Features: Body of a man with the head and tail of a bull
Source: Greek Mythology
Habitat: Greek Island of Crete
The Minotaur had the body of a human with the head and tail of a bull.
Its hands were decorated with super long and sharp pointy nails.
Its head had enormous curved horns that could pierce through its victims’ bodies with supreme ease.
It fed on human sacrifices, charging and impaling them to the death prior to feasting.
Greek god Poseidon cursed Queen Pasiphae of Crete to become enamored with a bull. This union of this unnatural love gave birth to this unusual, frightening beast.
This odd and terrifying legendary creature was sentenced to live in an underground labyrinth designed by Daedalus and Icarus for King Minos.
It lived a life of complete solitude, feeding on humans that accidentally wondered into the dark passages of the enormous maze or that were sent in with hopes of completing a deadly quest of bravery.