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Sep 20th, 2015
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  1. -Animals-
  2. Worm
  3.  
  4. Badger
  5.  
  6. Caracal
  7. Jaguar
  8. Panther
  9. Cheetah
  10.  
  11. Wolf
  12. Hound
  13. Hyena
  14.  
  15. Crow
  16. Blackbird
  17. Jackdaw
  18. Rook
  19.  
  20. Raptor
  21. Hawk
  22. Eagle
  23. Falcon
  24. Osprey
  25. Kestrel
  26. Merlin
  27.  
  28. Condor
  29. Vulture
  30. Buzzard
  31.  
  32. Thrasher
  33. Flycatcher
  34.  
  35. Rhea
  36. Moa
  37.  
  38. Cormorant
  39. Heron
  40. Bantam
  41. Drake
  42.  
  43. Gila
  44. Rattlesnake
  45.  
  46. Rorqual – various species of baleen whales that have grooves in the skin under the jaw
  47. Orca
  48.  
  49. Livestock - “Livestock are domestic animals raised for home use or for profit, whether it be for their meat or dairy products.”
  50. Long-limb roes
  51.  
  52. -Plants/Plant Products-
  53. Amarrian Wheat
  54. Spiced Wine
  55. Spirits - “Alcoholic beverages made by distilling a fermented mash of grains.”
  56. Tobacco
  57.  
  58. -Mythological Entities/Items-
  59. Anshar – Semitic (Akkadian) sky god-father of the gods
  60. Ares
  61. Ark
  62. Astarte – Greek name for the Semitic goddess Ishtar
  63. Basilisk
  64. Cerberus – Greek mythology, dog guarding the entrance to the underworld
  65. Charon – Greek, ferryman to the land of the dead
  66. Chimera – in Greek mythology, a fire-breathing creature composed of parts of a lion, a snake and a goat
  67. Deimos – Greek mythology, the terror emotion caused by war
  68. Eidolon – in Greek mythology, a ghost or phantom look-alike of the human form
  69. Enyo – Greek goddess of war and destruction
  70. Eos – Greek goddess of the dawn
  71. Eris - Greek goddess of chaos, strife and discord
  72. Fenrir – Norse, monster wolf
  73. Golem
  74. Griffin
  75. Harpy
  76. Hel – Norse goddess of Hell
  77. Helios – Greek titan of the Sun
  78. Huginn – Norse, one of Odin’s reporter ravens
  79. Ishkur - Sumerian god of the rain and thunderstorms of Spring
  80. Ishtar – Sumerian goddess of fertility, love, war, and sex
  81. Keres – Greek, female death spirits, daughters of Nyx
  82. Kitsune – Japanese fox/fox spirit
  83. Kronos
  84. Manticore – in Greek mythology, a creature with a lion’s body, human’s face with three rows of teeth, and a scorpion’s or dragon’s tail
  85. Moros - in Greek mythology, the personification of impending doom
  86. Muninn – Norse, the other raven
  87. Myrmidon – Achilles’s soldiers
  88. Naglfar – Norse, boat made from fingernails and toenails of the dead
  89. Nemesis – in Greek mythology, the spirit of divine retribution against those with hubris
  90. Nestor – Argonaut, old man Achaian in the Illiad
  91. Nidhoggur – in Norse mythology, the dragon that chews the roots of the World Tree
  92. Nyx – Greek, goddess of night
  93. Oneiros – Greek, black-winged daemons
  94. Paladin – Western European, companions for Roland
  95. Phantasm
  96. Phantom
  97. Phobos – Greek mythology, twin of Deimos
  98. Phoenix – Greek mythology
  99. Sleipnir – Odin’s eight-legged horse
  100. Specter
  101. Succubus – late Latin
  102. Svipul - a valkyrie
  103. Taranis – Celtic god of thunder
  104. Thanatos – Greek daimon personification of death
  105. Tristan – Celtic, an Arthurian knight
  106. Vargur – Norse mythology(?)
  107. Visitant
  108. Wraith
  109. Wyvern
  110.  
  111. -Latin language-
  112. Incursus – a running or dashing against
  113. Ferox – wild, bold, gallant
  114. Navitas – promptness, zeal
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