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|Origins||Brazilian mythology, legend and folklore.|
|Appearance||Feminine flying flaming werewolf, flaming women head or fire sphere|
The Cumacanga is a creature with origins in Brazilian mythology, legend and folklore. They are the seventh daughter of a women or a priest, or daughter of a priest and a whore, they transform into a Cumacanga during Friday at midnight, leaving their bodies as a flying flame head and terrorizing cities and citizen.
It is sometimes described as a flaming werewolf head or women head, or simply a fire ball.
Obviously it has control over fire.