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Mythical Creature Ideas

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1 Mythical Creature Ideas on Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:18 pm

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(Not an idea for the pack, but I think this would be the best place to put this. It involves ideas though!)

So I need you guys to find some good Native American Creatures for me. Good ones specifically if you can. I am having trouble finding ones that would be useful for our history, becasue most of the ones I find our humanoid or all birds. If you come across any good ones you think could be added to history you can post its name below and a breif description of it. I would be very thankful! ^^

2 Re: Mythical Creature Ideas on Thu Mar 14, 2013 11:43 am

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Deer Woman, sometimes known as Deer Lady, is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology, in and around Oklahoma, The Western United States and The Pacific Northwest. She allegedly appears at various times as an old woman, or a young beauitful maiden, or a deer. Some descriptions assign her a human female upper body and the lower body of a white-tailed deer.

Amala is a mythological giant who supports the world in the mythology of the Tsimshian, Nass, Skidegate, Kaigani, Massett, and Tlingit Native Americans. He supports the Earth which he balances on a spinning pole. He receives an annual application of wild duck-oil to his muscles from a servant which brings relief to his muscles. The belief is that when all the ducks are hunted out, there will no longer be any duck-oil available in the world. At this point, Amala dies and the world topples off the pole and comes to an end

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