain coastal regions of the world, these colossal, benevolent, sinewy, shape changing dragons love the sea and possess powerful song-based abilities similar to a high level bard's.


Asian style lesser dragon that starts life as a carp/goldfish like in the myths but changes into an adult dragon during a storm or causes a storm when it matures. Also some other dragon species that start as something when they are younger that doesn't look like a dragon such as worm/snake, newt/salamander, human, etc.


The self stitcher might be the origin of those weird legends. When they kill a creature they can add parts to themselves. They lack the rejection defect most living thins have, and are instead more resistant to the diseases that such practices cause. Each part makes them less human and more monstrous till they become horrific.

Similarly a person without rejection could add tech to themselves till they start to think as a robot. Such cyborgs can attach magic items and can gain temporary relief from their cyber psychosis with magic. They can fight the programming as they would fight possession or an intelligent magic items.


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Hey all,

Small update made having returned from Seattle...

Request Sheet Google Share

Includes requests on pages 1-18 of this thread, and I have also added the latest module Ire of the Storm and the Inner Sea Monster Codex to the existing creatures lists.

Outstanding Creature Requests : 3,581 (+4)
Creatures Currently Available : 2,451 (+84)

Still working through the campaign, setting and companion books...


Hey Anthony, how was your trip?

So is that 2,451 number just for reprints from Paizo product?


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That 2,451 - now 2,516 ;) - is the total number of creatures found in Paizo only products currently available - so far I have worked through and entered creatures from...

Core Rulebook
Advanced Class Guide
Advanced Player's Guide
Advanced Race Guide
Bestiary
Bestiary 2
Bestiary 3
Bestiary 4
Bestiary 5
Bonus Bestiary
Gamemastery Guide
Monster Codex
Mythic Adventures
NPC Codex
Occult Adventures
Pathfinder Unchained
Strategy Guide
Ultimate Campaign
Ultimate Combat
Ultimate Equipment
Ultimate Intrigue
Ultimate Magic

Adventurer's Armory
Book of the Damned I - Princes of Darkness
Book of the Damned II - Lords of Chaos
Book of the Damned III - Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Campaign Setting
Inner Sea Bestiary
Inner Sea Monster Codex
Inner Sea NPC Codex
Inner Sea World Guide
Occult Bestiary
Pathfinder Society Field Guide

Adventure Paths AP001 through AP102 Hells Rebels 6/6

Academy of Secrets
Beyond the Vault of Souls
Blood of Dragonscar
Broken Chains
Carnival of Tears
Carrion Hill
City of Golden Death
Clash of the Kingslayers
Conquest of Bloodsworn Vale
Crown of the Kobold King
Crucible of Chaos
Crypt of the Everflame
Cult of the Ebon Destroyers
Curse of the Riven Sky
Daughters of Fury
Dawn of the Scarlet Sun
Demon Within
Doom Comes to Dustpawn
Down the Blighted Path
Dragon's Demand
Entombed with the Pharaohs
Fangwood Keep
Feast of Dust
Feast of Ravenmoor
Flight of the Red Raven
From Shore to Sea
Gallery of Evil
Godsmouth Heresy
Guardians of Dragonfall
Hangman's Noose
Hollow's Last Hope
House on Hook Street
Hungry are the Dead
Into the Haunted Forest
Ire of the Storm
Masks of the Living God
Master of the Fallen Fortress
Moonscar
Murder's Mark
No Response from Deepmar
Pact Stone Pyramid
Plunder and Peril
Realm of the Fellnight Queen
Revenge of the Kobold King
Risen from the Sands
River Into Darkness
Ruby Phoenix Tournament
Seven Swords of Sin
Tears at Bitter Manor
The Harrowing
The Midnight Mirror
Tomb of the Iron Medusa
Tower of the Last Baron
Treasure of Chimera Cove
Twice-Damned Prince
Wardens of the Reborn Forge
We Be Goblins
We Be Goblins Too
We Be Goblins Free
Witchwar Legacy

These lists are maintained in the first few columns of the sheet on the first tab (Creatures tab), so you can monitor which products have been added (from row 56 onwards)

The tabs on the sheet are as follows:

Creatures Tab - all creatures including bestiary 5 and 6 wish list requests.

Available Now Tab - just the creatures available across the Paizo product range

Reprints Tab - The reprint requests, so far there are 101 reprint in a bestiary requests made.

General Tab - more general wishes: I wish for an elephant that flies and shoots dragon fire from its trunk and craps flying monkeys out of its butt sort of things.

Template Tab - specific template requests

More of - the more of protean, kyton etc type wishes

Under copyright - request where the exact request is under copyright and the requestor is hoping for a Paizo take/version

The trip was wicked good, Paizocon is a must do convention, I loved the USA and Seattle - the food was excellent there, the people more so.


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The release has been updated by the way...

Changes this release

Bestiary VI Wish List Added page 19

Campaign Setting & Companions
Book of the Damned III - Horsemen of the Apocalypse Added
Occult Bestiary Added


I knew there was a lot creatures in Pathfinder that need to be reprinted to hardcover bestiaries but wow.


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Dragon78 wrote:

I knew there was a lot creatures in Pathfinder that need to be reprinted to hardcover bestiaries but wow.

I'll see if there is an easy formula for me to exclude those already in a bestiary from that count. I'll get back you soon.


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Anthony Adam wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:

I knew there was a lot creatures in Pathfinder that need to be reprinted to hardcover bestiaries but wow.

I'll see if there is an easy formula for me to exclude those already in a bestiary from that count. I'll get back you soon.

Ok, I need to do some extra edits, but the quickest and simplest fix I can give is this...

In the A column of Available Now Tab...

It will tell you how many creatures exist that start with A = 153
How many are in a product containing the word "Bestiary" = 127
And how many are not in a Bestiary product = 26

Each column gives their own totals which are then summed to give the overall total - basically it looks like of the 2.5k existing, about 2k give or take will be in a bestiary product.

Note Bestiary includes Bonus Bestiary, Occult Bestiary, Inner Sea Bestiary allowing the simplest of count conditions on the count formulae, so that 127 is ANY bestiary product.


Axiomite Godmind would be interesting for the next bestiary or maybe include a Primal Inevitable.


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A race of creatures that by day take the form of Lashunta but by night transform into monstrous insect like creatures. Maybe originally a tribe of lashunta that was cursed or magical experimented on. They only detect as evil in there true forms at night. The transformation is forced one way or the other.


Templates:
- Multi-headed; how to get a multi-headed creature
- Multi-armed; how to get a creature with multiples arms/forelimbs
- Tauric; how to get a centaur-like combination between 2 creatures
- Kinetic; how to grant Kineticist abilities to creatures of suitable subtypes

New familiars
- Wasp
- Bumblebee
- Mantis
- Scarab
- Beetle
- Caterpillar/Butterfly
- Dog
- Fish, tiny (for aquatic settings)
- Mole
- Rabbit
- Lemur


Dragon78 wrote:
A race of creatures that by day take the form of Lashunta but by night transform into monstrous insect like creatures. Maybe originally a tribe of lashunta that was cursed or magical experimented on. They only detect as evil in there true forms at night. The transformation is forced one way or the other.

Sounds more like a vermin version of Lycanthropy... which is a totally valid template wish ;)


No, not lycanthropy, but as insect like magical beast, monstrous humanoids, or even aberrations. Maybe there monstrous form is some kind of formian or a man-eating caterpillar/grub/larva like thing that shoots web. Maybe they are a race of shapeshifting spies from Nchak.


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Dragon78 wrote:
I knew there was a lot creatures in Pathfinder that need to be reprinted to hardcover bestiaries but wow.

Ok, the extra edits are all done.

These will be in the next update, but to whet your appetite...

Existing Creatures in Paizo Products so far: 2,508
Existing Creatures in a Paizo Bestiary: 1,640
which means...
Existing Creatures not yet in a Paizo Bestiary: 868

:D


Ok, that number sounds a lot closer to what I thought it would be;)


Invunche = Chilean abberation; occurs in two forms, the Invunche, a giant underground bladder shaped being with twisted limbs, and the Trelquehuecuve, a clawed octopus like creature with many eyes arrayed on ear like fins and on separate tentacles. The Invunche is a vampiric sapient creature, while the Trelquehuecuve serves as it's minions, acting as guards and bringing it food. Also served by Chivatos, Feral cannibals raised from birth from abducted children. Invunche dwell in caverns deep underneath the earth, connected to deep lakes. They are sorcerors, and may also collaborate with human warlocks, who provide them with Chivatos. May also be created from a Chivato

Let me remind everyone what an awesome aberration the Invunche would be. Disturbing, weird, two separate forms and it's own servitor race. It's a must have.


The Ganzi appeared in Distant Shores but not - to my knowledge - anywhere else. Since there is a PFS GM boon that allows you to play a Ganzi character it would be great to begin to build some background for the race, so I hope that it will be included in Bestiary 6.


I would like to see a normal (non-specific) Aesir and Vanir as high-CR Outsiders.


Could we handle another hierarchical monster line, or are people sick of those?

For instance, the Rakshasa was a lone creature in B1 (like in the 1st Monster Manual), until B3 came along and added 5 more species to the category; other booklets added more species too. Eberron added more Rakshasas as well back in the days.

So... would it be a good idea for Paizo to pick a solo creature and expand its species further?

Ok, I'm blaming Independance Day for that, but... I'd like them to pick the Gray and add warriors, hunting beasts, flying scouts and of course, a queen or overlord.

Furthermore, well, I kinda miss the Githyankis and their conquering ideals, so...


I am sick of new evil outsider groups, how about focus on the old ones that get little or no love like oni, azura, rakshasa, etc.

I also find it weird that we have an entire AP article about gigas but not a single one has made it into a hardcover bestiary.


