Saehrimnir. The wild boar that is killed and eaten every night by the gods and einherjar in Norse mythology. Slaughtered and prepared by Andhrimnir, the cook of the gods. Each day after Saehrimnir is eaten he comes back to life and so he can be killed and eaten again.
Babi Ngepet: Indonesia and is, according to Javanese religion, a swine demon that looks like (what else) a wild pig. According to the local theological beliefs, the demon is associated with people who practice black magic with the goal of becoming filthy rich overnight. The price of this, however, is awfully high: they must give up their human form and allow the demon to transform them into a boar for a short time