Kraken greek mythology

Nordic folklore me\DL > Jones in #thecamp "don't go in the water"

Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures (Also I love how the troll picture is from Trollhunter)

Cetus / Kraken Greek Mythology Drawing a Day Challenge Drawing by Laura DP / Pict Ink

40 Drawings in 40 Days – #27 – Cetus

40 Drawings in 40 Days – – Cetus

2,122 Likes, 36 Comments - Mistertroshin (@mistertroshin) on Instagram: “Another side of this project, and i still love doing this piece, every time it's a little bit…”

2,122 Likes, 36 Comments - Mistertroshin (@mistertroshin) on Instagram: “Another side of this project, and i still love doing this piece, every time it's a little bit…”

Poseidon VS The Kraken by Isabelle Vannucci - True Colour Tattoo Paisley Scotland

Poseidon VS The Kraken by Isabelle Vannucci - True Colour Tattoo Paisley Scotland

Kraken- i chose this piece because it gives me an idea of doing something not done very often in boss fights. this is not having the fight on the same plane as the rest of the game. I also like the aspect of having a boss that waits and lays on ambush on the player to catch him offguard.

Kraken

A kraken is a humongous sea monster that attacks ships and sailors and gobbles them up. Luckily, the kraken is a mythological creature.

Cetus (KETOS) Ancient Corinthian vase depicting Perseus, Andromeda and Ketos. (Names are spelled in the archaic Corinthian variant of the Greek alphabet.)

Corinthian_Vase_depicting_Perseus,_Andromeda_and_Ketos.jpg Ancient Corinthian vase depicting Perseus, Andromeda and Ketos. (Names are spelled in the archaic Corinthian variant of the Greek alphabet.

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