Pre-existing Oni not featured in a bestiary:

Atamahuta (Ettin)
Earth Yai (Stone Giant)
Ja Noi (Hobgoblin)
Nogitsune (Kitsune)
Wind Yai (Cloud Giant)
Yamabushi Tengu (Tengu)

Others known to exist:
Bugbear
Great Cyclops
Troll
Troglodyte

Other potential oni:
Boggard
Drow
Duergar
Ghoul (?)
Gnoll
Goblin
Kobold
Lizardfolk
Orc
Ratfolk
Shuagin
Vampire (?)
Minotaur
Girtablilu
Hill Giant
Adherer
Thawn
Salamander
Efreet
Skum
Wyvaran
Cyclops
Jackelwere
Shae
Myceloid
Nephilim
Denizen of Leng
Syrinx
Serpentfolk
Spriggan
Urdefhan
Charau-Ka
Derro
Vishkanya
Centaur
Dark Folk
Harpy
Merfolk
Locathah
Triton
Catfolk
Tanuki
Changeling
Gathlain
Shobhad
Trox
Wayang
Wyrwood (?)
Adaro
Adlet
Deep One
Sasquatch
Ash Giant
Cave Giant
Cliff Giant
Desert Giant
Jungle Giant
Marsh Giant
Ocean Giant
River Giant
Rune Giant
Shadow Giant
Slag Giant
Taiga Giant
Tomb Giant
Wood Giant
Werewolf(?)
Karkinos

Monsters not yet in the game I would like to see Oni based on:
Blemmyes
Jokao (Or another Wendigo-kin)

Mythological Oni:
Yama Uba
Ushi Oni
Sazae Oni
Kijo
Onibaba
Akuma
(Numerous other Yokai could be interpreted as such)


Dragon78 wrote:
I also find it weird that we have an entire AP article about gigas but not a single one has made it into a hardcover bestiary.

Considering that AP #96 and B5 were only 3 months apart, pretty sure that they already had everything ready for B5 and couldn't add more.


The diresite. A wormlike slug thing that attaches to the brainstem. It gives any animal or vermin the beast template. It increases the creature one size category. In addition it raises Strength and Dex. by 2 each at the cost of Int. and Wisdom. Int. and Wis cannot go below 1. They go into a rage at the slightest provocation.

The infected creature has Diresite buds in their saliva and can pass on the condition. The buds must survive a fort save of 18(suggested save) to grow into an attached Diresite. 3D6 hours to transform. It takes a heal spell or greater to kill the Diresite and gradually return the creature to normal. 3D6 hours to recover.


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A note for folklore monster collectors:

I have just purchased this wonderful book.

Monsters! The A-Z of Zooform Phenomena

Great index including some of the usuals but specializing in a huge menagerie of modern folkloric entities just too bizarre to be called "Cryptids." Tons of fun. A lot of them don't have what I would consider workable names, but that's never stopped Paizo before. When I get some spare time I'll post some of the creatures from it on this thread.

As an example of the kinds of creatures that appear in it, that weird shrimp monster that showed up on Critter Compendium a couple weeks ago is pretty standard for it. If your interest in folklore creatures extends to monsters like that, then you'll love it. If not, than probably not for you. Lots of Mothman-type entities too.

Do you got that title from the girl of crittercompendium? Does she actually talk to you? She is pretty good at ignoring my questions... While I gave her much new followers.


A psychic animal based template that turns animals into magical beast with telepathy and a list of psychic related abilities to choose from. Maybe makes there fur, scales, etc. weird colors, gives them antennae, a large exposed brain, or some other strange trait of your choice.


Nightterror wrote:
Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:

A note for folklore monster collectors:

I have just purchased this wonderful book.

Monsters! The A-Z of Zooform Phenomena

Great index including some of the usuals but specializing in a huge menagerie of modern folkloric entities just too bizarre to be called "Cryptids." Tons of fun. A lot of them don't have what I would consider workable names, but that's never stopped Paizo before. When I get some spare time I'll post some of the creatures from it on this thread.

As an example of the kinds of creatures that appear in it, that weird shrimp monster that showed up on Critter Compendium a couple weeks ago is pretty standard for it. If your interest in folklore creatures extends to monsters like that, then you'll love it. If not, than probably not for you. Lots of Mothman-type entities too.

Do you got that title from the girl of crittercompendium? Does she actually talk to you? She is pretty good at ignoring my questions... While I gave her much new followers.

No. I came across it more or less by accident browsing Amazon. She might be using it, though, there's a few creatures I only know through her site and the book. And there are a lot of "high myth" creatures in it as well, if you're wondering. Just not the main focus of the book.


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Reposting my list once again, since it's been greatly expanded upon over the last few months. A small number of creatures are in the game already.

Giant Mythical Monster List:

