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(Artwork by Kenya Marshall)
Ninki Nanka
Deadly
Swamp dwelling Dragon
Origins - Gambia
The Ninki Nanka is a legendary creatures, as very few have seen it its description often varies but it said to resemble a komodo dragon. According to tradition the creature lived in the swamps and is extremely dangerous. In folk-tales children who get too confident and disoey their parents order to play in the swamp will be taken by the Ninki Nanka. The story of this swamp dragon has spread from tribe to tribe all over Africa.

(Artwork by Kenya Marshall)

Ninki Nanka

Deadly

Swamp dwelling Dragon

Origins - Gambia

The Ninki Nanka is a legendary creatures, as very few have seen it its description often varies but it said to resemble a komodo dragon. According to tradition the creature lived in the swamps and is extremely dangerous. In folk-tales children who get too confident and disoey their parents order to play in the swamp will be taken by the Ninki Nanka. The story of this swamp dragon has spread from tribe to tribe all over Africa.

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Abada
Forest Dweller
Neutral
Origins - Congo
Abada is a two horned creature similar to a unicorn. It has two crooked horns that can act as an antidote to poison. It has been described a small donkey with the tail of a boar. It has also been describe as an Okapi or antelope. It also goes by the name Nillekma or Arase and it is said to be a native to Kurdufan a former province of Sudan. Abada have often been rumored to breathe fire and ice. Very few have seen this creature as it is very shy.

 

Abada

Forest Dweller

Neutral

Origins - Congo

Abada is a two horned creature similar to a unicorn. It has two crooked horns that can act as an antidote to poison. It has been described a small donkey with the tail of a boar. It has also been describe as an Okapi or antelope. It also goes by the name Nillekma or Arase and it is said to be a native to Kurdufan a former province of Sudan. Abada have often been rumored to breathe fire and ice. Very few have seen this creature as it is very shy.