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  • Zeitwolf

    8 11.43%
  • Lehmann

    8 11.43%
  • DPFX

    2 2.86%
  • Chaoz

    1 1.43%
  • Lloydnewman

    1 1.43%
  • ryansumo

    2 2.86%
  • Stjh

    0 0%
  • -D_art-

    26 37.14%
  • J-Sun

    12 17.14%
  • Dr. DK Danmage

    5 7.14%
  • BigBreakfast

    5 7.14%
  • Cericke

    0 0%
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    C.O.W. #239. The Bakemono that Haunt the Mountains - VOTING!

    C.O.W. #239 THE BAKEMONO THAT HAUNT THE MOUNTAINS_Voting!

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    ROUND #239 VOTING

    Topic: The Bakemono that Haunt the Mountains

    Round Requirements (read BEFORE voting!):
    - The creature must inhabit a mountainous region

    - The creature should show influence from Japanese folklore or traditional Japanese art in some way

    - The creature must be capable of transforming into an existing animal

    - The creature should be visible evil or mischievous in some way


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    Artist: Zeitwolf

    Concept: 驚きの大山椒魚
    The Giant Salamander that Startles (驚きの大山椒魚) is a youkai from the japanese Hokkaido Mountains. It is the protector of mountain rivers, surprising unsuspection fishing men, trying to scare them away. The Salamander-Youkai is generally a rather relaxed monster, but if humans appear not to be startled and scared it can become violent. However, it can not leave the river, much like the harmless salamander they turn into does not usually go ashore.

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    Artist: Lehmann

    Concept: Red Face

    SORRY FOR MY BAD ENGLISH.

    Red face is an yokai who lives in snowy mountains. It acts protecting creatures that are hunted by humans. To protect them he turns into a monkey and lure hunters, running through the snow. While in monkey form the yokai is vulnerable to human weapons, so it is common to find him injured. The monkey form is also used to attract hunters deep into the mountain, disappearing in the snow.

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    Artist: DPFX

    Concept: Hound of Lies
    Always hungry. Always scheming.

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    Artist: Chaoz(ps. I signed it as agitOmega)

    Concept: Midori Tora
    In the mountains of Japan lives the Midori Tora. It is a species of Japanese "obake"(shapeshifters) that can transform in between a tiger and a lizard. It changes to a lizard to camoflauge it self in the forest, and changes into a tiger to strike its meal. Its favorite food are adolescent and adult women.

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    Artist: Lloydnewman

    Concept: Lost in the mist
    These small demons live in the mountains and take the animal form of a mountain hare. They are known to live in groups and generally mind their own business. However, they emit a ghostly mist shrouding the mountain which causes weary travelers to lose there way.

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    Artist: ryansumo

    Concept: mengu-bake


    On the site of a pitched battle between rival samurai clans, pieces of armor were scattered and left to rot among the mountains. A hundred years later, villagers started noticing strange looking snow monkeys that for all intents and purposes looked normal, until they realized that their faces were indeed samurai masks that had come to life, and taken on the shape of monkeys in order to better get around.

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    Artist: Stjh

    Concept: 顔のない羊 (faceless sheep)
    the flesh around it's face is so thick and heavy that it makes it seem as if this bakemono has no face. it hides among flocks of sheep and is able to seep pus out of it's body to form other creatures to lure them closer.

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    Artist: D_art

    Concept: Buraindo Akuma

    The spirit was originally a merchant who was assaulted and killed by a band of robbers. The roobers took his eyes before executing him and now the merchant's spirit has taken the form of a goat which haunts the mountains taking the eyes of travelers he encounters.

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    Artist: J-Sun

    Concept: Uen Neko
    The Uen Neko are devious creatures who often masquerade as stray cats living on the outskirts of mountain villages.
    Those who stumble across these cats may consider the meeting a sign of good luck... but the encounter will almost always end very very badly.

    C.O.W. #239. The Bakemono that Haunt the Mountains - VOTING!

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    Artist: Dr. DK Danmage

    Concept: The Hotaka Monster
    According to the legend of the Hotaka Monster, a demonic African lion with the ability to shapeshift into whatever being it consumes traveled across Asia and settled in Japan's Hotaka Mountains. This creature is most often described as a bloodthirsty yak lion hybrid. It often uses it's white hair, which it got from eating old wise men, to blend into the snowy mountains and keep itself warm. There have been many gruesome deaths around the mountain range that go unsolved. There are many reported sightings, but no proof it exists.

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    Magpie bakemono

    [*B]Artist: [*COLOR=White]Big Breakfast[/COLOR]

    Concept: [*COLOR=White]Magpie Bakemono[/COLOR]
    [/B]This bakemono takes the form of a Magpie, twisting its body into a grotesque man-sized demon. It is fond of shiny treasures and eating the first born of shepherds and villagers in the mountains.

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    Gōsutofukurou

    Concept: Gōsutofukurou
    The Gōsutofukurou is a yokai that seeks out and consumes the ghosts of small animals as well as small spirits. They tend to be solitary, and only come out at dusk. They can shapeshift into ruddily colored owls, but will not make noise.

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