Aasrivak
Aatxe
Aau
Abaasy
Abada
Abaia
Abao Aqu
Abarimon
Abath
Abatwa
Abbagoochie
Abchanchu
Abere
Abhartach
Abiku
Abu Rigl Maslukha
Abuba
Abuelitos
Abuhuku
Abura Bo
Abura Sumashi
Abyzou
Achachilas
Achelous
Acheri
Achiyalabopa
Achkay
Achlis
Acipenser
Acolmitzli
Adar Llwch Gwin
Adaro
Addanc
Adhene
Adimiron
Adjule
Adnoartina
Adroanzi
Adze
Aegaeon
Aerico
Aeshma
Aeternae
Afreet
Afsus
Aga Kurman
Agas
Agassou
Agata
Aghash
Aghoy
Aglebemu
Agloolik
Agnen
Agogwe
Agriogoumouno
Agrios
Agta
Aguane
Agula
Ah Muzen Cab
Ahau Kin
Ahharu
Ahi At-Trab
Ahkiyyini
Ahlmakoh
Ahool
Ahti
Ahuehuetl
Ahuizotl
Ai
Ai Apaec
Ai Tojon
Aicha Kandida
Aida Hwedo
Aigamuxa
Aije
Aion
Aipalookvik
Airiron
Aitvaras
Aja Ekapad
Aja-Mukhi
Ajatar
Ajchum
Akakasoh
Akakharu
Akamataa
Akanan
Akashita
Akateko
Aker
Akerbeltz
Akesoli
Aketeko
Akheilos
Akhkhazu
Akhlut
Akhlys
Akki
Akkorokamui
Aksar
Akselloak
Aku Aku
Akurra
Akvan
Akuma
Al
Ala (Giant Vampire)
Ala (Thunderbird)
Alaisiage
Alakwis
Alal
Alambegwiino
Alan
Alardi
Alaska Darkman
Alastor
Albastor
Alce
Aldinach
Alfar
Alfemoe
Algul
Alicanto
Alitos
Alkali
Alkha
Alkonost
All Paunch
Allegewi
Allerion
Allu
Almasti
Aloes
Alom Bag Winno Sis
Aloubi
Alouqa
Alp
Alphito
Alphyn
Alpluachra
Alraun
Altamaha Ha
Alukah
Aluxob
Alytos
Amadan
Amakiri
Amanojaku
Amarok
Amaru
Amaypathenya
Amazake
Ambarnik
Ambize
Amemasu
Amemasu
Amentet
Ameonna
Amgwusnasomtaka
Amhuluk
Amikuk
Ammut
Amomongo
Amorini
Amphisbaena
Ampuku
Amuku Sanniya
Anak Gua Batu
Anakim
Analapos
Ananeriite
Anantaboga
Anarrocho
Anaukatoumenos
Anchanchu
Anchanocho
Anchimallen
Anchukta
Anchunga
Andandara
Andskoti
Andura
Anemos
Ang
Angatra
Anggitay
Angiak
Angiris
Angont
Angry One
Anhanga
Animalitos
Animiki
Anito
Aniuka
Aniukha
Aniwye
Anjing Ajak
Ankou
Annani
Anneber
Antelope (Heraldic)
Antero Vipunen
Anteros
Antigonus
Antisoma
Antsybal
Anukite
Anzu
Ao Andon
Ao Ao
Aobozu
Aoroi
Aoyin
Apaiycihaq
Apalala
Apau Perape
Ape Chupacabra
Apicilnic
Apkallu
Apo
Apopa
Aposha
Apotamkin
Appletree Man
Apsarara
Apsasu
Apsonsi
Aptrgangr
Apu
Apuku
Aqrabuamelu
Arabhar
Araganaqlta’a
Araidai
Arak
Arakh
Aralez
Arallu
Araptes
Arathaso
Archura
Ardat
Ardow
Aremha
Arenotelicon
Areop-Enap
Argolito
Argopelter
Ari-Masingan
Aria
Arimaspi
Arimbi
Arjavennik
Arkan Sonney
Arkaroo
Armenki
Armouchiquois
Arpad
Arrach
Arragouset
Artabatitae
Arys’-Pole’
Arzshenk
As Iga
Asakku
Asanbosam
Asdeev
Asema
Asemann
Asenee
Asera
Ash Boy
Ashi-Magari
Ashva-Vyala
Ashvamukhi
Asiman
Asin
Asipatra
Askafroa
Asoon Puksa
Aspis
Asrapa
Astharoth
Astornes
Asuaps
Asuman
Asura Wayupuk
Asurakumara
Atahsaia
Atascotita Ray
Atdliarugit
Athach
Atipa-Tcoba
Atnayalho
Atoi oi Kozo
Atosee
Atosis
Atraoimen
Atshen
Attorcroppe
Attracta Beast
Atua
Atuikakura
Atunkai
Atwuskniges
Aua
Aufhocker
Augerino
Auka
Auki
Aulak
Aumakua
Aun Pana
Aunyaina
Austariko-Pauligaur
Austrian Reptoid
Avagrah
Avan Yu
Awabi
Awahondo
Awaia
Awakkule
Awd Goggie
Awki
Awl Man
Awwim
Axehandle Hound
Axeki
Axeman
Axex
Ayerico
Ayia Nappa Monster
Ayom Tannin
Ays
Azeman
Azeto
Aziwugum
Aziza
Azmych
Aznavor
Azren
Azuki Arai
Azza
Ba-Maguje
Ba-Toye
Babaroga
Babay
Babi
Baboulas
Backahast
Backoo
Baconaua
Badalisc
Badjang
Badogiak
Baduh
Baechnik
Baeksaseum
Baetata
Bagadjimbiri
Bagala
Bagiennik
Bagini
Bagodemon
Bagwyn
Baho U Kong Ya
Bai Ze
Bairiron
Baital
Bajang
Baka
Bakeneko
Bakhtak
Bakororo
Bakru
Baks’ia Ia
Baku
Bakunawa
Balamoob
Balbal
Bald Mountain Beast
Baldanders
Balena
Bali
Bali Djaka
Ballybog
Balubaale
Balung Bidai
Bampira
Bampu
Banalorous
Banaspati
Bandan
Banebdjedet
Bangkit
Bangmangi
Banim Shovavin
Banksia Man
Banmao
Bannik
Bannog
Bantu Dodong
Bantu Il
Bantu Parl
Bantu Saburo
Baobhan
Bapet
Bar Yachre
Bar-Ligura
Barabarlakos
Barabashka
Baravashka
Barbegazi
Barcadzy Calh
Bardha
Bariaua
Barmanou
Barometz
Barong
Barozi
Barstukai
Bas
Basadae
Basajaun
Basan
Bashe
Bashmu
Basscellik
Basty
Bat Winged Monkey Bird
Bathim
Bathin
Batibat
Batsquatch
Batu
Batutut
Baubas
Bauchan
Baudihille
Bauk
Baumesel
Bawirachi
Baxbakwalanuxsiwae
Baykok
Bayou Lake Monster
Bazaloshtsh
Bdemxhong
Be (Bribri Indian)
Be Chasti
Beaman
Beannach
Bebok
Bediadari
Bedzi Aze
Beg Mentas
Begdu San
Begierig
Behemiron
Behtu
Beisht Kione
Bekk Bok
Belian
Belu
Ben
Ben Tamilion
Ben Varrey
Beng
Bennu
Berbalang
Berberoka
Berchta
Beregini
Bergbui
Bergfolk
Bergkonge
Berkeley Square Horror
Berrey Dhone
Beruk
Besach
Besta Fera
Bestyia
Betail
Betikhan
Bhainsasura
Bhakolwa
Bhayankara
Bhootums
Bhurach Bhadi
Bhuta
Bi-Bloux
Bialozar
Bianakith
Biasd Bheaulach
Biast Na Srognig
Bibi
Biboon
Bicha
Bicho Papao
Bichura
Bicorne
Bida
Bidda
Biersal
Bies
Biethir
Big Bird
Bighoot
Bihiri Sanniya
Bil
Bilberry Man
Biliku
Billdad
Billiwhack Monster
Billy Blin
Bilu
Bilwis
Binaye Ahani
Binbogami
Binesi
Bingbuffer
Bingfeng
Birelus
Bisa
Bisan
Bisha Ga Tsuku
Bishop Fish
Bisimbi Bi Masa
Bitaboh
Bitabohs
Bitoso
Black Shuck
Black Sow
Black Taminous
Bladenboro
Bledlochtana
Bledmall
Bleiz Garv
Blodeauwedd
Bloedzuiger
Blood Dog
Blood Drifter
Bloody Bone
Bluatsauger
Bluatschink
Blue Burches
Blue Minch
Bluecap
Bluefield Gargoyle
Blut Aussauger
Bmola
Bo
Boas
Bobalicon
Bobana
Bobbi-Bobbi
Bocan
Bocanach
Bocarin
Bochica
Bockchexe
Bockmann
Bocksmarte
Bodach
Bodachan Sabhaill
Bodath
Bodez
Bodigui
Bodmin Moor Beast
Bodua
Boginki
Bohpoli
Boi Vaquim
Boitata
Bokkenrijder
Bolla
Bolonitsa
Bolotnik
Bolrizohol
Bolter
Boma
Boman
Bombomachides
Bongwang
Boo Bagger
Boo Hag
Boobach
Boobrie
Boochodu
Boogg
Boomasoh
Boongurunguru
Boqs
Boraro
Boreyne
Bori
Boroka
Borovets
Boru Boru
Bosch
Bosh
Bossu
Botis
Bouc Noir
Bouda
Bouzouc
Bownessie
Boyu
Brae Bridge Pigman
Bragg
Brahmaparush
Brandamour
Brethmechin
British Horned Cat
Brobinyak
Brodnitsa
Brollachan
Broosha
Brosno Dragon
Broucalaque
Brounger
Broxa
Brucha
Bruckee
Brucolaco
Bruja
Brunmigi
Bruxae
Btsan
Bua
Buachailleen
Buaka
Buau
Bucca
Buchis
Bucolacs
Budu
Bugarik
Bugul Noz
Bujangga
Bukavac
Bukwus
Bulchin
Bulgasari
Bullerman
Bulugu
Bulweowoo
Bumba
Bungisingis
Bungkus
Buntu Rajasri
Burach-Bhaoi
Buraka
Buraq
Buratsche
Burculacus
Buringcantada
Burrunjor
Burryman
Buru
Busco
Bush Daidai
Bush-asp
Bushyasta
Busimin
Buso
Busse
Buta Cakil
Buta Macan
Buta Sanniya
Buta Terong
Butatsch Cun Ilgs
Buva
Buwaya
Bwbach
Bwciod
Byakko
Byangoma
Caapora
Caballi
Caballucos
Cabbagetown Tunnel Beast
Cabezudo
Cabrakan
Cabyll Uisge
Cac Ditsini
Caci Teperere
Cacnaalkahi
Cactus Cat
Cacus
Caddaja
Cadejo
Cailleach Beare
Caipora
Cakao
Calag
Calanget
Calchona
Caledonia Fire Spook
Callitrice
Calopi
Calygrey
Camahueto
Camaxtli
Cameleopardel
Camphor
Camphurcii
Camulatz
Canaima
