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- Main article: Nozuchi
A type of supernatural creature, resembling a headless, hammer-like snake. They attack humans by rolling, and can also climb uphill. They are sometimes identified with Kaya-no-hime. Nozuchi are counted among the 35 children of the Japanese deities Izangi and Izanami.
Nozuchi are also sometimes identified with the modern-day tsuchinoko.
- Main article: Naga
Snake gods of Indian mythology. They are usually depicted as human from the waist up and snake from the waist down. They are regarded as gods of the harvest, fertility, and reincarnation. Their venom can kill with one strike, and their bodies are immortal and can heal from any wound. Female Nagas are called nagini a(n)d are said to be both beautiful and clever.
The Nagas possess many of the world's finest jewels, which they use to illuminate the underground palaces in which they dwell. Because of their awesome defensive powers, statues of Nagas are often placed at the entrances of temples.
- Main article: Mizuchi
A snake god considered the lord of all freshwater creatures, the Mizuchi is thought to have originated from the Chinese Jiaolong.
A white pattern circles its neck, while its back is covered in blue blotches. Five colors of cotton-like strands of light decorate its sides, while its tail ends in a knot. A Mizuchi is said to take over and rule any lake containing 2,600 fish.
Its Chinese name signifies a race of dragons, while its Japanese name means "aquatic spiritual power". Although once a revered presence, since the advent of Buddhism it has come to be seen as a creature of evil.
- Main article: Raja Naga
A were-snake that appears in Hindu mythology. The Raja Naga is a member of the top echelon of Naga royalty. They are said to reside in India, Southwest Asia and even Japan.
They come in a variety of striking forms, from those whose top half is that of a snake to those who sport numerous cobra heads or even wings.
The name Naga means "cobra", and these beings are considered deities that embody the life force and unique appearance of these snakes.
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- Main article: Vritra
- Main article: Yamatano-Orochi
Yamata no Orochi or Orochi, translated as the Eight-Forked Serpent in English, is a legendary 8-headed and 8-tailed Japanese dragon that was slain by the Shinto storm-god Susanoo.
- Main article: Yurlungur
A snake with a rainbow body from Murngin lore. He is a fertility deity that controls the weather, and resides in a holy pond filled with rainbow-colored water.
In Australian Aboriginal mythology, the Yurlungur is a great copper snake that is said to bring the rains and thus incite the renewal of life. It is commonly known as the rainbow serpent because the water where it lives shines like a rainbow. It was believed that if colored light was seen inside a well (likely caused by light reflection) then the Yurlungur was within.
In one story of the Yurlungur, he was awoken from a deep sleep by the smell of one of the Wawalag sisters' menstrual blood. Aroused by the smell of the blood, Yurlungur swallowed the Wawalag sisters whole, however it was later forced to regurgitate them both. The act of the serpent regurgitating them is used in Aboriginal ceremonies to symbolize a boy entering manhood.
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|Neutral||Reaper • Holy • Beast • Fairy • Element • Fiend • Genma • Wilder • Snake • Night • Avatar|
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