The gentle and benevolent Qilin of Chinese mythology The qilin (Chinese: 麒麟; pinyin: qílín) is a mythical hooved chimerical creature known in Chinese and other East Asian cultures, said to appear with.
Alphyn - Rarely depicted in medieval British heraldic artwork, these strange hybrid creatures are thought to be flightless relatives of griffins, and resemble feathered wolves with long tails and curling tongues. They are sometimes said to represent judges and juries in the lore surrounding their use as heraldic symbols, though it is unknown where this idea comes from.
Taotie - These constructs were created by an ancient, entirely magic-based civilization to use in gladiatorial combat. Nowadays, these monsters stalk the ancient dungeons in which they were first situated.