Canchus
Candileja
Canguro
Canotila
Cantharus
Canvey Island Monster
Caoranach
Caorthannach
Capcaun
Capelobo
Capiapo Bird
Capirussa
Caravinaigre
Carbuncle
Carcancho
Carcolh
Carmel Road Monster
Carrog
Caryatid
Caspilly
Catacano
Catarenha
Catazonon
Catsiburere
Catsubirere
Cauchemar
Caypor
Ccoa
Cecaelia
Cecrops
Cedar Folk
Ceffyl Dwr
Cel-Rau
Celedon
Celestial Stag
Celphie
Cemi
Cephus
Cerastes
Cercopes
Cervitaur
Cerynitis
Cesmark
Ceuyatl
Chaac
Chaacab
Chaarmarouch
Chaggrin
Chahnameed
Chai Tung
Chak
Chalkydri
Cham
Chamrosh
Chan
Chan Chan
Chancho de lata
Chaneque
Chang Hao
Changbimin
Changfu
Changshe
Changyou
Chapa
Chapalu
Charun
Chauphis
Chearppeschaux
Chedipe
Cheeroonear
Chen
Chenoo
Chepekwe
Cherruve
Cherufe
Chesme
Cheveche
Chi-Bird
Chiai Lung
Chiang Liang
Chichevache
Chichinate
Chichinite
Chichipischekwan
Chickcharney
Chihaienchi
Chile Gargoyle
Chilludo
Chimi
Chimimis
Chimis
Chimisit
Chin Chia
Chincoteague Red Devil
Chindi
Chiniath
Chinthe
Chir Sith
Chiru
Chiruwi
Chiton
Chitowe
Chivato
Chiwanda
Chiwara
Chiye Tanka
Chiyou
Chnoubis
Chochoi
Chollidongigae
Chonchonyi
Chonggak
Chordeva
Chordewa
Choromandae
Chort
Chorti
Chou Ti
Chouyu
Chrysaor
Chu-uha
Chuan Tou
Chuchunaa
Chudo-Yudo
Chuhaister
Chuiaels
Chullachaqui
Chungu
Chupa-Chupa
Churel
Churile
Chuzalungu
Cigouave
Ciguapa
Cigwe
Cihuateteo
Cika
Cikavac
Cin
Cipactli
Cipelahq
Circhos
Cirein Croin
Citipati
Ciudach
Cliff-Ogre
Clutchbone
Coatlicue
Cocijo
Cocodryllus
Cocollona
Codrille
Cohomo
Coinchenn
Colel Cab
Colo Colo
Colorobetch
Coluin Gun Cheann
Con Tinh
Con Tram Nuoc
Conewago Phantom
Congcong
Conglong
Conopenii
Conrit
Copenhagen Devil
Coquena
Coranyeid
Corc Chluasak
Cornfield Creature
Cornu
Corrigan
Cotzbalam
Couril
Craitnag Folley
Craquehhe
Crawfordsville Monster
Criminatores
Crocotta
Crodh Sith
Crom Crumh
Croque Mitaine
Crosswick Monster
Csuz
Cuachag
Cuba
Cuca
Cuchivilu
Cucuio
Cucuy
Cuegle
Cuelebre
Cuero
Cughtagh
Cullo
Culsu
Curapira
Curo
Cusith
Cutty Dyer
Cuval
Cwn Annwn
Cynoprosopi
Da Duka
Da Peng
Da Tengat
Dabbat
Dactyl
Dadhikra
Dagdagiron
Daguk
Dahakka
Dahdahwat
Daidara Bochi
Daimonion
Daitjja
Daitya
Daivers
Dakaki
Dakin
Dakinis
Dakuwaqa
Dalaketnon
Dalgyal
Dalhan
Dama Dagenda
Damayas
Dambhalla
Damk
Damsa (Daitya)
Danag
Danavas
Danghu
Daoine Sidhe
Daramulan
Dard
Darda’il
Dartmouth Demon
Dau
Ddraig Goch
Deadoendjadases
Dean Moose Pig
Dearg-Due
Deceit
Deer Woman
Dehotgohsgayeh
Demala Sanniya
Denai
Deohaka
Deohako
Dercynus
Derketo
Des Moines Winged Monster
Desana
Dev (Gigantoid)
Deva Sanniya
Devalpa
Devil Dandy Dog
Devil’s Snare
Devouring Gourd
Dewi Nagagini
Dhakhan
Dharmapala
Dheeyabery
Dhinabarrada
Dhrana
Dhubba
Dhumavarna
Di-da
Diablesse
Diff Errebi
Digmaul
Dijiang
Ding Ball
Dingbat
Dingonek
Diniao
Dinny Mara
Dipsas
Dirae
Dirawong
Direach
Disemboweler
Disir
Ditcin
Diwe
Djall
Djeien
Djok
Djrangkong
Dobharchu
Dobie
Dobrochoczy
Doc Cuoc
Dockele
Dodelecker
Dodore
Dodu
Doghalal
Dogirs
Dokkaebi
Domovoi
Donestre
Dongdong
Dongo
Dongola Miso
Donn of Cualgne
Donong
Dooligah
Dooligarl
Doonagaes
Doppelsauger
Dorotabo
Dosaido
Dossenus
Douen
Douens
Doumokoumo
Dousheta
Drac
Draca
Dragon Carp
Dragua
Drakul
Drakus
Drangue
Draskylo
Drauge
Dreach-Fhoula
Drekavac
Droll
Drop Bear
Drude
Druden
Druj
Drujas
Dschuma
Dthuwan-gong
Duah
Duam
Duba
Ducci
Dud
Duende
Dueoksini
Duergarr
Dugu
Duivel
Dulklorrkelorrkeng
Dun Cow of Warick
Dungavehooter
Dunnie
Duphon
Duppy
Durong Kraisorn
Dus
Duses
Duwende
Dux-Ljubovnik
Dvadushni
Dvargher (Maggotoid)
Dvorovoi
Dwaalicht
Dwopi
Dzee Bon Da
Dziwozona
Dzoavits
Dzunukwa
Dzuteh
Each Tened
Each Uisge
Eachy
Earth Hound
Ebajalg
Ebwa
Echeneis
Edimmu
Eer Moonan
Ehecatotontin
Eight-Legged Lion
Eintykara
Ejderha
Ekek
El Hombre Caiman
El Naddaha
El Silbon
El Zangarron
Elbe
Elbst
Eleanba Wunda
Elengassen
Elizabeth Lake Devil
Ellen
Ellyllon
Eloko
El’Ish-Kas
Emela Ntouka
Emim
Emogoalekc
Empusa
Emusha
Enano
Encantado
Encerrado
Endrop
Enenra
Enepsigos
Enfield Beast
Enfield Horror
Eng Banka
Engargiya
Engkanto
Enkweshuiyen
Ennedi Tiger
Entare
Entulla
Eoduksini
Ephata
Epheles
Ephialtes
Epunamun
Erboru
Erbuke
Erchitu
Ercinee
Eretik
Eretnik
Erlik
Ermenki
Erqigdlit
Ershu
Eruncha
Esamain Tintin
Esfwr
Espumeros
Estrie
Ethiopian Death Bird
Etiainen
Eurynomos
Ewah
Ewaipanoma
Eye Killer
Fachen
Faduah
Fafnir
Falak
Falin
Fama
Fandrefiala
Fangalobolo
Far Darrig
Farkaskoldus
Fastachee
Fausserole
Fayette
Fayette County Dragon
Fear Dorcha
Fear Gorta
Fear Liath
Fei
Fei Lian
Feishu
Feiyi
Felixstowe Fire Demon
Fene
Feng
Fenghuang
Fenoderee
Fer Caille
Fetch
Feu-Follet
Fext
Fideal
Fifinella
Fifollet
Figonas
Fillyloo
Fimiyo
Finfolk
Finngalkn
Fir Chreig
Fiura
Fjorulalli
Flagae
Flaming Tooth
Flashlight Frog
Florutroll
Flygia
Foawr
Foden Skemend
Folletti
Forso
Fouke
Fresno Nightcrawler
Freybug
Fsti Capcaki
Fu Viper
Fuchong
Fuersteinmannli
Fulad Zereh
Fulgora
Funa Yurei
Furufuhue
Futakuchi
Fuxi
Fylgia
Ga Git
Ga Gorib
Ga Oh
Gaasyendietha
Gaazin
Gabble Retchet
Gabil Puksa
Gaborchend
Gada’zhe
Gadhra
Gaharu
Gahonga
Gainjin
Gajasimha
Gaki
Galbingaa
Galla
Galley Trot
Gallu
Galokwudzuwis
Galtxagorriak
Galtzagorri
Gamainha
Gamaliel
Gamayun
Gambo
Gamchicoth
Gamtu
Gancanagh
Gandabherunda
Gandarva
Gandaspati
Gandayah
Gandayah
Ganehwa
Gangizoko
Ganiagwaihegowa
Ganj
Gans
Gara-Demon
Garappa
Gargouille
Garmr
Garta
Garwaf
Gashadokuro
Gassingram
Gather-On-The-Water
Gaueko
Gaukemares
Gawigawen
Gayal
Gaysorn Singha
Gazeka
Gbahali
Gegenees
Geirfrass
Gelal
Geldegwset
Gendruwos
Genoskwa
Gergasi
Gerjis
Gerota
Getiet
Getqun
Geuseundae
Geyal
Ghaddar
Ghagiel
Ghandareva
Ghandarva
Ghawwas
Ghilan
Ghillie Dhu
Ghole
Ghoreb Zereq
Ghormuhas
Ghost Deer
Ghostly Scarecrow (Thailand Zooform)
Ghoulas
Ghovt
Gibborim
Gidim
Gienganger
Gierach
Gigelorum
Giltine
Gilyuk
Gin Sung
Ginijal Sanniya
Giri
Girona Gnome
Gisurab
Gitaskog
Giu Xian
Giwoitis
Gjakpires
Gjenganger
Glaistig
Glashan
Glashtin
Glatisant
Glaucus
Glawackus
Globster
Glog
Gloson
Gluekeek
Glycon
Gnob-Sbyin
Go Tokebi
Goayr Heddagh
Goborchinu
Godaphro
Goggayya
Gogol
Golachab
Goll Mac Carbada
Gollygog
Golu Sanniya
Gonafo
Gong Gong
Gongo
Good Hoop
Goofang
Gooseberry Wife
Gorgoniy
Gorynya
Gosk
Gougou
Goulekon
Gourd Head
Gowrow
Graeae
Grand Mechant Loup
Grant
Grassman
Grassman
Grave-Sow
Grave-sow
Green Clawed Beast
Green Drive Beast
Green Eyes
Green Knight
Green Lady
Green Ogress
Greentooth
Grimmacha
Grindylow
Groac’h
Grobnik
Groglin Range Monster
Grotesque
Grunch
Grunch Road Monster
Gryla
Grylio
Grzenia
Gualichu
Guardian of the Fishes
Guariba Boia
Gudiao
Guecubu
Gugwe
Guhyaka
