Mythical Creatures (Undergoing Edits (But hey you should still read it))
Author: Soupcan Sam

Chapter 4
Adjule

                                        
**This creature reminded me right off of the novel Hound of the Baskervilles. Good book. Read it**

Creature: Adjule; Bush Dog

Attitude towards humans: Violent when provoked

Origin: North Africa

Habitats: Anywhere but bodies of water

Magical abilities: None **except that it's really, really scary**

Weaknesses: like many creatures of the dark it only comes out after the sun has gone down. Direct sunlight would weaken or perhaps kill it

Strengths: Incredibly strong jaws
               Ability to leap and run great distances
               Strikes fear into people's hearts

Appearance: A dark brown/black dog or wolf with yellowed teeth
                  Long tongue - covered in small barbs

Characteristics: Aggressive and violent, especially when hungry
                       Moves silently

Diet: Blood

Lifespan: Theoretically, phantoms can exist forever

**A popular look for this creature seems to be a skin-and-bones dog with its head and neck split down the middle, opening to reveal normal teeth and a few longer fangs. I'm not exactly sure how this works but it's an interesting idea**

 

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