Travel booking site Venere made a spirited attempt to display just some of the mythological monsters of the world on an infographic. My first impressions were all positive.
Eagle-eyed readers might spot problems beyond the spelling of “Colombia”, though. There’s always a chance that your favourite monster is missing. Some people have asked about Yeti or the Loch Ness monster. True… but are those rumours old enough to be considered mythology? Are they technically correct about the reported role of the Valkyrie? Where’s Egypt? In West Asia?
Bah. I’m happy to put all those queries aside and just enjoy the infographic for what it is – a handy summary. Or, if you’re an evil GM, this is a menu.
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This misses the Mothman. Can’t think of anything else atm. Oh and far as I know baba yaga is a witch that steals children and cooks them or something. Prob.made up by folks who live near the forest to scare their children so they don’t go into the woods by them selves.