Gui Xian
Guiafairo
Guirivulu
Guita
Gullinbursti
Gulma Sanniya
Gulyabani
Gumberoo
Gunaakadeit
Gunni
Gunung
Gurangatch
Gurumapa
Gurumukas
Guta
Gutalana
Gux
Gwaenardel
Gwarach Y Rhibyn
Gwelab’hot
Gwiber
Gwishin
Gwisu
Gwitihn
Gwyllgi
Gwyllion
Gwyllus
Gyedm
Gyiiiiix
Gyik
Gylou
Gymnetae
Gyonshee
Gytrash
Gyuki
Haakapainzi
Habeby
Habergeiss
Habsha
Hachai
Hacker
Hadjoqda
Hadjoqda
Hadnii Mangaa
Haduigona
Haemorrrhois
Haetae
Hafgufa
Hafgygr
Hagodes
Hahuelpuchi
Hai Chai
Hai Ho Sheng
Hai Nu
Hai Riyo
Hai Uri
Haibohe
Haietlik
Haikir
Hainu
Haitio Laux
Hakenmann
Hakulaq
Halpan
Haltija
Ham
Hameh
Hamou Ukaiou
Hampelmann
Hamrammr
Han Saburo
Hanglwuiwui
Hannya
Hant-Pare
Hantceiitehi
Hantceiitehi
Hantu Air
Hantu Apu
Hantu Buta
Haokah
Hapalit
Hapinunu
Harab Serapel
Harionago
Hariti
Harun
Haruna
Hatu-Atu-Topen
Hatuibwari
Hau Guji
Haugbui
Haumia
Havfine
Havhest
Havstramba
Hawaywan
Hawouahoua
Hayicanako
Hayopan
Hayra Pod
Heart Devourer
Hebu
Hecaitomixw
Hecesiiteihii
Hedammu
Hededet
Hedley Kow
Hefnivargar
Heikegani
Hekura
Hekura
Helhest
Heliodromus
Heluo Zhi Yu
Hemara Ussadorn
Hemaraj
Herab Serapel
Herensugue
Heretnik
Herma
Hestovatohkeo’o
Hewo
Hexe
Heyd
Heyu
He’na
Hibagon
Hidebehind
Hiderigami
Hidimba
Hihi
Hiintcabiit
Hiintcabiit
Hili
Hine Ruru
Hinon
Hinqumemen
Hippoturtleox
Hiranya-Kaspiru
Hiranyaksha
Hirguan
Hisa Me
Hishihime
Hitotsu
Hi’cictawi’a
Hmin Nat
Hminza Tase
Ho-O
Hobyah
Hodekin
Hoh Sheng
Hohnogica
Hokewingla
Hokhoku
Holy Hill Creature
Hombre Gato
Hompathro’tci
Hong (Chinese Rainbow Snake)
Honga
Hongaek
Hook Snake
Hopkinsville Goblin
Horerczy
Horomatangi
Hortdan
Hotia POro
Hotopuku
Hou
Houngan
Houston Gargoyle
Ho’ok
Hrokkall
Hrosshvalur
Hsi Wang Mu
Hsi-Hsue-Kue
Hsigo
Hsu-HaoHuitranalwe
Huahuai
Huallepan
Huan
Huan Goat
Huanshu
Huay Chivo
Huecuvu
Huehuecoyotl
Huenauca
Hui
Hui Hound
Hui Lin
Huitranalhue
Huitzilopochtli
Hujiao
Huli Jing
Huli-Jing
Hunchu’ts
Hundun
Hunhau
Huoshu
Hupia
Huptoli
Huru Kareao
Huspalim
Hutan
Huupirikusu
Hvcko Capko
Hvidslangen
Hyakume
Hyldermoder
Hyosube
Hypnos
Hyter
I Mu Kuo Yan
Ialus
Iara
Ibbur
Ibeji
Ichanti
Ichik Ol’quo
Ichneumon
Ichthyocentaur
Idises
Idrus
Iele
Ieles
Iemisch
Ifrit
Ifrita
Igpupiara
Ihasikitse
Ihuaivulu
Ijanas
Ijedtseg
Ijiraq
Ikaki
Ikal-hua
Ikalu Nappa
Ikhals
Ikiryo
Iktomi
Ikuchi
Ikugan
Ikuturso
Ikuutayuuq
Il Belliegha
Illa
Illes
Illuyankas
Ilomba
Imandwa
Imap Umassoursa
Imhullu
Imilozi
Imjim
Immawari
Imoogi
Impundulu
InYuarolliq
Inapertwa
Incus
Indacinga
Indrik
Indus Worm
Ingcel Caech
Ingogo
Inipi
Inkanyamba
Inktomi
Inmai
Inovercy
Intulo
Intxixu
Inugami
Inugpasugssk
Inulpamahuida
Inung
Inupasugjuk
Inurulvt-kikit
Invunche
Inzignanin
Ipilya
Ipotane
Ippon datara
Iqsiniraq
Ira-Kewa
Iratxoak
Ircenrraq
Irimu
Iriz Ima
Irraq
Irshi
Irusan
Ishigaq
Ishigaq
Isiququmadevu
Isithfuntela
Isitoq
Isitwalangcenge
Iskayhuahua Supay
Isnashi
Isnashi
Isohime
Isonade
Ispolin
Isserkrat
Issoire Singing Spider
Istipapa
Istral
It (Shetland)
Itachi
Itopahi
Itopa’½hi
Itseke
Itsumade
Its’te-ya-ha
Itzpapalotl
Iwanci
Iya
Iz
I’wai
JIgar
Jabalius
Jablon
Jabunni Estan
Jack-Iron
Jakotsubaba
Jala Turga
Jambuwal
Jami
Jangjamari
Jann
Jannok
Jaracaca
Jarang Gigi
Jarapiri
Jasy Jatere
Jataya
Jato
Jba Fofi
Je Rouge
Je su chin
Je su chin
Jeci
Jedogonja
Jembalang
Jenglot
Jengu
Jenu
Jerangkung
Jerruillette
Jetin
Je’-rouge
Jiang-Shi
Jiao
Jidra
Jie
Jiegou
Jigarkhwar
Jigo
Jigongmin
Jiki-Ketsu-Gaki
Jikininki
Jilaiya
Jimaninos
Jimeng
Jin Baba
Jinmenju
Jinshin Mushi
Jinshin-Uwo
Jipijkam
Jiques
Jiuweihu
Jnun
Joachimken
Jogah
Jokao
Jollakotturin
Jorogumo
Jubokko
Jugi
Juji
Julunggul
Jumbie
Junjudee
Jurawadbad
Jurik
Juru
Juruwin
Kaan Khowa
Kabandha
Kaboutermann
Kabuso
Kachinas
Kacivoreri
Kacivoveri
Kadimakara
Kafre
Kaftar
Kahausibware
Kahino’a
Kai Tsi
Kaia
Kaibyou
Kaigyet
Kaitorak
Kajis
Kajutaijuq
Kakaka
Kakamora
Kakasbal
Kakli Besar
Kako-u’hthe (Cyclone man)
Kakundakari
Kala Sanniya
Kala Sriha
Kalak
Kalakeya
Kalanoro
Kalengu
Kalevanpojat
Kaliya
Kallicantzaros
Kalona
Kalowa
Kaluk
Kamaitachi
Kamang
Kamapua’a
Kamauso
Kami-kiri
Kampe
Kams
Kana Sanniya
Kanaima
Kani Bouzu
Kaniama
Kanontsistontie’s
Kaous
Kapala Sanniya
Kapre
Karaisaba
Karakoncolos
Karakondjilos
Karakondzol
Karasu Tengu
Karau
Kardiakos
Kargas
Karin Puksa
Karina
Karitehe
Karkadann
Karora
Karura
Karuru
Karzelek
Kasai Rex
Kasha
Kashehotopalo
Kashey
Kasontaki
Kat or Baruxes
Katacan
Katakanas
Katakhana
Katallani
Katanes
Kataw
Katshituashku
Katsumbakazi
Katsura Otoko
Katthveli
Katyn Tayuuq
Kaw Kaw
Kawa Akago
Kawas
Kawatilikalla
Kawekaweau
Kawharu
Kawtcho
Kayeri
Kci-Athossos
Ke-Lo-Sumsh
Ke-mung
Kecieh-Kudieh
Keelut
Keen Keeng
Kejourou
Kekkai
Kelenken
Kelly Green Man
Kelok
Kenaimas
Kenaimes
Kent Bat Beast
Kephn
Ker
Kerakera Onna
Kere
Keremet
Keres
Kerit
Keron-Kenken
Kertau
Keseran Pasaran
Keshalyi
Keshi
Ketos
Ketu
Keukegen
Kewanambo
Keyeme
Keythong
Kfwi-tta
Khadem Quequoma
Khado
Khala
Khalkotauroi
Khan Boghu
Khangarid
Khanzab
Khara
Kharasiri
Kharisiri
Kheglen
Khi Mee
Khi Trau
Khmoc Pray
Khmoch Long
Kholokodumo
Khon Tun
Khorkhore
Khot-Sa-Pohl
Khoziaik Lesa
Khrafstra
Khyah
Khyrtyq
Khyung
Ki Du
Kiang-If
Kiau
Kibaan
Kielkrapf
Kielkropf
Kigatilik
Kiharoa
Kijimuna
Kijo
Kikimora
Kikituk
Kikiyaon
Kikomba
Kilbit
Kilcrops
Kilmoulis
Kilwe
Kilyakai
Kimpurushas
Kimseobang
Kinchafoonie
Kinepikwa
King (Chinese Ungulate)
Kinich Ahau
Kinie Ger
Kinnaras
Kinnaree
Kino-O-Bake
Kintarou
Kin’i
Kioh Twan
Kiraman Katibin
Kirata
Kirin
Kirkigrim
Kirni
Kirtimukha
Kishi
Kisihohkew
Kiskil-Lilla
Kitshi At’husis
Kitzinackas
Kivunga
Kiwahkwa
Kiwolatomuhsisok
Kiwolatomusisok
Kiyo
Kkullas
Klabauter
Kludde
Knocker
Knucker
Knud-Goat
Ko Ngen
Ko-lok
Koakun
Kobel
Koboku
Kocha Puksa
Kochasri
Kodama
Koerakoonlased
Koguhpuk
Koipa Mangian
Kojin
Kok-Lir
Kokkachi
Kokko
Kokogiak
Kokopelli
Koldun
Kolowa
Kolowa
Kolowisi
Kolowisi
Komainu
Kommasso
Komokwa
Konakadet
Konase’
Kondole
Koneso
Kongamoto
Kooleen
Koolookamba
Koosh-Taa-Kaa
Kooshda
Kopek
Kopuwai
Kora Sanniya
Koresck
Korgorusha
Kornwolf
Korokioewe
Koromodako
Koropokkuru
Kosac
Kosci
Kosh
Koshey
Kostchtchie
Kouei
Kowai
Kowi Anukasha
Koyorewen
Kozlak
Krahung
Kraisorn Jumlang
Kraisorn Karwee
Kraisorn Naga
Kraisorn Puksa
Krakonoch
Krampus
Krappa
Krassy
Krasue
Krasyy
Kratt
Kravyad
Kremara
Kresnik
Krojemanchen
Krukis
Kruvinik
Krvoijac
Ksy-Gyik
Kting Voar
Kua Fu
Kuang
Kubera
Kubikajiri
Kucedre
Kuchisake
Kudlak
Kuei
Kuil-Kaax
Kuilob-kaaxob
Kujata
Kukudhi
Kukwes
Kukwes
Kul
Kulili
Kullulu
Kulmking
Kulshedra
Kulta
Kul’
Kumao
Kumiho
Kumpee Nimit
Kun
Kun Peng
Kunapipi
Kundrav
Kunglu
