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|Alternate Names/Spellings||Krabben, Sykraken|
|Origins||Norse Mythology, Legend and Folklore|
The Kraken is a creature with origins in Norse mythology, legend and folklore.
The kraken has been seen as a giant squid, to octopus, to a cuttlefish, but the Kraken is like any other cephalopod except for the head which more represents a finned grouper or other big fish, and teeth that are sharp than any sword, now the unlike normal cephalopods it's mouth is not where the tentacles connect, but like a normal head.
Dangerous creature, when awaken from it's eternal slumber, it will have to find food first, this creatures behavior has been known to be reckless
The Kraken's abilities are ancient and very strong, it can speak to it's own kind, The Kraken excretes a mucus that allows it to be unable to be caught, Its ink is black like the night and very toxic when consumed, and creates the best midnight spells