Mythological Beings

Big Foot

Big Foot, also known as Sasquatch, Yeti, Sassi and sometimes, simply, the Big Guy, is a large ape-like creature that roams the forests of the Pacific Northwest.


The brother of Pegasus born out of the neck of Medusa, Chrysaor is sometimes depicted as a young man but is also depicted as a winged boar.


Fairies, fey, fay, fae etc. are a type of mythical or spiritual being. The word fairy derives from old English, via old French and the late Latin word fata.


Gnomes are mythological creatures similar to fairies, goblins and elves. They are typically described as small humanoid creatures that live underground.


Goblins are small mythological beings with mischievous or even evil intentions. They have roughly humanoid features but are usually depicted as small creatures.


A mermaid is a mythological half-woman/half-fish being. Inevitably the upper half of the body is a woman and the lower the tail of a fish.


Pegasus is a winged-horse-like mythological beast. Its origins can be traced to Greek mythology. Originally the term referred to a specific single winged-horse.


Unicorns are a class of mythological beast found in European folklore. Usually depicted as a white horse with a single horn spiraling from its forehead.