Kuntilanak
Kupe Dyeb
Kupe-Dyeb
Kura
Kurage
Kuraokami
Kuref
Kurekia
Kuri
Kurita
Kuritjah
Kuriwilben
Kurobozu
Kurote
Kurpannga
Kurrea
Kurungai Tuku
Kurupi
Kusarikku
Kusariku
Kushtaka
Kutral
Kutzcata
Ku’ksu
Kwaitanoo
Kwamang-A
Kwanokasha
Kwayu
Kwifi Oto
Kworrom
Kyai Belorong
Kyeryong
Kyokotsu
Kyut
K’Nei
La La (Wendigo)
La Lupuna
La Tarak
LaCrosse Man Bat
Labartou
Labartu
Labbu
Laelaps
Laelaps
Laestrygon
Lagarfljot
Lahmu
Laidley Worm
Lailah
Lailoken
Lakay
Lake People
Lake Worth Monster
Lakin Chan
Lakooma
Lalla Mirra
Laman Lupa
Lame
Lamhoyo
Laminak
Lammasu
Lammikin
Lamminkin
Lampade
Lampalugua
Lampasma
Lampiger
Lampijerovic
Lampir
Lampong
Landvaettir
Lange Wapper
Langut
Laousnicheta
Laousnitsi
Lap
Lapir
Larilari
Laskowice
Lasterein
Latawc
Latawiec
Lau (African)
Lau (Thai)
Lausk
Lavellan
Lawalawa
Lechuza
Leetir Dallan
Leeton
Lehoussi
Lei Bird
Leib Olmai
Leikhein
Lelek
Lelembut
Lempo
Lemure
Lenapizka
Lenghee
Leontophone
Leshii
Letiche
Leyak
Lha-mo
Lhamayin
Lhong Zhi
Li No Zha
Liderc
Liderc Nadaly
Ligahoo
Lightning Fiend
Lihousnitsi
Lik
Likho
Lik’ichiri
Lil Tetrax
Lilitu
Lilyi
Limentinus
Limikkin
Limos
Lion Demon
Lior-trold
Liortrold
Lioubgai
Lioumere
Lithobolia
Little Thunder (Miccosukee)
Liwa
Ljeschi
Llorona
Loango
Lob Ombre
Lobasta
Lobir
Lobishomen
Lobison
Locolico
Lodsilungur
Lofa
Lofa
Loha Mukha
Loka Digij
Loks
Lolmischo
Lompsalo
Longana
Longgok
Longma
Loo Poo Oi’yes
Lorelei
Los Carneros
Loskotuha
Lost Elf (Caddo)
Lotan
Loup Gacrou
Loup Garou
Lousnicheta
Lousnitsi
Loveland Frog
Loviatar
Lu
Lubber
Lubolf
Lucifuges
Lucive
Ludak
Luderc
Luferlang
Lugat
Luison
Lukezi
Lukwata
Lumakaka
Lumpeguin
Lunantishee
Lundfolk
Lunwaba
Luoma Nero
Lupi Manari
Lupirz
Lupo Mannaro
Lusca
Lutin
Lutins
Luwu
Ly Erg
Lyash
Lybbarde
Lyngbakr
Lyngbakur
Lynx
Lyon-Poisson
Ma Ca Rong
Ma Ga (Chicken Vamp)
Ma Mian
Ma Peek
Ma-mo
Maahes
Maasaw
Mabambarang
Macan Gadungan
Macayo
Machanu
Machu
Machudo
Machukuna
Machukuna
Macic
Mad Gasser
Mada
Madou
Madremonte
Madukarahat
Maereboe
Maereboe
Maezt-Dar L’oudou
Mafu
Magalia Beast
Magan
Mahalbiya
Mahasohon
Mahisha
Mahomanay
Mahr
Mai d’agoa
Mai-Gangaddi
Mai-Ja-Chikki
Maighdean Uaine
Maihisikiri
Maihisikiri
Main-Mangi
Maithoachiana
Majky
Maka
Makaia
Makalala
Makalee Pon
Makara
Makawe
Make Make
Makemake
Makhai
Makiawisug
Makishi
Makiutija
Makkaleepol
Mal-Deh-Mer
Malabete
Malakh
Malata
Malawi Terror Beast
Maldape
Mali
Malingee
Malogra
Malpu
Malxas
Mama Dlo
Mamagwasewug
Mamaragan
Mambang
Mamelau
Mami Wati
Mamlab
Mamlambo
Mamon
Mamu
Mamuna
Man met de haak
Man-With-No-Head
Mandaamin
Mandurugo
Maneden
Manetoa
Manetuwi
Mangai
Mangalok
Mangarsaha
Mangkukulam
Mangmangkit
Manguang Anak
Manitou
Manitoukinebic
Manman
Manman Bird
Mannegishi
Mannin Dake
Mano
Mano Peluda
Manogemasak
Manogemasak
Manote Thiha
Mansalauan
Manta
Mantabungal
Mantahungal
Mantindane
Mantindine
Mantygre
Manzasiri
Mara (Buddhist)
Mara (Germanic)
Marabbecca
Marahikan
Marawa
Marbendlar
Marcupo
Mareet
Mare’t
Marginalia Snail
Margygr
Mari Lwyd
Maripill
Maroc
Marool
Marra Marra
Marruni
Marsayas
Mart
Martlet
Maru Sanniya
Masabakes
Masaki
Masakim
Masalai
Masan
Masani
Mashan
Mashe-Nomak
Mashernomak
Mashmahhu
Massacet
Massacooramaan
Mastinim
Mastopogon
Mat Chinoi
Matabiri
Matagaigai
Matamata
Matau
Mati-Anak
Matintaperera
Matiox
Matlazihua
Matlose
Maushop
Mavka
Mavky
Mawadi
Mawida
Mayura Khon Thun
Mazacame
Mazikeen
Mbielu
Mbilintu
Mboi Tui
Mbui
Mbulu
Mbwiri
Mebeddel
Mei
Mekumwasuck
Mekumwasuk
Melalo
Melchiresa
Melinoe
Melon Head
Melonhead
Melusine
Memegwesi
Memegwesi
Memuneh
Menehune
Menthu
Meshkenabec
Mesingw
Metee Kolen
Metk
Metminwi
Metsanhaltia
Metsik
Mhachkay
Mhuwe
Mialuka
Michabo
Miengu
Migas
Miitiipi
Mikonawa
Mikoshi
Mikumwess
Mikumwesu
Mil
Milalobo
Milamo
Mill Race Monster
Millalonco
Milos
Milzinas
Mimakwisiwuk
Mimis
Minata Karaia
Minceskre
Mingehe
Mingshe
Minhacao
Miniwatu
Minka
Minokawa
Miodchaoin
Miqqiayuuq
Mirreeular
Mirriuula
Misaabe
Mishen Imokinakog
Misiganabic
Misihibizhiw
Miskena
Mitla
Mizumi
Mjertovjec
Mlularuka
Mmoatia
Mngwa
Mo-yo
Moch
Modyrmi
Modzilnik
Moehau
Mogollon Monster
Mogwai
Moh Shuvuu
Mojanes
Moko Ika Hiku Waru
Moko Jumbie
Mokoi (Aus)
Mokoi (Poly)
Mokotiti
Mokumokuren
Moliondis
Moloi
Momo
Momonjii
Momotxorro
Monai
Monai
Monoceras
Montauke
Montuna
Moogie
Moon Eyed Folk
Moon Gazer
Moon-eyed People
Mopaditis
Moqwai
Moravia
Morete
Morgawr
Morholt
Moribund
Morko
Morkul Kua Luan
Morlawa
Mormo
Mormolicoe
Mornica
Moroi
Morozko
Moskitto
Motetz DamMoura
Mountain Woman
Mourioche
Mouros
Mourou Ngou
Mouryou
Mo’o
Mpfuvu
Mpisimbi
Mrart
Mrenh Konguel
Mucha Naga
Mucha Nu
Mucha Wan
Muchukunda
Muhkeahweesug
Muhnachwa
Muhnochwa
Muhuru
Muilearteach
Muirbrech
Muirdris
Muiriasc
Muirselche
Mujina
Mukai
Mukil-Res-Lemuuti
Mukwitch
Mula Retinta
Muldjewank
Mule
Mulilo
Mullo
Mulukwausi
Mumocz
Mumus
Mungkorn Sagunee
Mungkorn Vehoc
Mungoongalli
Munuane
Muqui
Muqui
Mura (Mist People)
Mura-Mura
Murcat
Murdhuachas
Muriyan
Muroi
Muroni
Murphysboro Mud Monster
Murraue
Murray
Murta Sanniya
Muscaliet
Musconetcong Mantis Man
Musgosu
Mushveli
Musimon
Mwanga
Mwere
Mwono
Mwono
Myertovets
Mylingar
Mylingir
Myndie
Myrmecoleon
Myrmidon
Na Fir Ghorma
Naaki
Naang Maai Paa
Nabeshima
Nabusama
Nachashiron
Nachtkrapp
Nachzehrer
Nacken
Nadubi
Naga Pahoda
Naga Sinniya
Nagar
Nagarara
Nagasjatingaron
Nagasjatingarong
Nagual
Nagumwasuk
Nahgane
Nain
Nain Rouge
Naitaka
Nak
Nakani
Nakaq
Nakki
Nakuset
Nalmuqtse
Naluk
Nalusa Falaya
Namahage
Namarrgon
Namazu
Namekujira
Namorrodo
Namtar
Nana Ayesha
Nandi Bear
Nang
Nang Nak
Nang Ng-uek
Nantena
Naree Pons
Nargun
Nari
Narrabeen Lake Elephant Man
Nasatyas
Nasnas
Nasu
Nasus
Nat
Natiiskeiiguten
Naualli
Naush
Nauthveli
Navagunjara
Navi
Nawao
Ndalawo
Ndamkenowet
Ndendeki
Ndogbojusui
Ndzoodzoo
Ne Hwas
Neades
Neak-Ta
Neamh-Mhairbh
Neamma-Parusha
Necheshethiron
Necurat
Neczk
Nefs
Negogunogumbar
Negret
Nehebkau
Nehebu Kau
Nekhbet
Nekomata
Nekrstenici
Nelapsi
Neme
Nemhain
Nependis
Neshimiron
Nesnas
Net-Net
Netto-Gurrk
Netun
Neugle
Neuntoter
Nevinbimbaau
Newanay
Nezumi
Ng-eye Sai
Ngani Vatu
Ngani-vatu
Ngarang
Ngariman
Ngayurnangalku
Ngen
Ngofariman
Ngoima
Ngojama
Ngoubou
Nguma Monene
Nguoi rung
Ngworekary
Nhang
Nian
Niao
Niaoshi
Nia’gowa
Nia’gwai’he’gowa
Nibanabas
Nibelungen
Nibiinaabe
Nickar
Nickneven
Nida
Nidadrisur
Nidhoggr
Nieh Erh Kuo Yan
Nieplekus
Nieprzestoj
Nifoloa
Nightingale
Nihniknoovi
Nih’ancan
Nikommo
Nimerigar
Ningaui
Ningen
Ninki Nanka
Ninnghizhidda
Ninya
Nir Vyala
Nirgalli
Nirumbee
Nittaewo
Nittaewo
Nittaewo
Niu Tou
Niumiwang
Nivashi
