EAST ASIAN MYTHOLOGY MEME: “ [4/9] CHINESE GODS AND GODDESSES | CHANG'E Chang'e or Chang-o [嫦娥] is the Chinese goddess of the Moon. Unlike many lunar deities in other cultures who personify the Moon,...
牛头 Niu Tou (Ox Head) used to be a human, but after being unfilial to his parents, he was recast as an Ox head demon after death. Along with Ma-Mian (Horse face) they are two fearsome guardians of the Underworld in Chinese mythology. They are the first people a dead soul meets upon arriving in the Underworld; In many stories they directly escort the newly dead to the Underworld
Chan (Aberration)(Large) – Stalking reefs and beach shores these enormous and gluttonous clam horrors lie waiting for prey to come to them. Their magical black pearls can create illusions of another creatures desires, luring the overjoyed victims right into their snapping maws. Captured victims are digested very slowly, and saving them from their living prison proves extremely hard as little materials can break a Chan shell. They sometimes work together with Shellycoat. (Chinese)
Dragon turtle- Chinese myth: a creature that combines two of the four celestial animals. It had the body of a turtle and a dragon head. it symbolized courage, determination, fertility, longevity, power, success, and support.