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|Alternate Names/Spellings||Abaahy, Abaaszi, Abasi, Abasy|
|Origins||Russian Mythology, Legend and Folklore|
|Species||Humanoid, Monstrous Humanoid (Infernal)|
|Appearance||Monstrous Cyclops composed at least partly of iron...|
The Abaasy is a creature with origins in Russian mythology, legend and folklore. In particular, it comes from the Mythology of the Sakha (also known as the Yakuts).
This monstrous cyclops has one torso, one arm, and one leg, and is composed at least partly of Iron.
Abaasy are spirits of the dead which dwell near graves or in deserted places. They often travel through cities to cause destruction.
The Abaasy is sometimes able to cause sexual manifestations and madness.
An Abaasy can be appeased using a blood sacrifice.