Nixen
Njenge
Nobiagari
Nobusama
Nobusuma
Nocnitsa
Nodeppo
Nohoch Ceh
Nok Hussadee
Nok Insee
Nok Tuntima
Nokke
Nokondisi
Nokosma
Nommo
Nong Pu
Nopperabo
Nora
Nosoi
Nozuchi
Nr Simha
Nsanga
Ntyarlke
Nuberu
Nujaitun
Nukekubi
Nukluk
Numakulla
Numhyalikyu
Numuzo’ho
Nunda
Nung-Guama
Nunnehi
Nuppeppo
Nurarihyon
Nureonna
Nuribotoke
Nurikabe
Nut Tokebi
Nutshnyk
Nvyunuwi
Nyah-Gwaheh
Nyai Loro Kidul
Nyam Nyam
Nyamatsane
Nyami Nyami
Nyaminyami
Nyan
Nyarvirazi
Nyavaja
Nycar
Nyol
Nzefu Loi
O Goncho
Oannes
Obambo
Obariyon
Obayifo
Oboroten’
Obour
Ochukullkos
Ocu
Odiosus
Odontotyrannus
Odz Manouk
Oeh (Wendigo)
Ofuguggi
Ogbanje
Ogoljen
Ogopogo
Oh-Mah
Ohaguro
Ohdawa
Ohyn
Ohyns
Oiayome
Oigakari
Ojancnao
Okee
Oketsu
Okuri Inu
Ole Higue
Oleu
Olitiau
Omar
Omukade
Onbu-Obake
Onditachiae
Ong Ba Bi
Oniare
Oniate
Onibaba
Onikuma
Onmorakui
Onnoint
Onoskelis
Onza
Oochandi
Ooser
Opachina
Oper
Ophiotaur
Opi
Opinicus
Opken
Opletay
Orang Bati
Orang Minyak
Orang Pendek
Orange Eyes
Oread
Orehu
Orek
Orgoli
Orobon
Orusula
Oseichu
Oshadagea
Oshumaire
Osschaert
Otgiruru
Otmat
Otneyarheh
Otohime
Otoroshi
Otso
Ou-wu
Oude Roge Oden
Ovda
Ovengua
Ovengwa
Ovinnik
Owenga
Owinun
Owlman
Oyaleroweck
Oyasi
Ozark Howler
Pa-Snu-Ta
Paakwinat
Pabilsag
Pacicencia Unipod
Pacu Pati
Padfoot
Paha
Paigoels
Paija
Pairaka
Paissa
Paiyuk
Paklenjak
Pal Rai Yuk
Palasekan
Palesmurt
Palis
Palulukon
Pamarindo
Pamba
Panaspati
Panchajana
Pangkarlangu
Pani
Panorn Maruek
Panotti
Pao Xiao
Papinijuwari
Para
Paralusz
Parandrus
Parata
Pard
Parl
Parlangua
Partridge Creek Monster
Pascagoula Monster
Patasola
Patupairehe
Payak Wane Tai
Payatami
Peallaidh
Pedare
Peg Powler
Peiste
Pelesit
Pemburu
Penunggu
Penyardin
Pere Fouettard
Perelesnyk
Perelsnyk
Peremalfait
Peryton
Pesanta
Pesta
Pester
Petepnik
Peteu
Pethakhuweyok
Petizo
Petsuchos
Peuchen
Peymakilir
Phalmant
Pheng
Phi
Phi Krasue
Phi Song Nang
Phi Tai
Philosmon
Phooka
Phynnodderee
Pi Hsi
Pi Nereske
Piamupits
Piasa
Piatek
Pihuechenyi
Pijavica
Pikuwa
Pilou
Pinari
Pinatubo
Piranu
Pisacas
Pisatji
Pishacha
Pishtaco
Pisuhand
Pita Sanniya
Pitaras
Pitkis
Pitua
Pixiu
Pla Kwai
Pla Seua
Planetnik
Plankta
Plat Eye
Platnik
Poaxiao
Pocong
Pocono Wildman
Poh
Polevik
Polik Mana
Pollo Maligno
Polong
Poludnica
Polunocnica
Pombero
Pomola
Ponaturi
Pongo
Ponik
Pontarf
Pontianak
Porcelnik
Porcus
Poreskoro
Poreskoro
Portunes
Pot-Tilter
Potkoorok
Pouaki
Praestigiatores
Pret
Preta
Priccolitsch
Pricolic
Priculics
Prigirstitis
Prion
Procolici
Procrustes
Przegrzecha
Pscipolnista
Pskegdemus
Psoglav
Psonen
Psotnik
Pu Ort
Pua Tu Tahi
Pugot
Puk
Pukau
Pukis
Pukjinskwes
Pukwudgie
Pump House Beach Predator
Pumpapmicuc
Punga
Pungalunga
Putah Rangas
Puting Anak
Puttikan
Pwcca
Pyinsa Rupa
Pyong
Pyrassoupi
Pyrausta
Qallupallik
Qamulek
Qandisa
Qanekelak
Qareen
Qarin
Qaxdascidi
Qinyuan
Qiongqi
Qiqirn
Qishemn
Qissaruatsiaq
Qitou
Qqaaxhadajaat
Quailertetang
Quankus
Quanlier
Quaxates
Quikinnaqu
Quinametzin
Quinkan
Qutrub
Qvernknurre
Qvsernknurre
Rabinu
Rabisu
Racumon
Raganas
Raghoshi
Raginal
Rahab
Rahu
Rai Na'in
Raicho
Raiju
Rako
Raksas
Raktavija
Ralaratri
Ramanga
Ramidreju
Rangda
Ranges
Ranyi
Rapganmea
Rapganmekhab
Rarog
Rasetsu
Ratatosk
Rattle Jaguar
Raudkembingur
Raven Mocker
Rawa Tukump
Rawgum
Rawhead
Re'em
Redjal El Marja
Reksoso
Rephaim
Repu
Rettai Kannan
Rhitta Gawr
Ri
Ribut
Rigi
Riisi
Rimu
Rishis
Riverside It
Rizos
Rock Swallow
Rocots
Rolang
Rom
Rompo
Romsiwamnari
Ronga
Rongeur D’os
Rongokako
Ronongwaca
Roshwalr
Rosmarine
Rosmarus
Rottnest Monster
Rougarou
Roulimin
Row
Rowley Regis Fairy
Ruahine Mata Maori
Ruamano
Rubberado
Rubezahl
Rugaru (Wendigo)
Rumtifusel
Run Kuguza
Runan Shah
Rupi Zhi Yu
Ruruhi-kerepo
Ruuruhi Kerepoo
Ruvaush
RuwachSheqer
Sa Gempar
Sa Gertak
Sa Gunchang
Sa Halilintar
Sa Lakun Darah
Sa Rukup
Sa Tumbok
Sa Yin
Sa-bDag
Saalua
Sabawaelnu
Sabgarifya
Sacamantecas
Sacdijol
Sacha Cuca Waira
Saci Perere
Saeneyti
Safat
Sagari
Sagoon Hayra
Sahab
Sahirim
Sak
Sakai
Sakini
Sakkan
Sala Fruit
Salawa
Salt Lake Pterosaur
Samana
Samat
Samebito
Samjokgu
Samm-abras
Samodiva
Samovily
Sampiro
Samvarta
San Shou Kuo Yan
San Zugi
Sand Squink
Sandwalker
Sang Gadin
Sang Gala Raja
Sangmun
Sangoi
Sanguisuga
Sankchinnis
Sannaja
Santelmo
Santer
Santouren
Santu Sankai
Sapo Fuerzo
Sarangay
Sari Kedi
Sarikin Bakka
Sarkany
Sarmaree
Sarronco
Sassabonsum
Sathariel
Satori
Saumen Kar
Saxra
Saybrook Blockhead
Sazae Oni
Scarbo
Sceadugenga
Schechiron
Schedim
Schelch
Scheznyk
Schiechpercht
Schrattl
Schwarze Mann
Sciritae
Scitalis
Scoghaigh
Scolopendra
Sealah
Sebettu
Segban
Seikatha
Seilenoi
Seitaad
Selamodir
Seljordsorm
Selu
Senan’s Monster
Sepid
Seps
Serou
Serpopard
Serra
Servan
Sessho-seki
Setan Gundul
Sevienda
Sghulghu Quuna
Sha
Shabriri
Shabti
Shachihoko
Shadhavar
Shagimaw
Shah Mar
Shahapet
Shahbaz
Shamir
Shampe
Shan Kiao
Shan Sao
Shang Yung
Shanhu
Sharabha
Sharale
Sharameya
Shawnahoog
Shedim
Shedu
Sheepsquatch
Sheeree
Shelhabiron
Shellycoat
Shen
Shenmunin
Shetani
Sheti
Shikigami
Shikk
Shilikun
Shins
Shiqq
Shishiga
Shiyu
Shobolon
Shojo
Shokera
Sholmos
Shony
Shoopiltie
Shtabai
Shtriga
Shug Monkey
Shuhu
Shurala
Shuten-Doji
Shuyu
Shvod
Si
Sianach
Sicksa
Siddim
Sidi Hamou
Siela
Sierpa (Rattlesnaked Creature)
Sigbin
Siguanaba
Sikuliasuituq
Silah
Silali
Sile Na Gig
Silo I Silo
Silwane Manzi
Sin You
Sinaa
Sinad
Singa
Singha Khak Kar
Singha Panorn
Sinhika
Sint-Holo
Sinta Pakunchorn
Sinta Panattee
Sio Humis
Siranis
Sir’ing
Sisemite
Sisimite
Sisisutl
Sisupala
Siyokoy
Si’Lo
Si’lat
Sjotroll
Skadegamutc
Skahnowa
Skatene
Skeljaskaimsli
Skeljungur
Skitini
Skoffin
Skogsfru
Skookum
Skovtroll
Skree
Skriker
Skrimsl
Skrzak
Skuggabaldur
Skunk Ape
Slesma Sanniya
Sliver Cat
Sluagh
Smatk
Smay’il
Smethwick Devil
Smok Wawelski
Smolenkos
Snallygaster
Snanaik
Snawfus
Sne-Nah
Snee Nee Iq
Snoligoster
Snow Wasset
Solovei Rakhmatich
Song Si
Songkei
Sopedu
Sore-Gus
Sorin
Sothis
Soucouyant
Sovann Macha
So’Yoko
Spartoi
Splinter Cat
Spokvatten
Squannit
Squarefoot
Squonk
Srat
Srayuda
Srei Ap
Srevara
Sri
Sri (Tibetan Ghoul)
Sriz
Stallo
Ste-Ye-Hah
Steetathl
Stella
Steller’s Sea Ape
Stenwyken
Stick Indian
Stihii
Stokkull
Storsjoodjuret
Strakh
Strand Varsel
Strand-Varsel
Strasilo
Stray Sod
Strendu
Strendu
Strigoi
Strix
Stryx
Stryzga
Stuhac
Stvkwvnaya
Stymphalides
Suanya
Succarath
Suea Peek
Sugaar
Sughmaire
Suiko
Suileach
Sulak
Sumarang
Sumpall
Sundal Bolong
Sundel Bolong
Suparna
Surem
Surma
Sus Lika
Susulu
Suyolak
Sverdhvalur
Svircolac
Swamfisk
Swamp Auger
Swan Valley Monster
Swedish Jelly Monster
Sz
Szargan
Szlic
Szwernot
Tabib al-Bahr
Tagararim
Tages
Tah-Tah-Kie’-Ah
Tahamaling
Taifeng
Taiki
Tailypo
Takanyudo
Takaonna
Takitaro
Tako Nyudo
Takshaka
Talamaur
Talasam
Tama O Hoi
Tamaniu
Tamboree
Tammatuyuq
Tangaroa
Tangata
Tanggal
Tangie
Taniniver
Taniwha
Tannin
Tano Giant
Taotao Mona
Taotaomona
Taotie
Taowu
Tapire Iaoara
Tapogoz
Taqriaqsuit
Tarakiki
Tarandrus
Taranushi
Tarawhata Hound
Tarb Uisge
Tariaqsuq
Tarrotarro
Tartalo
Tartaruchi
Tartaruchus
Tarunga
Tatakini
Tatane
Tatanka
Tatty Bogle
Taumafiskur
Tavogivogi
Tawiskaro
Taxim
Tcaridyi
Tcatcoc
Tcetin
Tcipitckaam
Tculo
Te Ihi
Te Kahu Tipua
Te Karara Huarau
Te Pouakai
Te Tuna
Te'ei
Tecumbalam
Teehooltsoodi
Tege
Tege
Tehiihan
Tel-ima
Telkhines
Tenatco
Tenatz
Tenjo Kudari
Tenome
Tentatores
Tepeyollotl
Terrashot
Tesso
Teugghia
Teumessian Fox
Teyu Yagua
Thabet Tase
Thagirion
Thags Yang
Thamekwis
Thamiel
Thanacth
Thardid Jimbo
Thaumiel
Thay Tase
Thaye Tase
Thaye Tasei
Thelgeth
Theow
Thep Ninna Norn
Thep Norarsi
Thetis Lake Monster
Thinan-malkia
Third Eye Man
Thorbagge
Thoth
Thriae
Thuban
Thundel
Thunder Horse
Thunenhyarhen
Thuong Luong
Thursir
Th’Uban
Ti Chiang
Tiang Maleh Rupa
Tianma
Tibicena
Tiddalik
Tie-Snake
Tien Kou
Tietholsodi
Tigbanua
Tigre Capiango
Tik Tik
Tikbalang
Tikoloshe
Timara Quinkan
Timor Weredog
Timpanita
Tin Tin
Ting Ling Kuo Yan
Tinggi
Tingoi
Tinihowi
Tinmiukpuk
Tinna Sriha
Tioman
Tipua
Tira Maka
Tirisuk
Tisikh Puk
Titihal
Tiuh Tiuh
Tiyanak
Tizheruk
Tjilpa
Tlaciques
Tlahuelpuchi
Tlaltecuhtli
Tlanusi
Tlanuwa
Tlasolotl
Tlenamaw
Tlotli
To (Hammapan Lion)
To Kas
Todomeki
Toenayar
Tokandia
Toke-Mussi
Tomokazuki
Tomotin
Tompandrano
Tomtar
Tomtin
Tonga-Hiti
Tongbop
Tonop
Tonton Macoute
Tonx
Too Jou Shen
Topielec
Torbalan
Torc Triath
Tore
Tork
Tornait
Torngarsoak
Tornit
Tornit
Tosetax
Totetsu
Totoima
Totsozi
Toubyou
Tragopan
Traicousse
Tras
Trauco
Trechenn
Trelquehuecuve
Trenti
Triccolitch
Tripodero
Tripurasura
Troian
Trolual
Tron
Trunko
Trzasewid
Tsadjatko
Tsamekes
Tsan
Tsavoojok
Tsecabe
Tsedaxoziltali
Tsemaus
Tsenagahi
Tsenahale
Tsenaxesai
Tse’cabe
Tshenkutshen
Tsi Sgili
Tsi-noo
Tsiatko
Tsiskagili
Tsopo
Tso’apittse
Tsuchigumo
Tsuchinoko
Tsul Kalu
Tsutsuga Mushi
Ts’Um A-Ks
Ts’el’eni (Bush Indian)
Tu
Tue Tue
Tugarin
Tuhrangi
Tui Delai Gau
Tuila
Tukap
Tukonee
Tule
Tulou
Tulpa
Tumu Ra’i Fuena
Tumuiteartoka
Tunche
Tunchis
Tunda
Tuniq
Tunituaraq
Tunnituaqruk
Tunrida
Tuo Wei
Tuofei
Tupan
Tupapau
Tupilaq
Turehu
Turon
Turong
Turramulli
Turul
Tutara Kauika
Tutumaiao
Tuurnngaq
Tuyewera
Tyerkow
Tygrus
Tympaniaosis
Tzelladimiron
Tzeltal
Tzephariron
Tzipori
Tzitzmime
T’an Mo
T’oylona
Uahti
Uber
Ubir
Ubour
Ubume
Ucumar
Udug
Uellerken
Ugallu
Ugjuknarpak
Ugrasura
Uhepono
Uilbheist
Ukobach
Uktena
Ukwania
Ulama
Uldru
Ullikummi
Ultores Scelorum
Uma Na Iru
Umamlambo
Umibozu
Uminyobou
Umizato
Umu Darbrutu
Unagi Hime
Unholde
Unkcegila
Unthlatu
Upier
Upierczi
Upioras
Upsornpaksee
Upyr
Uraeus
Urayuli
Urayuli
Urdarkottur
Ureia
Urisk
Urkuyaya
Uruku
Urus
Usilosimapundu
Ussadorn Vihok
Ustrel
Usumgallu
Ut
Uthikoloshe
Utlunta
Utrop
Utuchekelu
Utukku
Utuq
Uwabami
Uwabami
Uylak
Va-Kul
Vadataja
Vadi Sanniya
Vaettrar
Vahana
Valknjoggr
Valravn
Van Meter Vistor
Vanadevatas
Vanapagan
Vanara
Vanegumphu
Varcolac
Vardogr
Varginha Monster
Vasa Iniquitatis
Vasilisk
Vata Sanniya
Vatnagedda
Ved
Vedmak
Veles
Veli
Velnias
Venezuelan Littlefoot
Veo
Vepir
Veshtitza
Vetala
Vetehinen
Veytha
Vibria
Vidyadharas
Vidyesvaras
Viechtitsa
Viesczy
Vikhor
Vila
Vilkacis
Virabhadra
Viradha
Virika
Virvatuli
Vis
Vishap
Vishaps
Vishkanya
Vitava Sprite
Vittora
Vittra
Viy
Vjesci
Vjeshitza
Vlkodlak
Vodnik
Vodovyj Opyr
Vodyanitsa
Vodyanoi
Voladora
Volga Giant
Volkalak
Vorys Mort
Vough
Vpir
Vrikodara
Vritra
Vrkolak
Vroucalaca
Vseslav
Vu Kutis
Vu Murt
Vu Nuna
Vu Vozo
Vucari
Vucub Caquix
Vulpangue
Vuokho
Vytianka
Wa-tha-gun-darl
Wa-won-dee-a-megw
Waa (Crow)
Wabash River Tripod
Wadjet
Waheela
Wahini Hal
Wahteeta
Waira
Wairua
Waitoreke
Wakandagi
Wakane
Wakinyan
Wakonyingo
Wala
Waldgeist
Walek
Walichu
Walutahanga
Wambeen
Wampus Cat
Wamu
Wanagemeswak
Wandijan
Wandil
Wang Liang
Wangliang Goblin
Wani
Waniguchi
Wannein Nat
Wanshu
Wapaloosie
Wapaq
Waree Kunchorn
Wargar
Warracabba
Was
Wasgo
Water Leaper
Water Monkey
Waterbobbejan
Waterlord
Wati Nyiru
Wati kutjara
Wattun Goori
Waukheon
Wawkalak
Wayang
Waziya
Wechuge
Wedon
Weewillmekq
Weewilmeko
Wekufe
Wemategunis
Wen-gosi-yana
Wengosiyana
Wentshukumishiteu
Wenyaoyu
West Virginia Vegetable Man
Wewe Gombel
Whanau Moana
Whimpus
Whintosser
White Monkey
Wichtlein
Wieszczy
Wight
Wihwin
Wikatcha
Wiklatmu’j
Wili
Wilughoyuk
Win
Winalagilis
Winambuu
Windyo
Wingwak
Winkul
Winti
Wirwir
Wishpooshi
Witiko
Witte Lever
Witte Wieven
Wiwilemek
Wokulo
Wolfe Woods Phantom
Wondjina
Wood Man (Ahtna, Koyukon)
Wowie
Wuchowsen
Wuhnana Toad
Wulgaru
Wulou
Wulver
Wume
Wurdalak
Wurwolaka
Xakaz Asdza
Xan
Xecotcovach
Xelhua
Xexeu
Xhuuya
Xi
Xi Xie Gui
Xianfu Zhi Yu
Xiangshe
Xianyang
Xiao
Xiezhi
Xilob
Xing Tian
Xing Xing
Xixi Zhi Yu
Xoc Detsahi
Xolotl
Xoxon
Xtabay
Xuan Wu
Xuangui
Xudeie
Ya
Ya Te Veo
Ya-O-Gah
Yaccy-Ma
Yacumama
Yacuruna
Yagansha
Yagim
Yaguarogui
Yagyou
Yahui
Yahyahaas
Yaka
Yakiri
Yaksas
Yaksha
Yakwawiak
Yale
Yali
Yama Enda
Yama Onna
Yama Otoko
Yama Uba
Yamabiko
Yamajijii
Yamantaka
Yamawara
Yamo
Yan-Gant-Y-Tan
Yanagi Baba
Yang Jing
Yanhuomin
Yannig
Yaoguai
Yaquaru
Yara-Ma-Yha-Who
Yarbogha
Yarru
Yasha
Yast Melkhii
Yastay Llama
Yata Garasu
Yatu
Yatudhana
Yauhau
Yawk Yawk
Yayu
Yeahoh
Yehasuri
Yei Centipede
Yeitso
Yeitso Ibahi
Yek
Yenrishi
Yeren
Yerer Ha-Ra
Yerro
Yeth Hound
Yetl
Yibimin
Yimumin
Ying Shao
Yingmin
Yingru
Yirogue
Yiyu
Yi’ Dyi’ Tay
Yofune Nushi
Yomotsu Shikome
Yosuzume
Youdic Hound
Youyan
Yoyova
Ypotamis
Ypotryll
Ysatters-Kajsa
Yu
Yu Ling
Yu Min Kuo Yan
Yu Niao
Yuan
Yuanat
Yukinko
Yulu Yulara
Yumboe
Yumilekax
Yumin
Yunwi Tsunsdi
Yurlungur
Yurugu
Yurupari
Yuxa
Zabraq
Zagaoua
Zagwi
Zaiyamuinob
Zalambur
Zamba Zaraa
Zamzummim
Zanfretta Beast
Zantegaba
Zaoyu
Zar
Zashiki Warashi
Zburator
Zelos
Zemlemer
Zemu
Zheng
Zhenniao
Zhi
Zhu
Zhubieyu
Zhuhuai
Zhujian
Zhulong
Ziburinis
Zilant
Zimwi
Zipacna
Ziphius
Zirnitra
Zishu
Zitiron
Zlatorog
Zmaj Ognjeni Vuk
Zmajeviti
Zmeu
Zmey
Zocerka
Zogbanu
Zomok
Zouwu
Zsakos Ember
Zuttibur
Zuzeca
Zuzi
Zyphoeus
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Every time I see Big Bird on your list I LOL. Then I look for Snuffleupagus. What about Fraggles?

Do people actually call the newspapers and claim they saw, "Big Bird"? :)

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